This hotel is located in downtown Miami’s Icon Brickell urban development center. It has a 300-foot infinity pool on Biscayne Bay and a lounge with a private rooftop pool. Linens and robes, an iPod docking station, and a 42-inch flat-screen TV with a film library are all included in the contemporary rooms and suites at W Miami. The rooms also feature fully-stocked kitchenettes, complete with a microwave and refrigerator. W Miami has an on-site spa that includes a water lounge. The lounge has a reflecting pool, hot and cold plunge pools, and a floating library. The W Miami’s fitness centre features state-of-the-art equipment and expert trainers. A seasonal American menu is served at 15th and Vine Kitchen and Bar with a view of the pool and Biscayne Bay. FIFTY Ultra Lounge offers wines and cocktails beside a private rooftop pool and a city view.
About this Destination
On the southeastern coast of the state of Florida lies one of the U.S.’s major cities, Miami. The second largest city in Florida, Miami is known for its rich heritage and many cultural influences. It is nicknamed the “Capital of Latin America” because of its high population of Spanish-speakers — Miami is the second largest U.S. city with a Spanish-speaking population. In fact, it is the largest U.S. city with a Cuban-American plurality. As of 2012, there were 1.2 million Cubans in greater Miami.
With 4 pools, an on-site restaurant, and a 24-hour fitness centre, there's something for everyone at EAST, Miami. Located in Brickell City Centre, EAST, Miami offers premium retail shops, a movie theatre, restaurants & bars, spas, and more.
Rooms and suites offer elegant decor with modern accessories, including floor-to-ceiling windows, a walk-in rain shower, and complimentary WiFi for guests. Each accommodation houses a spacious balcony and en suite tea and coffee-making facilities. All rooms include 50-inch, flat-screen TVs.
The 20,000-square-foot outdoor pool deck features 4 unique pool experiences, which include a lap pool, spa pool, cold plunge, and hot tub.
Miami is probably best known for its beach culture. There are other cultural aspects that the city is known for: from music to dance and from food to sports. When it comes to music, Miami is known for the Rumba and the Conga, brought here by the Cubans. Other music genres famous in the city are the kompa, zouk, Vallentano, cumbia, meringue, bachata, samba, reggae, steel pan, calypso and soca. \n\nMiami is also known for its parties with dance music such as modern electro or techno. The city is also known for Miami Bass, a high energy music genre. The city is well-known for its outdoor dance festivals such as the Winter Music Conference and the Ultra music festival. Apart from music and dance, the city is also famous for its exquisite cuisine, being a mix of American, Caribbean and Latin American cuisines morphed into what is called Floribbean cuisine. Being located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, seafood plays a vital role in the local cuisine.
English is the official language of Miami, but due to the large immigration of people from various Spanish speaking regions, Spanish is also a dominant language and is spoken by 60% of the population
Local currency is the U.S. dollar ($), which can be divided into 100 cents.
Weather and Climate
The climate of Miami, the southernmost and largest city in Florida, is tropical, with pleasantly warm winters and long and muggy summers. The average temperature ranges from 20 °C (68 °F) in January to 29 °C (84 °F) in July and August.