Word of Mouth: Miami

From contemporary art to grilled cheese, some of our favorite spots to visit in Florida's magic city

Beyond the Art Deco buildings along Ocean Drive, Cuban sandwiches at Versailles, Wynwood Walls murals, and sunset cocktails at the The Broken Shaker, Miami has plenty of appeal—much of which isn’t on the “obligatory” list. While visiting the famous (and oftentimes delightfully cliche) spots in Miami is worthwhile, taking a deeper dive is always satisfying. From beautiful popsicles to an unassuming corner bar, contemporary art …

Miami Beach’s Faena District

A hotel, forum, shopping center and more for the cultured traveler

Occupying a stretch of beachfront land from 32nd to 36th Streets in Miami Beach (and reaching from the Atlantic Ocean to Indian Creek Drive), the Faena District comprises a series of architecturally captivating buildings, each with its own carefully considered mission. The hotel, aptly named the Faena Hotel Miami Beach, represents the heart of the destination and opened back in December 2015. One year later …

Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel in Miami Beach

Turning an Art Deco wonder into the latest waterfront destination

At the prime location of 18th and Collins in Miami, the Nautilus—a new destination from the SIXTY Hotels group—has opened its doors just in time for Miami Art Week. The 250-room Art Deco property rests beside the beach, but it’s the structure itself and what’s inside that make it a cultural wonder and an exciting new destination. Hotelier Jason Pomeranc took famed architect Morris Lapidus’ …