Miami is known for its incredible and glamorous resorts full of amenities and breathtaking ocean views. The Magic City is also known for extravagance, luxury, and glamour, and proof of that can be found in the most expensive rooms art some of the city’s most iconic hotels. Whether you plan to stay in these massive oases where you can entertain, relax and have a once-in-a-lifetime experience, below, we present you with the most expensive rooms in Miami.
3201 Collins Ave / Website
The Penthouse Suite at this iconic hotel features bright colors and modern finishes that play off of the hotel's Art Deco lines. The design is dominated by red, animal print, and velvet, with gold accents, custom furniture by Frank Pollaro, and one-of-a-kind artworks. Views of the Caribbean Sea's turquoise waters can be enjoyed from the Penthouse Suite's floor-to-ceiling windows. In total, the 14 507 square foot suite has five bedrooms, each with a private balcony, and five bathrooms, each with a huge soak-in tub and a rain-shower combination. Each room has a private balcony that wraps around the side of the building. Private elevators and stairwells, four powder rooms, a chef's kitchen, and a laundry room are among the suite's many amenities. Plunging into the new outdoor plunge pool, you can gaze out over the Atlantic Ocean and beyond.
9011 Collins Ave / Website
At one of Miami's most exclusive destinations lies the Marybelle Penthouse Suite. Since The Surf Club was built on land discovered by Harvey Firestone and his colleagues in honor of Marybelle, this hotel's most exclusive suite is named in honor of the vessel. Guests can enjoy sunset views from the rooftop pool and terrace or the expansive living areas designed by Joseph Dirand. At this penthouse, luxury, and space to provide comfort come together, making it one of the city's best and most expensive rooms.
Price: Rates begin at $40,000
2001 Collins Ave / Website
Available exclusively upon request, The Penthouse at The Setai, Miami Beach, sits on the 40th floor, overlooking Miami Beach, and is the pinnacle of luxury and privacy. The stunning four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 10,000-square-foot sanctuary boasts a private rooftop pool with panoramic city and beach vistas, a gourmet kitchen, a dining room for 10 guests, a separate music room, and more. Guests who stay at this ultra luxurious penthouse can also indulge in the hotel's fantastic restaurants and other great amenities at one of Miami's most iconic hotels.
Price: Rates begin at $45,000
9703 Collins Avenue Bal Harbour / Website
This Four-bedroom oceanfront suite is one of Miami's most exclusive addresses and a testament to the city's ultimate luxury. Sliding glass doors open onto four 210-square-foot balconies, three of which have chaise lounges and a ten-seat dining table, offering stunning ocean views. The entire living area of the suite's entryway is covered in large marble floor tiles. Four people can sit at the table, and two large sofas are in the middle of the room, facing each other. Guests can find a massage chair and a pull-out sofa bed in the suite's second sitting area. The kitchenette and dining table with modern pendant lights are adjacent to these two welcoming spaces. Eight people can dine on a sumptuous meal at the same time. The most recent technology includes a tablet that can control temperature. This room is spacious and a great spot to relax and enjoy.
Price: Rates begin at $20,000
4441 Collins Ave / Website
Guests can enjoy a luxurious beachfront vacation in this five-bedroom, two-level, almost 10,000-square-foot home with friends and family. You can see the ocean and Fontainebleau's poolscape from every vantage point. It features a 4,400-foot private balcony with a private pool and Jacuzzi overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, making it ideal for entertaining or sunbathing. The living room has a 60-inch television mounted on the wall, so feel free to settle in. In the adjacent formal dining room, for eight people, you can host a dinner party. This magnificent Miami Beach suite features a Sub Zero refrigerator, Miele appliances, and a wine cooler. Also, on the main floor, you'll find a large bedroom with a king bed, oceanfront balcony, 55-inch HD TV, and walk-in closet you'll want all to yourself. A stall shower with steam, a Jacuzzi tub, and a 55-inch HD TV await you in the master bath. Three king and queen bedrooms with balconies and 55-inch HDTVs can be found on the second floor. You'll be able to take advantage of all that Fontainebleau has to offer while staying in this private hideaway.
Own the view from one of the most coveted Miami Beach penthouses instead of just admiring it. The 37th floor of the Trésor Tower is home to this open-air penthouse with 4,500 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, and five and a half bathrooms. A suite perfect for any extravagance and luxury. It features a grand entrance hall, a work area, a whirlpool on the roof, and a private patio that wraps around the entire building. Enjoy a cup of coffee and a pastry in the marble kitchen, which was custom-designed for your comfort. There is a king-sized bed with a rise-up HD TV in the first master bedroom, a private wet bar and walk-in closet, a marble master bath with a stand-in shower, whirlpool tub, and his and hers vanity areas. The two other master king bedrooms, each with its luxurious master bath and private balcony, allow your guests to gaze across the intercostal waterway and Downtown Miami. South Beach's most exclusive and luxurious neighborhood is waiting for you to make your mark here.
Price: The starting rate is 10,000 per night this time of year, but can go up to 25,000 per night in season
500 Brickell Key Drive / Website
The Penthouse Suite, located on the top floor, combines entertainment and relaxation. This marvelous suite features a butler's kitchen, and a state-of-the-art media room, making this the ideal place for entertaining. The Mandarin's Penthouse Suite has floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony that provides panoramic views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay. The space is flooded with natural light and decorated with vibrant red textiles and Oriental accents. Guests can also enjoy the Master bedroom, living room, and marble bathroom with dual vanities, freestanding bath with shower, and freestanding tub. One of the most luxurious suites in one of Miami's most exclusive areas.
Price: Rate depending on availability and dates starts at $10,000
4525 Collins Ave / Website
The Nobu Villa sits on a white sand beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, where contemporary Japanese beach house meets Miami modern. In addition to two king-sized bedrooms, a billiards table, a wraparound terrace, Smart TVs, a Bose sound system, an upscale bar, and a chef's kitchen, the villa has 2,400 square feet of living space. Guests also have VIP access to the villa's pool or oceanside cabanas with complimentary amenities, exclusive gym use, VIP dining reservations at Nobu Miami, and more. All of these fantastic amenities are included as part of the stay.
Price: Rates begin at $5,000
17875 Collins Ave / Website
On the 32nd floor of the ultra-luxury Acqualina Resort & Residences, the Grand Deluxe Three-Bedroom Oceanfront Suite offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Miami skyline. An interior design team comprised of Stephanie Trump and Yager Fleming and SBI Design created the suite's elegant and contemporary style to reflect its magnificent ocean grandeur. Combining a serene color scheme of white, blue, silver, and gray, as well as modern and traditional design elements, results in a luxurious atmosphere. This entrance foyer exudes elegance with its chic marble floor and three round-mirror lighting fixtures. A 65-inch 4K TV, geometric end tables, and a flush-mount chandelier adorn the suite's expansive living room. The floor-to-ceiling window is adorned with beautiful drapery. There's a queen sofa sleeper with quilted back cushions and accent pillows in the living room, an antique brass coffee table, and a rug. Also included are four comfortable lounge chairs for reading and relaxing and a sleek writing desk for writing tasks.
Photography by: Courtesy Faena Miami Beach, Four Seasons Bal Harbour, St. Regis Bal Harbour, Nobu, The Fontainebleau Miami Beach, The Setai Miami Beach, Mandarin Oriental Miami, Acqualina Resort And Residences