Trendsetting designer Philippe Starck has conjured a world of radical chic that nods to the hedonistic excesses of the 18th century French aristocracy, fusing Old World savoir-faire with high-end contemporary comfort. Boasting the Tower Penthouse and Villa Penthouse designed by Kravitz Design, restaurants by chefs José Andrés and Katsuya Uechi, and an extravagant beach club that could only be Hyde, SLS South Beach has become the go-to destination for a new generation of discriminating pleasure seekers.
1701 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Miami Florida 33139 USA
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It is a nice place, stylish, interesting designs … but it should really get a special cleaning effort too to bottom. Housekeeping is not doing a great job in this respect across the building. Small rooms … as typical for these old buildings. But functional for one person, but a little stressful for two. Bathroom is super small … even in Deluxe King with Ocean View.
Bad experience overall. Rooms (Premier Ocean View Double) super small, definitely not fait selling these rooms for 2 adults and 2 children. Beds super small. Ok for kids but certainly not for adults. Level of service terrible for such hotel especially for breakfast. Beach services awful, not even existing. Overall over priced, very bad value for money in South Beach. Good mention though to restaurants services and food in the evenning, both Katsuya and Bazaars.
Fernando made our time at SLS and Katsuya extra special!! We had a very particular little one with us and he gave great recommendations. He has made a loyal guest out of me. I will stay at the SLS every time I visit Miami!!