Loews Miami Beach Hotel – South Beach
What We Love
- In the heart of SoBe’s Art Deco district
- Atlantic views
- Oceanfront pool
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What To Know
- The 12-story St. Moritz building is original Art Deco, but the tower was built in the late 90s
- Property was last renovated in 2010
- Family friendly and also popular for business conferences
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
This modern spin on Art Deco style opens with a grand lobby with terrazzo floors, domed ceiling, colossal white pillars and massive aquarium wall. Choose from Atlantic or skyline views in 790 guestrooms done in seaglass tones: blues, greens and pops of rich reds. The freeform pool includes pampering like chilled hand towels, Evian misting, smoothies, frozen grape kabobs and suntan lotion misting. This is one of SoBe’s most family-friendly resorts with kids menus, a closet of kid-friendly gear and entertainment options to borrow and a SoBe Kids Camp with full and half-day programs daily and evening programs on Friday & Saturday nights.
In the Area
Explore the Bass Museum of Art’s eclectic collection of Renaissance and Baroque pieces, Asian antiquities, modern photographs and Latin American sculptures. If architecture is more your cup of tea, join one of the Miami Design Preservation League’s Art Deco walking tours. Toast happy hour with the hip kids at new tiki-inspired it-bar the Broken Shaker, in the Freehand Hostel. Then have one of the rich house-made pastas at Scarpetta or some bourbon and fried chicken at Yardbird.
How to Get There
Great place to visit. Staff was great. Great Location in the center of everything.
Pool Area and Beach was great.
Especially the beach staff. Carl and Erick made our stay wonderful. Great personality and great Customer Service. A++++
The Hotel is beautiful. But my husband is on a wheelchair and we were place on the 10th floor of the old building in a wheelchair accessible room. However if there is a fire or some types of emergency. The only way out for my husband is the elevator. So if those are out well we can guess the outcome in an life or death emergency. If he had to be played out on a stretcher for any reason the elevator is to small to accommodate. Not to mention the only access to get in and out of the hotel is through thrower level by the spa at the north entrance where the handicap door openers dont work. Then we have to go up a long ramp upwards to the mani building to the where the cars are parked to get in and out. The room is small and not.much from for a person in a wheelchair. For the price you pay it's not accomodating for the handicap. Not afraid contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
We stayed at the Loews Hotel over Easter weekend. The hotel was very clean, with spacious rooms and very friendly hotel staff. The pool area is very nice, with live music for a few hours each day. Very relaxing!
Plenty of noodles for the kids, a “kids club” if the children want to go play inside a cute playhouse with activities. They also have a daily cooking class. Since it was Easter they had a bunny and a beach egg hunt. The staff was great with the kids!!
The beach is also very nice, with plenty of beach seats. And of course a gorgeous beach. They offered free banana boat rides behind a jet ski one day from 10-11 AM which was a very nice treat for the kids.
The pool was appropriate for families - not a party or club scene. Food and beverage service. You do need to get there early to get seats near the pool, and they only hold them for 1 hour if you leave for any reason.
The hotel is right on the board walk which is great for a morning walk or run!
It’s also close to lots of other hotels and restaurants- as well as a CVS and Walgreens.
We highly recommend Loews for families or couples who want a lower key South Beach pool scene.
Thatcher than relaxing, you have to fight for a chair by the pool. All because the "security " is useless and doesnt really ask for your key to verify that you are a guest with the hotel. As a result, anyone from the street gets a chair and the guests don't. Sounds interesting!
My stay here at Loews was less than I expected. I thought I was going to have a more positive experience at this establishment. The service desk people were less than friendly and very uncooperative with an issue i had and were not willing to assist in correcting the issue.