Townhouse Hotel Miami

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

150 20th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139, United States

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84%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
28%
108
Very Good
39%
146
Average
16%
63
Poor
7%
29
Terrible
6%
26

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Couples73
  • Solo71
  • Business77
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    Abbey Hotel
    A small, relatively inexpensive find in the burgeoning Collins Park district on the northern fringe of South Beach, the Abbey is a recently restored deco gem that's pure 1935. A pair of torchères originally found at Radio City Music Hall flanks the front door, as guests are immediately led into the elegant spirit of another time. The small, cozy rooms are quite charming, and many have views of Collins Park directly across the street—a rare bit of greenery on South Beach. In addition, the lobby has a very fine Mediterranean restaurant and intimate bar—both of which also feature park views—and the whole thing is just two blocks from the beach and a stone's throw from the new Bass Museum and Miami City Ballet. For an easy, secret haunt, what could be better?
    Rooms begin around $150
    300 21st St.; tel. 305/531-0031

    EASTERN SWANK
    Mandarin Oriental
    The superb Mandarian Oriental chain is the first in a series of ultra-high-end hoteliers to set up an outpost in Miami (the Four Seasons and the Ritz are coming soon, but that's another story). An extraordinary, supermodern structure on chic, secluded Brickell Key, the hotel is airy and cool, with 329 rooms featuring bamboo floors, Spanish-marble bathroom, furniture designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, and spectacular views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Miami skyline. Meanwhile, the on-site restaurant Azul has snagged the brilliant culinary talents of local chef Michelle Bernstein, who has gained international accolades for her dishes (don't miss the fire-roasted snapper filled with aromatics.) All in all, it's ideal not only for the business set (banking center Brickell Avenue is a short walk away), but for anyone who wants a luxe hideaway in the middle of the city.
    Rooms begin around $250
    500 Brickell Key Dr.; tel. 305/913-8288

    BIGGER, BOLDER, MORE LUXURIOUS
    Loews Miami Beach Hotel
    Two years ago, the gargantuan Loews chain opened a spectacular new property on South Beach, the first hotel to open here in almost 30 years. Happily, though it doesn't have the charm or authenticity of its neighbors, its architectural sensitivity makes it fit in nicely—its art deco tower has become a landmark on the town's skyline. Inside, everything is what one would expect in a grand convention hotel: marble floors, sweeping public spaces, and elaborate pools and landscaping. Truly in-the-know guests, however, stay in the adjacent St. Moritz portion of the property, which is a restored '30s gem that houses the hotel's better restaurant, the Gaucho Room, and bar.
    Rooms are over $200
    1601 Collins Ave.; tel. 305/604-1601

    HIP YOUTH HANGOUT
    Townhouse
    The just-opened Townhouse, mere steps from the beach, is one of South Beach's chicest new spots; a sleek, streamlined hangout that its owners compare to a hip dorm. Run by former Ian Schrager exec Jonathan Morr and designed by Christian Liaigre-trained India Mahdavi, the hotel is priced very competitively, with many rooms going for around $150 a night. Sparse and colorful, the guest rooms are adorned with funky touches like beach balls, condoms, and pull-out sofas for 'surprise' guests. On the roof is a solarium and glass-block sauna tower—the hotel's key visual motif—and downstairs is a southern outpost of the hip Manhattan sushi joint Bond St.
    Rooms begin around $150
    150 20th St.; tel. 305/534-3800

    A BOUTIQUE CLASSIC
    Astor Hotel
    Since its opening five years ago, the Astor Hotel has maintained its status as one of the Beach's chicest boutique hotels. A two-story art deco classic, complete with elaborate terrazzo and decorative details, the property was the venue of choice for Cameron Diaz and Matt Dillon when they were filming There's Something About Mary in Miami. A first-class restaurant, helmed by 'Caribbean Cowboy' Johnny Vinczencz, and a sublime tropical bar—with whirling ceiling fans and a view of the waterfall pool—make this worth a visit even for those staying elsewhere.
    Rooms are over $200
    956 Washington Ave.; tel. 305/531-8081

