Soho Beach House
What We Love
- A Jetsetter reservation provides all the perks of membership during your stay
- The fresh truffle pizza at the house restaurant, Cecconi’s
- A hoppin’ scene at the adults-only plunge pool and the see-and-be-seen main pool
- Celeb-spotting at the Art Deco Drawing Room and the circa-1946 Cuban-inspired Club Bar
- A bartender will come to your room to mix cocktails while you’re getting ready for a night on the town
What To Know
- The beach in this area is private — only club members and hotel guests have access
- Each guestroom is unique; decor is a boho mix of vintage pieces in modern palettes
- Only some rooms have ocean views
- The number of guests you can invite back to the club is limited, and everyone from the doorman to the housekeeping staff will check your membership
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- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Split between an Art Deco gem from 1941 designed by Roy France and a slim tower added in 2010, the Soho Beach House channels bygone decadence by way of faded color palettes and vintage relics curated by London-based designer Martin Brudnizki. Think antique spindle tables, shaggy pillows in vibrant colors, retro fans and leather chesterfields.
Bed and Bath
Each guestroom is unique, but most beachside rooms have bathrooms with standalone soaking tubs, rain showers and Soho House’s signature Cowshed toiletry products. Decor is a boho mix of vintage pieces in modern palettes — think four-poster mahogany beds beside sky-blue walls, jute rugs atop geometric tiled floors. The best perk? A bartender will come to your room to mix cocktails while you’re getting ready for a night on the town.
This members-only refuge draws an attractive crowd of artists and eccentrics, thanks to a hoppin’ scene at the adults-only plunge pool and the see-and-be-seen main pool, the private beach, with its retro striped loungers, and the cozy screening room. Celebs hang at the Art Deco Drawing Room, the circa-1946 Cuban-inspired Club Bar, and the ground-level outpost of Cecconi’s, a leafy courtyard aerie where Italian-born chef Sergio Sigala serves diet-busting Venetian classics. Unwind with a eucalyptus steam at the rustic-luxe Cowshed Spa.
In the Area
Located in Mid-Beach, Soho House is well placed to explore top restaurants, such as chef Scott Conant’s fresh pastas at Scarpetta, the impeccable Chinese dishes at Hakkasan and the innovative American fare at the Forge (lobster PB&J, anyone?). Head south to catch an arthouse flick, see the gallery and browse the library at the Miami Beach Cinemateque, which is set in the historic city hall built by Carl Fisher in 1927. Afterward grab a tiki-inspired drink at the Broken Shaker, a hip kid hang in the arty Freehand hostel.
How to Get There
My wife and I stayed at the soho beach house for a weekend. We checked in to our first room which was dirty. They changed our room to another mediocre looking room, which didn’t feel “fresh and clean”. I guess the 50’s furniture may be partially to blame. Be warned that the hotel is vintage style, not modern. We like that style but this is a little too “vintage”. The tiles are dirty, the carpets are gross. And the service, WOW! Soooo pretentious. We paid 500$ usd a night and any question to the front desk was met with attitude. And forget getting an extra 30 min to check out.... the front desk literally said “sorry, no we can’t” and hung up the phone.
Really disappointed with our stay overall. Way better places to choose from while in Miami Beach.
Recommended by our Hotel Concierge, this is a very cool and happening restaurant inside the Soho Beach House Hotel.
Well cooked and presented Italian fare in their 'Cecconi's' restaurant, eating and drinking under the starts.
Not too expensive, unusual on Miami Beach,we were so well looked after it was really hard to leave!
Immaculate rooms and splendid facilities. Difficult to navigate your way through the premises but highly recommended nonetheless. Note that the outdoor pool has limited sunlight - particularly during winter.
Excellent brunch, pricey but where in Miami isnt? Would happily go back if ever in Miami Beach. Service was excellent, very attentive & i couldn't fault the quality of the food. It did take 15 minutes to get the bill but thats me being picky. Great overall experience.
Management sucks...We spent $170 for two peoplle to have Brunch and they won't let us walk through the pool area to reach the Boardwalk because the pool is "Private"
I won't step a foot in the Soho Hotel and will advise all Friends to avoid this Pretentious place.