Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami
What We Love
- A Collins Avenue gem with a sleek third-floor pool and easy access to the beachHaving your own private attendant on the sandy beach
- Taking in the modern colors and lines of the 10-story glass tower
- Dining by the pool at indoor-outdoor DECK Sixteen
What To Know
- Floor-to-ceiling windows in guestrooms provide great natural lighting and panoramic views
- The reception area and pool are on the third floor
- The hotel provides free beach chairs
You’ve heard about “Miami Modern,” the 1960s architectural genre, but what about Miami modern – as in, the bright, bold aesthetic of the Magic City of the 21st century? Get a glimpse of it at Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami, which is defined by fresh contemporary aesthetics. This entire getaway is decked out in sunshine yellows, bright and deep blues, hot pinks and crisp whites, in a sharp 10-story glass tower. With floor-to-ceiling windows, rooms are airy and light-filled; an indoor-outdoor restaurant offers an au-courant spin on mid-century design elements, beside a sleek third-floor pool.
The living here, too, is oh so of-the-moment. You’ll find state-of-the-art LIFE FITNESS cardio machines at the 24-hour gym; a 47-in. flat-screen TV in your room; and, at the above restaurant, local, seasonal tapas with sangria pairings. For getting around town, there are bikes and an executive car service, as well, but we doubt you’ll be going far from here. Even with all of the above, the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner shines the brightest for its fabulous address, right on Collins Avenue and just steps from the beach, where you get a personal attendant. Because being in the heart of the action never goes out of style.
Each of 105 modern, bright and airy Hyatt Centric guest rooms is Wi-Fi-equipped and designed with floor-to-ceiling windows. The bathroom stocks luxury bath amenities by BeeKind Buttercup and DryBar hair dryers, to pamper you while you wash off after a day at the beach. You’ll have a king bed whichever room you choose, but the upgraded View abode offers a bit more space and sparkling views of the Atlantic.
The hotel’s signature restaurant is DECK Sixteen, which serves three meals a day and comprises an indoor-outdoor space beside the third-floor pool. The inspiration is Mediterranean, with a Spanish focus, and tasty eats by Chef William Milian (previously of Morgans Hotel Group) include seafood salads and chorizo frittatas. Be sure to try one of the sangrias or craft cocktails, whether during the day, at 5-to-8pm happy hour or deep into the night – the bar stays open until 2am.
The hotel embodies fresh, modern SoBe cool, and so does Collins Avenue outside, lined with bars, lounges, restaurants and clubs. Other local destinations to visit include the Bass Museum of Art and the always-busy Lincoln Road Mall – and don’t forget the sands of the neighborhood’s namesake shores (not that you would, when the hotel saved you a chaise lounge, towel and umbrella). To switch it up, explore the street art of Wynwood, taste your way through Little Havana’s Cuban eateries, or head out to Brickell, the resident financial district by day, and a sizzling nightlife hub by evening.
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This hotel is in a great spot for Miami Beach and was very clean and staff were friendly. In particular we would recommend Gustavo at the Concierge who was really engaging and super helpful! We had a lovely meal in the restaurant too which was delicious. Probably better suited to couples rather than family with teens as we were all in one room but it was comfortable and we made it work. We did enjoy our stay for sure
We spent two nights pre cruise at the Hyatt. We enjoyed everything about our stay. Now the rooms are compact, so be aware. We found it to be very nice for a couple. Amenities in the rooms were excellent, from plush robes to all of the bathroom extras.
The best part of staying here was the use of the Exhale Spa Fitness Center directly across the street! Beautiful facilities including gym, zen room, steam baths and whirlpools. Also beach access from the Loews hotel with towels and beach chairs complimentary. Extra charge for umbrellas, but we didn’t mind that.
Great breakfast in the morning with beautifully presented food, served at proper temperatures. Our server, Caroleena, was courteous and professional.
The king bed was very comfortable. Little storage space, but againokay for a few nights stay.
Highly recommend this hotel if you want to stay in South Beach!
If you do not want any sleep than this is the hotel for you.
They allow dogs that bark all night long and although the staff is nice nothing gets done about the yappy dogs.
Location and property itself is fine, but if you get stuck next to a dog room than good luck.
We’re platinum members and have traveled and stayed at Hyatt’s world-wide. Our recent stay at Hyatt Centric SoBe for a last minute weekend getaway was great. Chef Richard and his staff, especially Nicky, made the stay even better.
Their attention to detail and focus on providing the best service to each customer was impressive and very much appreciated.
The surprise operatic performance during the Saturday brunch was creative and VERY entertaining. What appeared to be a couple having a heated lovers’ argument at brunch captivated the entire room as their voices increased to a yelling level, smoothly transitioned to the male partner singing an impressive apology to the likes of Luciano Pavarotti. Totally awesome!
Thanks for everything Chef Richard... and the new ginger beer and gin specialty cocktail was great!
Was overall excellent, the pool area was amazing!! Very peaceful and clean!! The hotel was very close to bars restaurants and clubs didn't have to walk very far to get to anything!! The beach was close also!!