September 7, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
SLS Hotel South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida
Collins Avenue newcomer SLS Hotel South Beach tops Miami’s “It List” for its celeb-studded restaurants and nightlife, the two elements that define the SLS brand. José Andres makes his Miami debut with The Bazaar, and acclaimed sushi chef Katsua Uechi brings a second high-profile restaurant to the mix. Cabanas at the beachfront club Hyde Beach are almost as sultry as the rooms – designer Philippe Starck modeled them like a modern-day boudoir of Louis XV’s mistress, with French furniture and mirrored ceilings.
The Atlantic Ocean glitters right out your window, but you might have a tough time deciding whether to leave your sumptuous room. Order room service with champagne for breakfast. Don a Valentino swimsuit and saunter through the halls of this former Art Deco palace. Claim a poolside lounge chair and order a Burning Mango cocktail made with Grey Goose L’Orange vodka, Serrano pepper and mango juice.
Location of SLS Hotel South Beach
Nearest Airport: PBI
Amenities for SLS Hotel South Beach
- General Information
- 140 Rooms and Suites
- 2 Restaurants
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Valet Parking
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Art Galleries
- Shopping Mall
- Cool Pools
- Spring Getaways
Reviews for SLS Hotel South Beach
I am staying here in 2 weeks and have tried to contact the hotel on numerous occasions beforehand with a few questions/ requests NO ONE is getting back to my emails (I have sent 5 now, everyone I have spoken with on the phone is rude and hung up/ put me on hold for 20 minutes/ said they will put me through to someone else and just hung up. I have stayed in top hotels around the world and have never experienced attitude and bad service like this, it sounds like I am speaking with disgruntled teenagers and I am seriously considering changing my hotel.
essextravels - London, United Kingdom
Beautiful room, excellent ammenities, clean. Good staff. Daily USD 35 resort fee does not include umbrella! If you need one, you have to pay an extra USD 20. Abusive. Be careful because they hold pool parties on sundays...if you don't want noite, avoid it.
Alessandra V - Sao Paulo, SP
I just completed a entire week at the SLS hotel in South Beach. Don't waste your time or money. I have had the fortune of staying at many hotels in Miami south beach over the last four years visiting my son who lives there. This experience at the SLS was the worst of all. First the rooms are small and accommodations like closets, hangers, pillows are not the best. If you want water after a walk in the 95' heat or after dinner don't expect any generosity. There were three of us staying and The hotel only said they had one water? Really? Go to Costco and buy water for your clientele. Our hair dryer was broken, our toilet was clogged and the air conditioning broke twice. The second time is when the engineer replaced the filter and ran the system until it worked. When I spoke to the manager she offered me two cocktails. I told her my children were underage. She then offered two appetizers. I asked which one of us ( we were a party of three) would not get an appetizer. She hesitantly offered three. Over the course of a week I had to call housekeeping every day for missing items after cleaning; hand towels, glasses and even toilet paper!!! This is unacceptable. If you want to feel like you are babysitting go here. If you want to feel more stressed than you did at home before your vacation. Go here. There will be plenty of situations where you will have to micromanage your vacation.
My wife and I stayed here for our Anniversary last week and were wow'd by the great service SLS provides. From check in to check out and everything in between they go above and beyond. Their service even extends outside of the hotel as after the concierge got us reservations at Prime 112 and as we are having a great dinner, the server unexpectedly brings us two glasses of champagne and tells us this is courtesy of the concierge at SLS.
Tony_Garrett721 - New Orleans, Louisiana
This place was probably cool ten years ago but now it feels like mutton dressed as lamb. We had a suite which was dirty and the AC wasn't working. The crowd by the pool seem pretentious and self obsessed. I guess we are in S Beach. Really poor effort by SLS S Beach. Not returning here.
Warren H - London, United Kingdom