On a stretch of what’s referred to as “Mid-Beach,” the private members-only club has brought a level of exclusivity to Miami with the opening of its 50-room, Latin-inflected property. (SoHo House operates as a private club, but hotel guests have a run of the premises.) For those familiar with the club’s amenities, there’s the Cowshed Spa, a rustic relaxation retreat, as well as Cecconi’s, which serves largely Italian fare in a scenic courtyard setting (light-adorned trees overhead, included). Rooms are generously sized, and in contrast to much of the minimalism seen elsewhere in Miami, feature gorgeously tiled Moroccan-inspired floors, raw concrete beams, and worn-in leather armchairs. A strip of private beach is lined with blue-and-white covered lounge chairs and Tiki bar, while the requisite daybeds flank the always-buzzing swimming pool.

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