Nobu at Eden Roc

Miami Beach, Miami

The hotel

Crafted and cultivated by world-famous Japanese chef, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Academy award-winning actor, Robert De Niro, the Nobu Hotel brings a one-of-a-kind experience to the shores of Miami Beach. Nobu Hotel Miami Beach delivers the unique chemistry and perfect balance of luxury and fun, in a setting that merges Eden Roc’s iconic Miami Modern architecture with Chef Nobu’s signature style. Four luxurious pools and an exclusive Nobu pool and lounge, along with spa and fitness facilities, provide the perfect means to get into the Miami lifestyle. Of course a visit here would not be complete without dining at the famed Nobu Restaurant & Bar, and the highly acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant Malibu Farm.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Beachfront location
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Along Collins Avenue, known for being home to some of Miami’s most exclusive hotels, nightspots and beach clubs, putting you right by Miami’s sands. Driving time from Miami International Airport: 20 minutes.

Hotel information

206 guest rooms and suites. All with individual air-conditioning, 60" flat-screen TV, High-Speed WiFi, gourmet coffee machine, steamer, complimentary tea, Nobu private bar (fees apply), Nobu signature bed by Simmons with pillowtop, daily turn down service, media hub with Bluetooth technology, sitting area, waterfall showers, bathrobes, safe, and telephone. Nobu Deluxe King Rooms have 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 3 adults and 1 child.

Nobu Junior Suite King Rooms have 1 king-size bed and a rollaway bed*, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child.

Valet parking $48 including tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).

Nobu Restaurant Miami Beach (sushi and Japanese-Asian fusion). Malibu Farm Miami Beach (fresh, organic, local, cocktails with spectacular ocean views). Lobby bar (chilled cocktails and light bites with live music on weekends). Aquatica (pool bar with locally sourced dishes). Café Inez (hot drinks, smoothies, soft drinks and baked goods, salads and sandwiches). 24-hour room service*.

4 swimming pools and whirlpools. Poolside cabanas*. Beach chairs and towels (included in resort fee). Wellness spa (included in the resort fee; hydrotherapy circuit with whirlpools, plunge pools, saunas and hydro-experience showers). Salon services*. Fitness centre with classes. Bike rental*. Table football. Volleyball. Table tennis. Cornhole and latter golf (upon request).

WiFi (included in the resort fee). Concierge. Boho Hunter Boutique.

This hotel has a resort fee of $35 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change).

Resort fee includes use of the following amenities - High Speed Internet Access - 24-hour fitness centre access - Access to fitness classes - Beach chairs (2 per day) - Domestic and toll-free calls - Bike Rental -Complimentary in-room coffee and tea set up - Turn down service - Priority Reservations at Nobu Restaurant - Nobu beverage cart: Complimentary beverages per room, once a day and one beverage per person. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

*Denotes local charge.

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

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Apr 13, 2021 Bgatsby Los Angeles, California

I was visiting from LA thinking I was going to have an experience similar to Nobu Malibu. This is far from a "five star" hotel experience, They basically slapped the Nobu name on a 3.0 star hotel and the customer service was horrible for the $700/ per night price. The front desk was nonresponsive for a majority of the trip. It took two days… Read more
I was visiting from LA thinking I was going to have an experience similar to Nobu Malibu. This is far from a "five star" hotel experience, They basically slapped the Nobu name on a 3.0 star hotel and the customer service was horrible for the $700/ per night price. The front desk was nonresponsive for a majority of the trip. It took two days to get an extra pillow to the room and they are only cleaning rooms every four days due to Covid. If you are booking to have a luxurious experience look elsewhere. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Mostly good, would absolutely stay again at the right price

Apr 10, 2021 msamandab Palm Beach, Florida

Second time staying at this resort- first time was in a lovely renovated room at Eden Rock with an amazing ocean view, and this time at Nobu Hotel. I love the location of this hotel. Although I did stay this time during COVID, I am delayed in writing this review as I stayed November 2020. From the looks of it, the hotel fell apart during 2021… Read more
Second time staying at this resort- first time was in a lovely renovated room at Eden Rock with an amazing ocean view, and this time at Nobu Hotel. I love the location of this hotel. Although I did stay this time during COVID, I am delayed in writing this review as I stayed November 2020. From the looks of it, the hotel fell apart during 2021 spring break time, but that was not my experience. Both times I found the front desk staff SO friendly and was upgraded both times with a smile. However, what everyone says is true- the Nobu check in desk is closed and that really takes away from the experience; additionally there is ALWAYS a line at the check in. I LOVED our room- it was sparkling clean, large, well appointed, and we enjoyed housekeeping each day seamlessly. I did see that many reviewers reported air conditioning problems and I did experience the same. It took two different maintenance men to solve the issue, but they were very kind and it was resolved. We enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at Malibu Farms and it was wonderful and very fairly priced. Moreover, the staff at the restaurant were very hospitable and friendly. I do agree that the use of the Nobu pool is nothing special- there was no attendant and it was full of towels left by earlier guests. It does not feel well kept or special in the least (albeit the great views). This is a great area of opportunity as otherwise you are sharing the pools with Eden Rock guests which takes away from the boutique experience. Lastly, many guests mentioned how difficult it was to reach the front desk and this is very true. It took me many times to reach them each attempt. I can understand how guests in the spring encountered more severe issues in the areas I mentioned as they were areas needing improvement during a slower time. However, I loved our well decorated, sparkling clean room and the kind front desk staff (once you reach them). I will say that this is not on par with the Nobu Hotel in Malibu and others, but it is also less costly aside from peak times in my experience. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating AMAZING EPIC and UNFORGETTABLE!

