4 new Mi­ami ho­tels

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NOBU HO­TEL MI­AMI BEACH

Dubbed as a ho­tel within a ho­tel, Nobu Mi­ami Beach oc­cu­pies the old tower of the Eden Roc ho­tel, built in the Mod­ern Mi­ami style in the 1950s. The Nobu Ho­tel Mi­ami Beach of­fers 206 rooms and suites, each with a nat­u­ral, beach house feel, from US$469 (£333) a king. As for din­ing, choose from the Ja­panese fu­sion dishes of Nobu Mi­ami, or Malibu Farm restau­rants. nobuhotelmi­amibeach.com

FOUR SEA­SONS HO­TEL AT THE SURF CLUB

The Surf Club was a fa­mous re­sort in the 1930s. The Four Sea­sons has taken it over and re­stored it to former glo­ries. Reign­ing over nearly 300 me­tres of white sand beach, the ho­tel boasts 77 gue­strooms, start­ing from US$563 (£399). It also of­fers pri­vate ca­banas priced at US$1,013 (£718) per night. foursea­sons.com

FOUR POINTS MI­AMI AIR­PORT

Sit­u­ated 7km away from Mi­ami In­ter­na­tional Air­port, this ho­tel ex­hibits a mod­ern, stylish de­sign and has 124 rooms start­ing from US$129 (£91). Geared to­wards the busi­ness trav­eller, it of­fers more than 300 sqm of meet­ing space and a busi­ness cen­tre. Guests can dine at the Cas­cada Restau­rant and Bar or grab ap­pe­tis­ers in the ho­tel lounge. star­wood­ho­tels.com

HY­ATT CEN­TRIC BRICKELL MI­AMI

Housed in the multi-use, 85-storey Panorama Tower, the tallest build­ing in Mi­ami, this ho­tel is Hy­att Cen­tric’s sec­ond prop­erty in the south­ern city. It fea­tures 208 rooms, each with pri­vate bal­conies. Guests can en­joy Cuban-in­spired cui­sine at Cana Restau­rant and Lounge on the ho­tel’s sec­ond floor. Prices for a king start from US$220 (£156). brick­ellmi­ami.cen­tric.hy­att.com

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