With a stay at Cadet Hotel in Miami Beach (South Beach), you'll be minutes from New World Symphony Park and The Fillmore Miami. This romantic hotel is within close proximity of New World Symphony Campus and New World Center.
Make yourself at home in one of the 34 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Cadet Hotel. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include limo/town car service, business services, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Parking (subject to charges) is conveniently located nearby.
Situated inside the lauded Lords South Beach Hotel, Cha Cha Rooster serves internationally inspired meals in a variety of elegant settings. Gauzy white curtains and trimmed hedges surround the street-side terrace. Inside the aptly named Gold bar, thousands of sparkling scales cover the walls surrounding guests sitting at a long banquette or in studded leather chairs to share cocktails and secrets. Guests share hearty breakfasts and express lunches in the retro-chic dining room or while lounging beside one of the resort's three outdoor pools.
Otentic Restaurant is a casual French eatery stocked to the rafters with authentic cuisine. Enjoy the everyday specials or order à la carte for a fancier-sounding dining experience. Monopoly inheritance disputes are well-settled over a cheese platter with compté, brie, blue cheese, and goat cheese, served with spring mix, dried apricots, and butter ($9.90). Fresh salmon tartar escorts chive cream out on a date with toasted French bread to create Otentic's tartare de saumon a la crème de ciboulette ($7.95). Conquer the main course with a three-pepper chicken or beef brochette ($11.25) or the filet mignons a la crème de champignons, a juicy tenderloin smothered in creamy mushroom sauce ($15.40). All entrees come with a side of your choice, such as traditional ratatouille, penne pasta, or sautéed potatoes. For a portable taste of France, try a toasted sandwich served on baguette, ciabatta, or pain bagnat ($5.95–$7.95), treatise on ennui optional.
Striving to feed the denizens of Miami Beach, Cafe Bonjour features an eclectic menu of comfort foods that draws inspiration from the length of the Atlantic. Pizzas figure prominently into this selection, emerging from ovens topped with everything from italian sausage and black olives to char-grilled chicken and chopped red onion. Additionally, panini sandwiches, eight-ounce burgers, and grilled wraps in whole-wheat tortillas provide quick meals for passersby seeking a casual bite to eat. This laid-back vibe is also reflected in the eatery's interior, which features a handful of vibrant accents including a colorful mural adorning on one wall and framed pictures of the restaurant's first disk of pizza dough on another.
Leafy palm trees and a canopy of umbrellas hang over tables outside both of A la Folie Café’s locations, setting the stage for low-key dinners of baguette sandwiches, sweet and savory crepes, and French cheese plates. Plates of niçoise salad, chocolate croissants, and buckwheat pancakes stuffed with brie add a refined air to meals, as do the gentle strains of French music and the rich taste of French wines. Visitors to the secluded Espanola Way restaurant dine amid pillowy cushions and couches and the leafy greenery of the garden seating, and those who stop at the Purdy Avenue location can expect breathtaking sunset views, even in the morning.
Ask several people what they like about FL Caf?, and you'll probably get several different answers. Some might praise the menu of French-Floridian fusion cuisine, citing the guacamole-dressed grilled steak salad, the mahi-mahi burger, and the mimosa-fueled breakfasts.Others might praise the bar's industrial-chic aesthetic and the private, candlelit booths festooned with white curtains. For others, it might be all about the cocktail list, which includes mojitos, Pina Coladas, and Bloody Marys.