Hotel Beaux Arts, Autograph Collection
What We Love
- Rate includes European hot buffet breakfast for two, and nonalcoholic beverages and tea in the lounge
- Biscayne Bay views through floor-to-ceiling windows
- In-room iPads for ordering room service and other amenities
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What To Know
- The hotel shares most amenities — pools, gym, spa — with the 313-room JW Marriott Marquis
- Valet is the only parking option, and it’s $38 per day
- It’s a 15-minute drive to the beach (if the traffic is cooperating)
- Parking On Site
At the Hotel Beaux Arts, in Miami’s financial district, guests get the best of both worlds: an amenity-laden stay with the vibe of a hushed, exclusive boutique hotel. The 44-room hotel achieves this hard-to-reach goal by being in the same 41-story building as the JW Marriott Marquis. Perched near the top, the hotel has a personal concierge and a sleek lobby, a mix of chrome and marble tables and low-slung couches backed by mod beaded curtains and oversize fashion photo murals.
Bed and Bath
Polished Brazilian wood floors lend a sexy sheen to the sleek loft-style rooms. Pay attention when you’re shown around, as the amenities are high-tech (think room service via iPad and Bang & Olufsun LCD TVs that swing out from the wall on a motorized arm). Marble bathrooms have Jacuzzi tubs, colored LED faucets and Molton Brown products.
You’re spoiled for options thanks to the facilities of both the Beaux Arts and the Marriott; they run the gamut from a stainless steel pool on the 19th floor to a salon, a spa, a virtual bowling alley, a 3-D theater, a wine boutique, a cigar shop and a gym. There’s also a Miami outpost of star chef Daniel Boulud’s db Bistro Moderne, a palace of indulgent French fare with an international edge. Be sure to try the signature foie gras, black truffle and short rib–stuffed burger.
How to Get There
This is the second year in a row that I’ve stayed at this hotel during Art Basel. The service is horrible and the staff is indifferent. After a $20 tip to the concierge they forgot to book our dinner reservations leaving us without a reservation during Art Basel. And the room, while elegant, is tired and everything is difficult to operate. I will never stay here again!!
I choose to stay at this hotel over the Four Seasons because of Linda. She is phenomenal, I mean the guest experience is outstanding. The room is beautiful. However the staff, their knowledge of the area, and their customer service is the best experience that I have ever had!
Thank you so much team for making my stay enjoyable ❤️
Can't say enough good things about this place! Super hi tech rooms, automatic shades, Bang & Olufsen sound system, beautifully modern decor, and floor to ceiling windows looking out over the bay.
Staff is great, rooms are spacious, amenitites are out of this world!! HUGE gym, golf simulator, rooftop pool, bowling alleys. great location in brickell, just an all around awesome spot. absolutely worth a try and far different from your 'normal' hotel experience
This place is actually pretty great. It’s a hotel within a hotel, and it goes over the top on electronic fun things.
It’s immaculately clean with a sort of an early 2000s vibe, which I happen to love.
My room was enourmous and very Miami with white leather furniture and incredible views of the city. Minibar has full-size vodka, vermouth, and shaker for martinis, and room service breakfasts were perfect. There’s an amazing Bang & Olufsen ($$$$) stereo and TVs from the same brand in the living and bedroom. Even the bathroom faucets, room service menu, and peep hole in the door are electronic.
The woman who checked me in was delightful, and the service felt personal and attentive.
My only note of caution is that VALET PARKING HERE IS AN UNMITIGATED DISASTER. It took FOURTY FIVE minutes for them to bring up my car one day, and that evening there was a backup for blocks because of a gala dinner at the JW Marriott downstairs. I get that some of this isn’t the hotel’s fault, since it’s in an odd location of one way streets and loops from onramps... and the Brickell bridge interrupts traffic flow when it’s up. At the same time, coming and going is a huge pain, and the parking delay made me late for a meeting, even when I left my room 25 minutes early.
I give 3 points,but this is average,2 missed turn down services,one day the room was not serviced by 2.30pm(and in a 5 star house I can expect this!with the I pad I ordered turn down for 7.20pm,somebody called our room at 6.20am! To asked about this service,how sick is this?the breakfast buffet at the atelier ,only the smoked salmon is missing in a holiday inn,airport or somewhere!so not ok,less average.i can show you breakfast buffets,top notch, Naples ritz Carlton gulf!,the same 38 floors down, not better(Marriott marquis)Boulud Sud is the best place!the room is with a huge tv,music,,electric curtains, molton brown, high end,but not sure where it comes from,every hour or so a bang,knick knock,poss.the air condition ,and you hear your upstairs neighbors walking!5 Star?the price was ok,for that what you get,the intercontinental,the four season,close,your choice,will we come back,not so sure!
The staff extremely friendly