A gorgeous and intimate extension of the elegant Faena empire
How does an apartment-style hotel stand out in beautiful, Art Deco-driven Miami Beach? First, it needs a notable patron, which you have in Argentine hotelier Alan Faena, who purchased the property, restored its 520 rooms and christened it Casa Faena. The Mediterranean-style property features contemporary rooms, a sun-drenched courtyard and a garden terrace, where guests can relax and sip cocktails. Though on the western side of Collins Avenue, the beach is but a mere two-minute walk away.
Neighborhood: Think of Mid-Beach as South Beach’s more sophisticated cousin. Great dining and cocktail options attract a more sophisticated, artsy crowd but beautiful views and pristine sand remind you that you’re still in Miami Beach.
Broken Shaker: Amazing cocktails in the tropical courtyard of a trendy hostel
Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann: The famed Francis Mallmann delivers amazing grilled fare
Matador Room: Super chic Latin-influenced restaurant inside the EDITION
Time Out tip: Just next door is the Faena Forum, an event space where—every second Sunday of the month—folks roll around on the vibrantly painted floor during a free roller skating party.
|Venue name:||Casa Faena|
3500 Collins Ave
|Cross street:||between 35th and 36th Sts|
|Transport:||Bus 120, 150|
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