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
Had a conference at Miami Beach Convention Center, which was a short journey from hotel via Uber or walk. Helpful staff and a clean room. The lobby restaurant Ola was really good! Would definitely book again.
I stayed at this hotel with a group of friends. This was a very special occasion for us as we were celebrating my sisters birthday. We stayed for 3 nights but our rooms were never cleaned, we didn’t hang a “privacy” sign so we expected our rooms to be serviced . We immediately informed front desk and the Hotel manager about it and they assured me that our rooms were going to get cleaned the next morning but non of them was, sadly, we did not enjoyed a cleaned room during our stay, only on the arrival day. Also, I went to the pool next morning and the area was not cleaned including the restrooms at the terrace. Some of the staff could also have an attitude. Hopefully they fix their staff issues because this hotel is well located and the restaurant OLA offers a really good cuisine.
I was there for 2 nights for business but was thrilled to have the option/opportunity to enjoy the best of South Beach. I had an amazing meal right downstairs at Ola and later on that evening I walked to Mokai for some dancing since it was right around the corner. When I needed last minute print outs for my seminar, Vana was so helpful and attentive. I highly recommend the Vintro hotel for a fun weekend or business trip.
This hotel is so amazing, so close to everything. Amazing prices, clean, stylish, chic, super hip great well known restaurant... has a little rooftop pool and tanning area...really has everything you need. I will never stay anywhere else.
We booked a 2 bedroom ‘suite’. For every night we were a party of 4, except the first night when we were 5 people. Prior to booking, I phoned the hotel to see if that suite could accommodate 5; for example, could they provide a camper bed for one night. After consulting with her manager, the lady on the other end of the phone said ‘yes sir, we can do that’. So I went on line, booked the room & paid more than $1100 plus taxes in good faith. But when we arrived at the hotel, the lady on reception said ‘no, we do not have camp/fold up beds’. Disappointed? Yes. Angry & betrayed? Yes, but they had my money and there was nothing we could do. A terrible start to our holiday