Browse Hotel Suites Costing Up To $60,000 A Night In Miami Beach

The world’s top art collectors, Hollywood royalty and billionaires descend on the Florida beach town for the annual Art Week celebration. Between their days shopping for expensive art and their evenings partying at the classiest soirees, guests rest and relax in some of the most beautiful hotels Miami has to offer.

Check out some of the most spectacular suites costing up to $60,000 a night during the show.

1. South Beach Hotel: $60,000 a night

1 Hotel South Beach’s luxury Sky Penthouse suite costs $60,000 a night during Art Basel Miami.

The suite, part of the hotel’s Retreat Collection, is two-story with four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, an expansive living area, kitchen, dining room, pool table, den, and rooftop terrace with sweeping ocean views.

Guests staying in the suite enjoy many perks, including complimentary airport transfers, a personal check-in guru, early check-in, late check-out and packing services.

W Hotel South Beach: $27,000+ a night

Staying in a penthouse suite at the W South Beach will set you back more than $27,000 a night during Art Week.

The luxury suites were renovated in 2020 as part of the hotel’s $30 million renovation.

Penthouse guests will enjoy perks including complimentary car transportation throughout their stay, 24-hour butler service, access to the Bass Museum, VIP tickets to Art Basel Miami, and entry to any of its exciting collaborative events hotel during Art Week.

The Four Seasons at The Surf Club: $26,000 a night

One lucky guest can stay at The Four Seasons in The Surf Club’s Marybelle Penthouse Suite for $26,000 a night.

Perks include welcome amenities tailored to guest profile or special requests, a welcome platter of champagne and fruit upon arrival, and a complimentary cabana during the day.

Guests also have the option of staying in the four-bedroom oceanfront suite for $25,000 a night. Those staying in the two-story suite will enjoy a stunning state-of-the-art fully equipped kitchen and customizable bedding, and can enjoy food and beverage options including the award-winning Champagne Bar and Michelin-starred The Surf Club Restaurant.

And thanks to the hotel’s new partnership with MOKE, guests have access to the hotel’s MOKE cars to get around Miami Beach.

The Ritz South Beach: $15,000 a night

The Ritz Carlton South Beach suite costs $15,000 a night during Miami Art Week.

The one-bedroom presidential suite has a sea view with a balcony, a plush huge living room, a dining room, a separate dining room and a beautiful marble bathroom. 

Guests have access to the club lounge, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, appetizers, dessert and cocktails. They can also book a connecting room to convert their accommodation into a two-bedroom suite.

Guests can also have complimentary business services and ironing facilities.

Fontainebleau Miami Beach: $10,000 a night

Guests staying at The Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s Trésor Tower Penthouse will have to pay upwards of $10,000 a night during Art Week.

The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom suite spans an entire floor of the hotel, offering a private escape.

Perks for guests staying in the suite include two 80-minute treatments at Lapis Spa, breakfast, butler service and a $1,000 yacht charter credit.

W Miami: $5,000 a night

The Wow Suite inside the W Miami in the bustling Brickell neighborhood costs $5,000 a night in the middle of Art Week.

The luxury suite includes two bedrooms, three furnished private balconies with views of the city or the Miami River, and floor-to-ceiling marble bathrooms with signature W amenities.

The Goodtime Hotel: $3,500-$5,000 a night

The Goodtime Hotel’s Arigato Suite costs $3,500 to $5,000 per night during Art Week — depending on the day — with the highest range during the weekend.

The luxurious accommodation features a king size bed, separate sitting area, large master bathroom, Bluetooth speakers and a huge 55 inch flat screen TV.

Guests staying on-site can also enjoy Ortigia toiletries, and the room gives a retro-chic feel with leopard-print benches and a pink rotary phone.

Pharrell Williams and David Grutman own the art deco-designed hotel and will offer VIP events and live music throughout the week.

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