Top Reasons to Stay at Sanctuary South Beach
- Sanctuary South Beach is a short cab ride from trendy shops, restaurants, and nightclubs along South Beach and just two blocks from the Atlantic Ocean.
- James Beard–nominated chef Douglas Rodriguez prepares goat-cheese-and-black-pepper empanadas, plantain-crusted mahi-mahi, and other Latin American dishes at onsite restaurant Ola.
- Catch some rays at the hotel’s rooftop pool, which is surrounded by lounge chairs and palm trees.
- You can book a hot-bamboo massage or slimming body wrap at the onsite spa.
- Luxurious one-bedroom suites feature kitchenettes with marble countertops, wall-mounted flat-screen TVs, and glass-enclosed showers with rainforest showerheads.
Miami Beach, Florida: White-Sand Beaches, Glamorous Nightlife, and Cuban Cuisine
Miami Beach is a small barrier island situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, a shallow lagoon that separates the beaches from downtown Miami. People from all over the world come here to enjoy the white-sand beaches, shop the high-end boutiques, and party at the legendary see-and-be-seen nightclubs the city is known for. The red-hot center of this sexy, international social scene is South Beach, a 20-block stretch filled with upscale lounges, rooftop bars, and ultrahip hangouts behind velvet ropes. Lummus Park beach is packed by mid-morning, and the clubs on Ocean Drive and Washington Avenue—many of which stay open until 5 a.m.—vie for the limelight with VIP service, celebrity DJs, and dressed-to-the-nines crowds.
Beyond the fast-paced luxury of South Beach lies Miami Beach’s softer side. A leisurely stroll through the Art Deco District reveals hundreds of beautiful, candy-colored buildings, including Versace Mansion—a 1930 manor modeled after a palace in the Dominican Republic that belonged to Christopher Columbus’s family.. The centerpiece of the city’s arts scene, the Bass Museum of Art displays works from Peter Paul Rubens and Sandro Botticelli, and modern-design objects and propaganda arts fill three stories at the Wolfsonian-FIU museum. There’s also a handful of vibrant ethnic enclaves to explore here, and Little Havana is among the most notable. The neighborhood is lined with family-owned restaurants and Caribbean-style marketplaces, making it a great place to discover some of the country’s most delicious Cuban food, from sugary guarapo juice to pastelitos, or Cuban pastries.
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