But one of the hotel’s most unique amenities has got to be the massive sports complex on the 19th floor with virtual bowling, an NBA-approved basketball arena and tennis court, and a Jim McLean indoor golf school offering personal instruction, golf simulators, putting greens and pro shop.
Starting accommodation rate for the first quarter of 2012 is $560.
around town Downtown Miami, Brickell, the Wynwood Arts District and the Design District are the new “it neighborhoods,” in Miami, so the Hotel Beaux Arts Miami makes for a perfect home base since it’s located in downtown and encircled by these very happening neighborhoods. Just a 5-minute cab ride away from the hotel, visitors can hang out at trendy Mary Brickell Village (tell fashionistas to take a cab, and not hoof it, lest those L.A.M.B. shoes get damaged along the way), where they’ll find hip shops and restaurants.
Also nearby is the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, which hosts a variety of shows. First-timers to Miami shouldn’t miss Bayside, where clients can shop along the bay, take short boat tours that cruise the ritzy neighboring islands—there are several to choose from—or book a deep-sea sportfishing experience (a good choice is Finway Sportfishing; fishfinway.com).
For the ultra-hip, there’s the Wynwood Arts District, home to over 70 galleries, museums and collections as well as a community-wide Art Walk the second Saturday of every month. There are several art walks throughout the South Florida area, but this particular one showcases some of the hippest and most cutting-edge artists in the region.
For more information, call (888) 717-8858 or visit hotelbeauxartsmiami.com.