With a stay at Hotel Astor in Miami Beach (South Beach), you'll be minutes from The Wolfsonian Museum and Art Deco Welcome Center. This romantic hotel is within close proximity of Art Deco Welcome Center and Miami Beach Cinematheque.
Make yourself at home in one of the 42 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have hair dryers and bathrobes. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and wedding services.
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar and a garden view. You can also stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include business services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary at scheduled times.
Most people would feel spread thin if they were running orchestras on both sides of the country. But most people aren't Michael Tilson Thomas. One of America's most famous conductors, composers, and tuxedo-wearers, Tilson Thomas has remained the artistic director of the New World Symphony since he founded it in 1987, even after becoming musical director of the San Francisco Symphony in 1995. This is because the Miami-based orchestra feeds a need for Tilson Thomas: that of remaining at the forefront of symphonic trends, in a laboratory where top musical graduates can explore performance and compositional opportunities. But new works from students and professionals aren't the only thing on the New World Symphony's docket?every year, ticket-holders can expect a thrilling lineup of the classical masters who built the genre.
A family recipe of mussels, prawns, and potatoes stirred into a creamy bisque broth. Marinated octopus and squid flavored with a touch of coriander before joining sun-dried tomatoes, white beans, and artichokes. These upscale dishes could be considered entire feasts individually, but they're just appetizers served inside Pnp Beach Bar and Restaurant's chic dining room and on its sunny outdoor patio.
The core of the restaurant's Argentinian-inspired menu comprises nearly 30 varieties of crepes, which can be filled with ingredients such as roquefort cheese and german sausage. Furthering the restaurant’s proclivity toward flatbread dishes, a handful of gourmet, fire-grilled artisan pizzas offer creative toppings such as grilled seasonal veggies, black beans, and argentinian sausage. As a shout-out to more traditional Latin flavors, the menu also offers an assortment of baked, sweet, and fried argentinian empanadas that chefs can stuff with mozzarella or instructions for your next secret mission.
A lot of liquid flows through a lot of beer gardens in the world, but very few of them can say pour enough beer to fill an actual pool. O.k., so the bartenders at Lou’s haven’t actually tried to fill their beer garden’s pool with beer. Still, the dozen taps and 30 bottled varieties on hand run with the stuff, dispensing craft brews in enough varieties to make the prospect of jumping into the swimming hole seem a little more feasible.
Inside the kitchen, Lou himself boasts the titles of both owner and chef, and he spends just as much time crafting his farm-to-table menu as he does curating the beer collection. He pairs his beverages with delicious creations such as New Zealand lamb, seared and served in the same cast iron skillet along with a side of bourbon and mountain honey-roasted squash. Lou’s eccentric palate and staggering panoply of brews has even earned his bacchanalian pleasure dome a nod from Esquire Magazine, which calls it one of 2012's Best Bars in America.
The rowdy atmosphere isn't the only thing that makes Mokai Nightclub feel like a carnival. The entire design of the space evokes the dazzle and awe of a circus, from the LED-lit big top above the bar to the fluorescent carousel horses sprinkled throughout. But this circus is decidedly not for families. Patrons come to sip on colorful cocktails while adult features play on giant screens. The organized chaos is enhanced with a DJ booth pumping out hip hop, rock, and house music. Poles on raised platforms in the crowd host dancers, and 18 VIP seating areas provide table service while patrons take in the sights. The place has been known to attract celebrities: Cameron Diaz, Tom Cruise, and Lenny Kravitz have all made appearances.