Apr 7, 2021 LeoDlovestotravel

Wow. That's the first thought that comes to mind when I think of the Nobu Miami Beach. My friends and I stayed here in February to celebrate my birthday. We all had the most amazing experience! The facilities were beautiful, clean and welcoming. During COVID, cleanliness and safety are obviously a priority for everyone. Everything from our room,… Read more
Wow. That's the first thought that comes to mind when I think of the Nobu Miami Beach. My friends and I stayed here in February to celebrate my birthday. We all had the most amazing experience! The facilities were beautiful, clean and welcoming. During COVID, cleanliness and safety are obviously a priority for everyone. Everything from our room, the pool, beach, and restaurants delivered a polished and clean environment in which we felt safe which made us all very happy. The staff - all stars! Everyone from Front Desk, beach attendants, Housekeeping, F&B servers and valet were welcoming, friendly and thorough. Each staff member made it a point to make us feel informed while at the same time made sure we were having a great time. The part that blew my mind was their follow up. Most of the time staff doesn't care to ask how was your experience, etc. But each encounter I recall the staff member would ask how was your night, how was lunch, how is your room, etc. LOVE it! I can't thank the Nobu team enough as this truly was an unforgettable trip that would not have had the same impact if we had not stayed at Nobu Miami Beach. I highly recommend you stay here!!! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Amazing Customer Service

Apr 6, 2021 BD312310

My rental car had a flat tire. The valet manager, Alex Lopez, went above and beyond by immediately offering assistance to help change the tire. He stayed beyond his overnight shift to help me out, all with an amazing attitude and genuine helpful gesture. He is your MVP at Eden Roc.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Avoid at All Cost - Hotel Not As Advertised

Apr 3, 2021 JOBU270 Ridgewood, New Jersey

This is NOT a boutique Hotel but charges Boutique rates. The Nobu Hotel is part of the Eden Rock Resort which is a very large property. The amenities are shared between both resorts, Pools/Beaches/staff/front desk, etc. The very small NOBU pool was overrun with guests from "Eden Rock" and others who were not hotel guests of either property. The… Read more
This is NOT a boutique Hotel but charges Boutique rates. The Nobu Hotel is part of the Eden Rock Resort which is a very large property. The amenities are shared between both resorts, Pools/Beaches/staff/front desk, etc. The very small NOBU pool was overrun with guests from "Eden Rock" and others who were not hotel guests of either property. The staff are overwhelmed with Tour Groups and more than half of the property was closed for these tour groups. They "claim" on their website to be a small luxury hotel, however it is a mid-level mass market property that is overwhelmed with people. Nowhere on the Nobu Hotel website do they disclose being part of a large mass market "Eden Rock" property. The NOBU Hotel Front Desk was closed and all are forced to use the "Eden Rock" Mass Hotel desk for check-in, and any service issues. It took 2 days to get the attention of ANY manager on site to voice our complaints and upon doing so, no satisfactory accommodation was made. We were repeatedly told No manager was on premises or available. I messaged the Hotel Manager on LinkedIn asking for her help as I did not have their e-mail address with NO response! The pool and beach are a free for all with NO staff managing chairs, access, etc. The "private" beach is full of non-hotel guests who brought coolers, handles of liquor, snacks sandwiches to the beach and there was NO enforcement or staff to manage non-hotel guests from being on Beach, Pool, and taking up chairs, space, etc. Lunch, drinks and any service at the beach or pool was a multiple hour wait for anything. One day the bill was presented by the server at the beach for lunch we ordered before the lunch even arrived, which took over an hour to be delivered. Tried to re-locate but spring break in Miami and other resorts sold out. We are on-property for one more evening and I will be disputing my bill at check-out and if not accommodated, will dispute with Credit Card Company. We were charged for a boutique hotel at Boutique hotel rates and received mass market , low end service and 50% of the amenities areas closed for tour groups. The only positive I have for the review is the room itself was clean and nice. We are in Miami and mostly outdoors so only showered, slept and changed in the room so not much of a consolation for a disaster of a very poorly run property. We visit, eat and stay at other Nobu properties around the world Vegas, Malibu, Mykonos, Chicago Etc. and Nobu would be embarrassed to have licensed his name to be on the Miami Beach Property. I will update with pictures of the closed amenities, massive (Non-Hotel Guest) crowds and outcome of my dispute upon my return home. Read less