The Shore Club

South Beach, Miami

The hotel

Redefining cool on Miami's South Beach, Shore Club combines classic minimalist design with quirky twists. Designed by famed British architect David Chipperfield, the hotel features grey terrazzo floors, white walls and white fabrics accented by flashes of colour such as cone-shaped lampshades in funky colours like emerald green, gold and purple. The ground floor, leading all the way to the beach, is one seamless adult playzone. Under every potted tree and around each column, there's a funky but cosy collection of stools, chairs, couches and tables. The lighting is low, with hundreds of candles; the music is eclectic; and the design is a mix of ethnic styles that contribute to the culture of chilling out.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Beachfront location
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Overlooking the beach in the heart of South Beach.

Hotel information

309 rooms, 70 suites, 7 private bungalows, a penthouse and a beach house. All with flat-screen TV and on-demand films, iPod docking station, telephone, WiFi internet access, hairdryer, Mexican sandstone bathrooms with wet rooms ensconced in glass and designer bath products. Superior Rooms have views of either the city or couryard, with 1 king-size or 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Side Sea View Rooms are larger and have private balcony with partial views of the Atlantic Ocean, and either 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Ocean Front Rooms enjoy spectacular views of South Beach and the Atlantic Ocean from a private balcony, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

2 elevated infinity swimming pools. 24 hour fitness centre. Spa at Shore Club*. Complimentary bicycles. Watersports* on the beach.

Valet parking available, from $42 per night (payable locally and subject to change).

Terrazza at Shore Club (Italian restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). Skybar with 2 distinct areas: Rumbar, (serving 75 different rums) and Redroom Garden (tropical landscaped outdoor living room).

WiFi (included in resort fee).

This hotel has a resort fee of $39 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change).

Resort fee includes use of the following amenities - 2 complimentary chairs on the beach - Complimentary use of hotel bikes - Daily use of fitness centre - Unlimited local phone calls - Complimentary bottle of water on arrival - Complimentary 15-minute skin consultation in the spa - Signature cocktail in the garden - Wireless internet. 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

  • Excellent (2177)
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  • Poor (306)
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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Outdoor areas are great

Sep 16, 2020 243lenan

Great art deco hotel with good rooms and amazing outdoor space - the pool and garden. Very charming with a nice cafe. The pool had music and D.J. The beach was great as well. Great location close to everything.
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Jul 27, 2020 Gigi_kj

A great location and hotel. Great room and fitness area. Beautiful pool and steps from ocean. Walking distance to a lot of places. Would recommend and go back. Great area for active people. Fun walkway and great people watching. Lots of restaurants.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great stay on the cusp of COVID-19

May 26, 2020 nickdawit Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

My wife and I stayed at the Shore Club from March 9th to the 12th leaving just a few days before the country went into full-blown shut down mode due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This was not our first time staying at the Shore Club, in fact we have been coming to the Shore Club for years dating back to when it was owned by Morgan’s Hotel Group and… Read more
My wife and I stayed at the Shore Club from March 9th to the 12th leaving just a few days before the country went into full-blown shut down mode due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This was not our first time staying at the Shore Club, in fact we have been coming to the Shore Club for years dating back to when it was owned by Morgan’s Hotel Group and Shorething Sunday’s was one of (if not the best) pool party in South Beach. Since then the hotel has gone through many changes from ownership, to staff, to almost being converted into condos (very glad that didn’t happen) but even through all those changes it has always managed to keep its charm :) This was a really tough stay to rate being that we were on the cusp of COVID-19 being labeled a global pandemic yet the hotel was at full capacity in the midst of spring break. That said, even though my entire stay was very stressful (for unrelated reasons i.e. the stock market) the hotel management and staff were fantastic and made us feel at home (as always). We arrived early and even though our room wasn’t ready we were able to change, store our luggage and lay by the pool until check in. During that period I stopped by the front desk to check if there might be another room that was ready and the young woman at the front desk insisted that we wait for the room she had assigned us as it was a great room. I trusted her and she wasn’t wrong. We were assigned room 1762 which was supposed to be a Partial Ocean View King Room which actually had a FULL Ocean view with a nice little balcony, tucked away in the corner of the hallway. As in most Shore Club rooms, the decor was clean, modern and minimalistic with more than enough space for our luggage and in typical Shore Club fashion a massive bathroom with great shower pressure (worth noting). We were also surprised by a delicious bottle of champagne and fruit basket when we finally checked in which was the perfect cherry on top (thank you!!). Our favorite part about the Shore Club is the landscaping and the pool. Throughout the entire hotel there is lush landscaping and an abundance of plants and flowers that add to its Art Deco charm. The pool (in my opinion) is probably the best pool in South Beach based on size, amount of chairs and daybeds, along with amount of sun exposure (it matters, trust me). Amongst the lush greenery around the pool you might even be able to see a couple lizards or iguanas roaming around. As is with most pools in South Beach you have to go through the pool attendant to get a chair and Elijah was there every day to take care of us with a big smile. The pool bar staff is also always attentive. Luis ,one of the bartenders, has been there for years and is always a pleasure to chat with when we are there. The food has also stood the test of time - their chicken ceasar salad and burger being two of our all-time favorites. The one complaint I would have about the pool staff during this stay is that the servers were not very attentive and were rarely making rounds, even though most days the pool was packed. Aside from spending time at the pool and in our room we didn’t do much else at the hotel during our stay - therefore I cannot comment on the gym, Diez y Seis restaurant, or the beach staff. What I will say is that one very neat feature that seemed to have recently been added is the VIP concierge. Upon checking in we received a text from the concierge introducing himself and telling us that he was at our disposal. On Wednesday morning, we asked if he could get us dinner reservations at Baoli - which was a big ask as Wednesday is their big night - and after making some calls he was able to secure us a table for two which was fantastic. All in all we had a great stay even with everything going on and I will add as a last note that even before the pandemic was announced the hotel was diligently cleaning all public areas on a very frequent basis for which I commend them for being proactive. Read less
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Apr 19, 2020 Dana007 Boston

This hotel is not new. If you keep that in mind, it's a great deal. Large active pool with food and drink service. There is also a sectioned off area for hotel guests on the beach with chairs and umbrellas. Walking distance to Lincoln Road and infinite restaurant and bar choices. Quick and friendly check-in check-out service. Quick valet parking… Read more
This hotel is not new. If you keep that in mind, it's a great deal. Large active pool with food and drink service. There is also a sectioned off area for hotel guests on the beach with chairs and umbrellas. Walking distance to Lincoln Road and infinite restaurant and bar choices. Quick and friendly check-in check-out service. Quick valet parking service. Read less
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Apr 16, 2020 HeatherG86 Harlington, United Kingdom

We stayed here for 3 nights, comfortable room and pleasant reception staff. We were disappointed with the price of the drinks and snack type food for what it was a lot of cash. There were a lot of young people ? Spring breakers who took command of the pool areas, however the beds were about 3 inches off the ground and almost impossible to get on… Read more
We stayed here for 3 nights, comfortable room and pleasant reception staff. We were disappointed with the price of the drinks and snack type food for what it was a lot of cash. There were a lot of young people ? Spring breakers who took command of the pool areas, however the beds were about 3 inches off the ground and almost impossible to get on or off if over 30! Location is the winner here easy bus access in either direction Read less