    SOUTH BEACH CHIC
    Delano Hotel
    Since 1995 the Delano has been the chicest hotel in town, renowned not only for attracting the world's most glamorous models, musicians, film stars, designers, and all-around fab people, but also for its much-copied Philippe Starck décor, which creates an Alice in Wonderland setting through oversized furniture, odd style combinations, and billowing white drapes. Guest rooms are entirely white-on-white, with a solitary green apple providing the only note of color. Back in the main lobby, have a drink at the Rose Bar, and then proceed outside to the pool bar so you can take in the divinely obscene display of indulgent aqua frolics, which can include anything from ordinary toplessness to acts just short of sex itself. Calvin Klein, Madonna, and Harrison Ford are all regular hotel guests.
    Rooms are over $200
    1685 Collins Ave.; tel. 305/538-7881

    ELEGANCE AND A SENSE OF HUMOR
    Biltmore Hotel
    The legendary Biltmore is the last of Miami's grand old '20s hotels. Modeled after the Giralda Bell Tower in Seville, the property is a masterpiece of Spanish Mediterranean architecture, complete with balconies, stone gargoyles, and theatrical stairways. The old-world elegance is palpable, but it's juxtaposed with a bit of Miami raffishness (the ghost of Al Capone is still said to haunt the tower suite he preferred). I like to hide out in the downstairs Gothic Bar—so cool and dark—then stroll around the upper terrace and out toward the massive golf course, one of the city's best. When on the grounds, look up and observe the sublime symmetry of the structure, as well as the ornate exterior detailing, such as the Cuban tiles just above the upper-floor suites.
    Rooms are over $200
    1200 Anastasia Ave.; tel. 305/445-1926
    www.biltmorehotel.com

    CHEAP AND CHARMING
    Clay Hotel & International Hostel
    South Beach's bustling youth hostel may be one of the best of its kind in the country, if only for its extraordinary location—right in the center of everything, and only two blocks from the beach. When you add in the building itself, with its charming '20s Mediterranean architecture, which, though modest, features such details as Cuban tiles and courtyards, the hostel/hotel can't be beat. The rooms are standard, but travelers from all over meet and share information that only this kind of enforced togetherness can provide (and everyone seems to hook up, sooner or later).
    Rooms begin under $60
    1438 Washington Ave.; tel. 305/534-2988
    www.clayhotel.com

    DESIGNER WHIMSY
    The Hotel
    In his first hotel project, designer Todd Oldham infused this property with his multicolored whimsy, from the lobby furniture—bright red and green curved banquettes—to the staff uniforms, which are loose, matching tie-dyed shirts and pants that blend the blues and whites of the sea and sky. Originally called the Tiffany when it opened in the '30s, the place is now The Hotel after its 1998 reopening and a subsequent—and extremely petty—lawsuit from the jewelers Tiffany & Co. Meanwhile, the hotel's restaurant, Wish, is among the city's finest; under Oldham's vaguely Turkish lamps, chef Andrea Curto sends out fresh, uncomplicated seafood and meat dishes (she has just been named one of the country's hottest talents by Food & Wine). Be sure to take the elevator to the roof to catch the view of the blue pool, overlooking the even bluer Atlantic.
    Rooms begin over $200
    801 Collins Ave.; tel. 305/531-2222
    www.thehotelofsouthbeach.com

    AN INTIMATE HIDEAWAY
    Hotel St. Augustine
    One of South Beach's largely undiscovered finds, this hotel opened last fall with little fanfare, befitting its chic and subtle style. Some of its hideaway quality may have to do with its blissfully untrammeled South of Fifth location, making it a favorite with world-weary fashion and magazine types. The rooms are extremely luxe, complete with steam rooms, CD players, and an exclusive line of soaps and bath oils. The bar is one of the town's most refined, if gossipy, venues. On certain nights, however, it can get a bit raucous, such as at the Wednesday Tangerine Lounge party, when everyone lets their hair down to classic '70s disco.
    Rooms in the $100 to $200 range
    347 Washington Ave.; tel. 305/532-0570
    www.hotelstaugustine.com

