Tides South Beach, Miami | Mr&Mrs Smith hotels

Tides South Beach, Miami: hotel of the week

Tides South Beach, Miami | Mr&Mrs Smith hotels

Catch a glimpse of a glamourous bygone era (revived with modern perks) at the Tides South Beach hotel in Miami – a grand art-deco building with gleaming interiors and ocean views from every room. 

Style Classic SoBe sophistication
Setting Opulent Ocean Drive 

Tides South Beach, Miami | Mr&Mrs Smith hotelsWhy this week? We could really go for an expertly-muddled mojito served poolside right about now. Lucky for us, the Tides South Beach is making our Miami-dreams possible with amazing offers – such as 15 per cent off three-night stays and 20 per cent off four-night stays. Plus, a Mrs&Mrs Smith exclusive Suite special that includes breakfast for stays from May to September. Eggs benedict or pineapple granola on a beachfront terrace, anyone?

Tides South Beach, Miami | Mr&Mrs Smith hotelsOur favourite bits This pristine art deco hotel is elegant inside – glitzy, Fifities-inspired decor, generous rooms with sparkling sea views, a southern-influenced seafood restaurant – and out. Sink into a poolside chaise lounge for sun-bathing or a signature massage. Nab a lounger on the private stretch of glittering sand. Or slide up to the Coral bar – a Miami hotspot known up and down Ocean Drive – for a minty Miami Mojito.

Mr & Mrs Smith say… ‘Tides South Beach is like the cool kid in school who goes his own way. Instead of playing to the tourists with gaudy signage and kitsch tropical decor, this art deco damsel is coyly beautiful. Inside, a chic modern lobby features original travertine floors, porthole windows and gilded art. As we step inside, easygoing, friendly staff manifest from nowhere to spirit our bags away and ferry us upstairs. As if fleeing the winter torpor of New York weren’t enough, Tides slays us with a spectacular ocean-facing eighth-floor suite.’ Read the full Tides South Beach review

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Laura brings luggage-loads of experience as a seasoned wanderer to team Smith. Meanderings have included: a semester spent studying art history and carbo-loading in Italy; too many early mornings filming riveting government press events at the Pentagon and US Capitol for C-SPAN; a stint as a lumberjill splitting firewood in Maine; and several years penning commercials about everything from lawnmowers to contact lenses (one that was even parodied on Saturday Night Live). Prior to ditching Brooklyn coffee shops for our New York office, she was most recently chasing down stories for The New York Times, New York Magazine, and Martha Stewart Living.

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