Soho House was founded in London, in 1995, as a private members’ club for those in film, media and creative industries. Soho House has since expanded to include Houses across Europe and North America, as well as restaurants, cinemas, spas and hotels. If you’ve ever stayed in one, you know how fabulous they are…
Soho Beach House is a private members club, hotel and spa located on the historic site of the Sovereign Hotel. The site has been redesigned and expanded to include a 16-story oceanfront tower in Miami Florida.
Overlooking the ocean, the House includes 50 bedrooms, a private beach, an expansive Cowshed Spa and gym. There are two pools, indoor and outdoor dining, secluded gardens, a screening room and Cecconi’s open to the public.
Soho Beach House has fifty bedrooms situated over fifteen floors. There are six categories of rooms, all of them combining vintage furniture and vibrant textiles to create an aura of South American glamour in the heart of Miami.
Beachside Rooms – from $625
The Beachside Rooms are split into four different categories, offering an array of views and layouts.
Bayside – from $500
There are 16 Bayside rooms in the original building boasting expansive views of the Intracoastal waterways, bay, and Miami skyline. Measuring between 420 and 580 square feet, the Bayside rooms are filled with an abundance of natural daylight throughout the day while the sunset serves as a backdrop in the early evening. Connecting Bayside rooms are available upon request.
Side – from $400
There are three Side rooms in the Beach House’s historic Art Deco building. These intimate and cozy rooms measure 350-400 square feet.
All bedrooms have access to free Wi-Fi and HP wireless printing.
Address & Details:
Soho Beach House
4385 Collins Avenue – Miami Beach, FL 33140
(786) 507 7900
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