Interestingly, the Hotel Beaux Arts Miami is on the 38th, 39th and 40th floors of the 41-story JW Marriott Marquis Miami tower.
Another interesting note: the luxury hotels share a huge sports and entertainment complex housing the full-service Rik Rak Salon & Spa, an NBA-approved basketball court, a tennis court, a Jim McLean Golf School, a virtual bowling alley, a billiard room, a 3D media room, an outdoor pool and a Met 2 Fitness state-of-the-art fitness center.
According to the Marriott, the “Marquis” in this hotel's name signifies the ultimate in comfort, technology, personal service and amenities (think luxury bedding, in-room computers, a pillow menu). The 313-room sleek and modern hotel, which opened Oct. 25, is home to the largest ballroom in downtown Miami and to db Bistro Moderne, a French-American restaurant by Chef Daniel Boulud, winner of three James Beard Foundation awards. Nightly rates here start at $349.
The Hotel Beaux Arts Miami will offer guests an even higher level of luxury, as well as exclusivity and privacy. Its ultra-personalized services include an exclusive lounge, private check-in and a personal concierge. Its 44 guest rooms are filled with art and they feature Brazilian cherry dark hard wood floors; touch-controlled, illuminated bathroom faucets; iPads; and a luxury bedding and pillow menu. It's also the first hotel in Florida to be entirely outfitted with Bang & Olufsen in-room entertainment systems.
And of course, being so high up, the rooms offer amazing views of the city and/or the bay. The hotel is scheduled to open in mid-November, with rates starting at $400 per night.