People often do things in hotels that they would never do in their own homes, such as sleep soundly, watch Marley & Me, or let the kids drink as much shampoo as they want. Let loose with today's Groupon to Gansevoort Miami Beach. Choose between the following options:
- For $149, you get a one-night stay Sunday–Thursday (up to a $359 value, based on double-occupancy rates and variable booking dates).
- For $229, you get a one-night stay Friday–Saturday (up to a $595 value, based on double-occupancy rates and variable booking dates).
Located directly on a prime stretch of ocean shore, Gansevoort Miami Beach swaddles guests in comfortable luxury, with a plethora of restaurants and abundant nightlife. A one-night stay in the deluxe-king-room-city-view suite gives a pair of dwellers up to 750 square feet of living space with pristine city views, plus a king-sized feather bed encased in 400-thread-count Egyptian-cotton linens, an ideal material for realistic mummy wraps. Custom designed by the Stephen B. Jacobs Group, PC and Andi Pepper Interior Design, the luxury room touts a sleeper sofa, dining table, desk, spacious bathroom, double vanity, and stocked mini bar for a celebratory toast. High-tech abodes, king-room-city-view suites allow occupants to play favorite ditties on the stereo with iPod docking stations, troll on the WiFi, or act out dramatized casino heist skits using the in-room safes.
Gansevoort’s guests can cool off 18 stories above the earth in the adults-only rooftop pool, a 26,000-square-foot oasis that converts to a vibrant lounge each night. Sink into a plush couch beneath a canopy of rustling palm trees, or tuck yourself away in a private cabana before bellying up for refreshment at the rooftop bar. Beachside, the outdoor pool plaza boasts an infinity-edge pool and oversized Jacuzzi, as well as a 55,000-square-foot private beach club.
A trio of hotel restaurants fulfills noshing needs, including STK steakhouse, the pool plaza’s open-air eatery, and chef Philippe Chow’s eclectic restaurant Philippe. Gansevoort’s nightlife pulsates from the Coco Deville lounge to the French-inspired Louis, a club with vintage crystals, leopard prints, and kaleidoscopic baguettes.