Eurostars Vintro Hotel
What We Love
- Rooftop terrace with a plunge pool, a ping-pong table and hammocks
- Sexy, adults-only hotel with just 50 rooms
- The tapas restaurant, with its signature cold bar, uses locally produced ingredients
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What To Know
- A $20 resort fee per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Children 17 and under are not permitted
- The hotel is located on the Collins Canal; the beach is three blocks away
- Valet parking is $35
- There is no fitness center
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Opened in July 2014, the Hotel Vintro South Beach is housed in an Art Deco building on Park Avenue and has a fresh, artistic, urban look, from the spray-painted rooftop mural to the bright and bold artworks in the 50 rooms and suites. High-end amenities include Bluetooth clock radios and Illy coffee machines, while the peekaboo bathrooms feature rainfall showerheads and all-natural products; they up the sexy factor by being visible from the rest of the room. The rooftop courtyard doubles as a playground, with loungers, hammocks, a plunge pool and a ping-pong table. For additional ways to kick back, chairs and umbrellas are available at the beach (a five-minute walk from the property), or you can relax in the hotel’s spa-style treatment rooms. The Kitchen South Beach blends Latin and Mediterranean flavors in dishes such as caramelized sea scallops with corn salsa, or spicy lamb meatballs with goat cheese and pickles; dine inside in an elegant setting under the lofty 30-foot ceiling or on the terrace overlooking Collins Canal.
In the Area
Neighboring the Vintro is the Bass Museum of Art and Miami City Ballet; for additional exploration, bicycle rentals and a Mercedes van shuttle service are included in the resort fee. If you’re interested in getting out on the water, charter an eight-passenger speedboat from the hotel directly, or rent equipment for water sports at local operators ranging from jet skis to paddleboards. Other attractions nearby include the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, the New World Symphony and the shopper’s paradise, Lincoln Road Mall. Miami’s racy nightlife scene is constantly evolving, but visitors can check out SET (on Lincoln Road) or Story nightclub for bottle service and dancing.
How to Get There
A cool concept without any substananence. The operators have missed basic elements of necessary comforts and needs of the the traveler. Poor lighting, poor sound insulation, very poor TV reception and convenient parking/access.
Possilbly the operator will work on these issues and correct as they move forward.
Had a blast at Life House Collins Park hotel! Great design, and amazing customer service and location in proximity to the beach. The restaurant has amazing food too, you can even dine outside next to the canal. Highly recommend.
Booked for a 1 night stop as we needed to fly out of Miami on our journey home. We were greeted by Freddie after a pretty long journey and we were made to feel genuinely welcome. We were ahead of Checkin time so the room wasn't quite ready so we wanted to grab a well earned beer and something easy to eat. We were shown to the outdoor area and served by Morgan, who couldn't have been more accomodating and friendly. Limited menu as the kitchen had only just opened that week but it was great. The room itself was fine - little bit of an odd layout in terms of the flow of it but plenty of space. The hotel had only just opened when we visited so we did take a chance on it and overall we were pleased with our decision. Gave some feedback on needing hangers in the room and a few other minor points and it was really well received. in addition to thanking Freddie and Morgan for their great service, I'd like to make a special call out to Vana who went out of her way to ensure we were looked after, comfortable, getting what we needed. Few teethers to work through but thats understandable given its recent opening. Thanks for looking after us so well.