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The most expensive hotels in Miami

  • Travel 101
  • By Kiri Gordon
  • Published 08 August 2022
  • Revised 24 February 2023

The bougie and the glamorous head to Miami for the incredible weather, elegant stretches of white sand beach, electric nightlife, and the most lavish hotels on the map. It’s all about high-end living in ‘Magic City’, whether you’re in the most exclusive restaurants or the finest designer shops. 

You won’t have to look too hard to find the most expensive hotels in Miami, since there’s a handful of posh properties waiting to show you what luxe living in this party destination is like. 

Five-star luxury awaits at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort

Pure sophistication and upscale glamour is what The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort is all about. Famed for housing the luxurious Bal Harbour Shops such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and Gucci, the hotel positively drips with opulence as it stands as a shimmering beacon north of Miami Beach. Art-deco interiors, grand high ceilings, and majestic crystal chandeliers make it seem like you’re staying inside a jewellery box. 

On arrival, you’ll be greeted with a glass of Champagne before you head off and explore the hotel's incredible oceanfront pools. For the ultimate luxurious experience, book a beach villa, where you’ll get your own butler, bathroom, wet bar, lounge, and dining area. 

The rooms are a breath-taking sight to behold, with spacious living areas, plush furniture, and giant marble tubs to sink into. The Palace Suite is what makes The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort one of the most expensive hotels in Miami Beach – it’s the largest of all the accommodations with no less than eight balconies, entertainment rooms, and six bathrooms. 

Prices start from £1,160 per person for three-nights, £1,730 per person for five-nights and £2,300 per person for 10-nights. 

Discover our best luxury Miami holidays for you for the most sumptuous stay imaginable. 

The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort

The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort

Enjoy sweeping ocean views at The Setai, Miami Beach

Made for those who appreciate tranquillity and privacy, The Setai, Miami Beach is the perfect resort for sophisticated luxury on the north side of Miami Beach. Its peaceful location is a big draw for those looking to escape to an oasis of calm. 

The inviting design of dark wooden furnishings and brick flooring give the property a modern and arty feel, with a contemporary Asian design cascading throughout. Promoting zen from the reflection pools and pagoda-style structures, guests can sink into relaxation at the Asian-inspired spa, which features an array of pampering treatments to indulge in. The hospitality is divine, whether you’re ordering a cocktail at the pool or occupying the hotel restaurant. 

The minimalist art-deco rooms are inspiring with sleek polished wood design and a neutral palette. If you want to go all out, book the Bi-Level Art Deco Suite which stretches across two floors. It’s the perfect option for those looking for a spacious slice of heaven during their trip. 

Prices start from £1,000 per person for three-nights, £1,460 per person for five-nights and £1,920 per person for seven-nights, including flights. 

The Setai, Miami Beach

The Setai, Miami Beach
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Indulge in holistic luxury at 1 Hotel South Beach

The eco-friendly 1 Hotel South Beach plays host to some jaw-dropping pools in Miami. Its rooftop location gives you endless views of the ocean and it’s perfectly positioned for you to experience everything Miami has to offer - from the exclusive shopping scene to the upbeat neon-nightlife. The first thing you’ll notice is the 900-metre wall covered in 11,000 varieties of plants that literally crawl up the building. The hotel is elegant, with natural light soaring to complement the wood furnishings. 

This hotel is all about sustainability, so most things are digital, including the room temperature control and brochures. Sink into the resort spa for a pampering treatment, get glam at the salon for a big night out, or simply rest by the pool and soak up that Miami heat.

The rooms are designed by celebrated design firm Meyer Davis. They were created to invoke a sense of calm with rustic tables and printed gold fans on the walls. The stand-out, in our opinion, is the giant marble tubs and rainforest showers.

Prices start from £815 per person for three-nights, £1,155 per person for five-nights and £1,495 per person for seven-nights, including flights. 

1 Hotel South Beach

 1 Hotel South Beach

Eclectic luxury at W South Beach

The rotating museum-quality modern art, the exceptional design furnishings and the modern facilities make W South Beach an opulent place to stay in Miami. Located amongst some of the most popular nightclubs and restaurants, you’re in the heart of the action here. 

The style is sophisticated, with a fun flare throughout. The Mongolian fur-covered chairs, plush purple leather seats and big brass screens set the scene for a resplendent stay.

There is a club onsite, so the hotel has a ‘party’ vibe, but with an undertone of sophistication. If you want to escape for a moment of quiet, head to the serene spa where you can reinvigorate your mind, body and soul with a wide array of treatments. 

Rooms are luxurious, featuring cool white and grey decor, mirrored surfaces, and impressive chandeliers. Thanks to the in-built Bose Soundsystem and docking station, you can even start your own personal in-room party.

Prices start from £780 per person for three-nights, £1,095 per person for five-nights and £1,410 per person for seven-nights. 

W South Beach

W South Beach

Hidden luxury at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami

The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami, is discreetly located on a beautiful island south of downtown Miami. The resort is nestled between the stunning nature preserves, Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, making it a real jewel for nature enthusiasts eager to explore. It’s all about grandeur at this regally-designed resort, from its Caribbean-inspired rooms to its thatch hut palapas.

This vast resort boasts a plethora of stunning pools, including lagoon types, while the award-winning spa is perfect for relaxing after a long day of exploring. You can also indulge in a handful of water sports such as kayaking and sailing. 

The rooms are contemporary, with pale blues, creams, and sand-coloured furnishings throughout. For the ultimate in luxe living, book the Presidential Suite for unrivalled views of the ocean from your grand balcony. 

Prices start from £760 per person for three-nights, £1,065 per person for five-nights and £1,365 per person for seven-nights, including flights. 

The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami

The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami

Creatively consulted by Baz Luhrmann at Faena Hotel Miami Beach

Theatrical and grand is the best way to describe the Faena Hotel Miami Beach. Famous director Baz Luhrmann and his designer wife Catherine Martin were the creative consultants for this masterpiece. So, as you can imagine, it’s all about statement gold and royal reds as well as art-deco pieces that explode with colour. 

Everywhere you look, something magnificent will grab your attention, whether it’s the woolly mammoth skeleton that’s been dipped in 24 karat gold overlooking the beach or the Damien Hirst sculpture.

Escape to the Tierra Santa Healing House spa for pampering treatments, be entertained in the Saxony Theatre or just relax by the inviting pool. 

The rooms will have you feeling like the star of the Moulin Rouge, with plush red velvet sofas, animal prints aplenty, and vanity desks with oversized lamps. The Penthouse Suite is a magical space with a grand piano on hand for those all-important post-club sing-alongs. 

Prices start from £660 per person for three-nights, £910 per person for five-nights and £1,165 per person for seven-nights, including flights. 

Faena Hotel Miami Beach

Faena Hotel Miami Beach

The most expensive hotels in Miami FAQs

What are the most lavish suites in Miami? 

The Palace Suite at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort is one of the most lavish suites in Miami. The Presidential Suite at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne offers incredible views from the large balcony. They're the perfect places to stay in Miami for VIPs.  

What’s the most expensive hotel in Miami?

The most expensive hotel in Miami is The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort.

Which Miami hotels have the best spas? 

Many of the hotels have exceptional spas; the most luxury is The Setai, Miami Beach and 1 Hotel South Beach. 

Whether you’re looking for high-end shopping, the best nightlife, or spending your days relaxing on the famous Miami Beach, check out Miami's top luxury hotels and ensure your stay is as luxurious as you deserve. 

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