Hot Sexy Miami: The Hotel Beaux Arts

Although I’m a New Yorker at heart – I do love Miami! South Beach is definitely my favorite, but dealing with the MacArthur Causeway and it’s traffic is not the most pleasant. Anyway – there is so much to do in downtown Miami these days that you really don’t have to be on the beach anymore especially, since the views from the new Hotel Beaux Arts Hotel are stunning.

The Hotel Beaux Arts Miami (255 Biscayne Boulevard Way) is an exclusive, ultra-modern private hotel created to inspire and awe and it definitely does that. Here at the top of the Marriott is a hotel within a hotel comprising 3 floors, 44 exemplary rooms and suites, and 32 meeting rooms.

Wood so shiny you can see yourself – you will be seduced by the beauty and carefully crafted design and amenities. Stir your senses with Bang & Olufsen entertainment systems in all guest rooms including a 40″ or 55″ HD LCD TV. If that seems tame to you, feel free to order room service through the iPad in your room or make dinner reservations for tomorrow with your virtual concierge. If your gorgeous sleek bathroom bores you, stop into the L’Atelier Lounge and have a drink amongst the beautiful people (yourself included of course!).

With restaurants in NYC, Palm Beach, London, Beijing and Singapore – it’s only natural that award-winning New York Chef-of-the-Year Daniel Boulud have a oustanding eatery in Miami. Here he blends traditional French cuisine with American market at db Bistro Moderne. **Not to be missed on your list of culinary standouts.

Certainly a unique amenity here is the huge sports complex on the 19th floor featuring a virtual bowling alley, NBA approved basketball area and tennis court, and a Jim McLean indoor golf school where you can even take a lesson using the golf simulators – unreal!

But if you want to leave the hotel (which you will to go shopping) – you can hang out at the Mary Brickell Village, the Wynwood Arts District, visit Lincoln Avenue or get cultural at the Adrienne Arst Center for the Preforming Arts. (Don’t forget to have a cup of cappuccino at The News Cafe on South Beach for your requisite people watching!) If you get tired you can rest at the roof-top pool with the most awesome views of the Inter-coastal waterway, or go to the beach and people-watch.

Nightly rates for the hotel begin at $560.00 a night with many pre-packaged themed visits available. Please enjoy the slide show of the facility above and their wonderful video below.

Travel with an open heart & live boldly, Sheri

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