Mandarin Oriental, Miami
Accepts Multi-Use Cards
Accepts Single-Use Cards
500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, FL 33131 United States
An adjacent beach club, an exclusive stretch of waterfront, flexible meeting and event venues, an infinity-edge pool, and kids' activities are among the hotel's amenities. The Spa at the Mandarin Oriental, Miami, provides its own exotic setting, complemented by an international, holistic-inspired menu; the tri-level complex also offers 18 private treatment rooms, a full-service fitness center, and a boutique. The lounges were completely redesigned in 2010, and treatment rooms are complemented by spacious Spa Suites on the second level, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Biscayne Bay. Adding to the hotel's stylish vibe are panoramic water and city views that can be enjoyed from the cocktail bar, the six VIP spa suites, and the chic guest rooms.
SERVICES & CLASSES
Designed with subtle accents of bamboo, rice paper, and glass decor, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental, a Forbes Travel Guide Five Star-award winner, offers a tranquil, soothing ambience. The 15,000-square-foot spa occupies three levels, with 18 private treatment rooms, including six VIP suites—two couple's suites, one Thai massage suite, and three private suites with sunken tubs—with unparalleled views of the bay. Separate men's and women's facilities include sauna and steam areas, as well as experience showers.
In addition to a range of body treatments, facials, nail care, and teen-tailored services, the holistic spa menu offers signature Mandarin Oriental staples such as Oriental Harmony and Time Rituals™, plus exclusive treatments like the Kundalini Journey, a 120-minute ritual combining several massage techniques with color and sound therapies that was developed by the spa's own team of therapists, and the Thai Herbal Compress Ritual, a luxurious massage that donates a native tree to the Everglades National Park for each treatment bought.
FACILITIES & AMENITIES
DINING & FACILITIES
Facilities & AmenitiesIn addition to its holistic treatments, the Spa sports a fitness center equipped with cardiovascular equipment and a team of personal trainers. Outdoor yoga classes are also available, and golf and tennis facilities are nearby. More leisurely afternoons can be spent sunbathing the hotel's private beach or swimming in the outdoor infinity-edge pool, overlooking Biscayne Bay and the city skyline. At night, there is the 100-plus selection of clubs, restaurants, boutiques, and celebrity sightings that make up South Beach. The Art Deco District, Villa Vizcaya, and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts are known for their architecture and culture, and shopping is a popular pastime in the surrounding area. The charming Mary Brickell Village, lined with chic restaurants, boutiques, and entertainment venues, is located within walking distance, and the hotel offers its own high-end Shanghai Tang and Karma boutiques.
Rooms & Dining
Mandarin Oriental, Miami, has 326 guest rooms, 31 of them suites, all of which offer balconies with bay and cityscape views. A harmonious balance between colors, texture, and materials are evident in the elegantly chic decor, while 10-foot-tall ceilings and bamboo and Spanish-marble tile accenting the bathroom provide a sophisticated feel. Rooms come with luxurious modern touches like iPod docking stations, Illy coffee machines, and wireless Internet access. One of the most high-end of accommodations, the Mandarin Suite, features its own private spa, as well as a gourmet kitchen.
Azul, the urban resort's signature restaurant, has an open marble kitchen and French-Asian fusion. A wine sommelier is close by to recommend suitable meal accompaniments from the 700-plus collection of vintages. At La Mar by Gastón Acurio, guests can dine on Peruvian specialties. Two waterfront terraces provide sweeping views, while inside, interactive dining experiences can be found at the cebiche, anticucho, and cocktail bars. MO Bar + Lounge hosts jazz and international Latin performances on weekends.