    OLD MIAMI BEACH GLAMOUR
    Fontainbleau Hilton Resort & Towers
    This is the most famous Miami Beach hotel of all. Morris Lapidus' masterpiece of '50s modern design, the hotel is associated with everything from the James Bond film Goldfinger (which was partly filmed here) to the glory days of the Rat Pack—when Frank, Sammy, and Dino would live it up here all night. Today, though the property has lost much of its swank due to an unfortunate face-lift (including ugly carpet on the original black-and-white marble floors), it still bubbles with activity, especially around the pool, which features cascading waterfalls, well-to-do families and a number of international swingers. Plus, the rooms, especially the upper-floor suites, can be immense (think Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard, which was also filmed here).
    Rooms are $200
    4441 Collins Ave.; tel. 305/538-2000

    KITSCH OF THE SIXTIES
    Suez Motel
    The outrageously kitschy facade of this Suez-mad motel—featuring 'Egyptian' lettering that could only have happened in the Miami of the '60s and a tableau of camels and Bedouins—takes me back to the days when family road-trip vacations reigned supreme. This cozy, comfy motel has rooms that one would expect: nothing fancy, but perfect for families who want to relive old road trip memories, or create new ones.
    Rooms are under $60
    18215 Collins Ave.; tel. 305/932-0661
    www.suezresort.com

    BEST FOR BUSINESS
    Hotel Inter-Continental Miami
    The top business hotel in town, the Inter-Continental is located minutes from the Brickell Avenue banking corridor and steps from the Bayside Marketplace waterside shopping and entertainment complex. The sprawling, skylit lobby is an ideal place for happy hour socializing amid cool marble and palm trees. Meeting spaces are large and offer great bay views; the upper-floor rooms provide superb vistas of the city, the beach, and the ocean. Although other types of guests who enjoy a more urban feel stay here, the Inter-Continental expertly caters to those who keep the city's financial engines humming.
    Rooms are over $200
    100 Chopin Plaza; tel. 305/577-1000
    www.miami.interconti.com

    SHOPPING CENTRAL
    Beach House Bal Harbour
    Bal Harbour is Miami's equivalent of Rodeo Drive or Fifth Avenue—a bonanza of high-end shopping featuring the most famous names on the planet. And Beach House, the ideal location for inveterate shoppers, is across the street from all those goodies (designer Michael Kors stayed here when he opened his Celine boutique). But that's not all: The hotel itself, designed by Ralph Lauren's team, is a vibrant, WASPy riot that could pass for a seaside retreat in Palm Beach or Connecticut. Step back into the Seahorse Bar for an après-shopping cocktail, and be sure to ask for the wasabi peas.
    Rooms are over $200
    9449 Collins Ave.; tel. 305/865-3551
    www.rubellhotels.com

    AN ART DECO CLASSIC
    The Tides
    The Tides is one of South Beach's true deco masterpieces, which at 12 (tall) stories rises higher than any other building on Ocean Drive. Entirely white and silver, it has the perfect symmetry characteristic of the late '30s, and a grand terrace that is perfect for dining and preening. Across the street from the beach, the hotel also features a meticulously restored lobby that simply aches of Astaire and Rogers: cool terrazzo floors, overstuffed off-white sofas, floor-through vistas of both city and ocean (complete with a telescope for spying on the better-looking beach dwellers). In-room blackboards are thoughtfully provided so that you can compose sweet-nothings to your companion.
    Rooms are over $200
    1220 Ocean Dr.; tel. 305/604-5000
    www.islandoutpost.com

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Another NY sushi restaurant hits Miami

by goingsolo about Bond Street

Bond Street is a sushi bar and bar located in the Townhouse Hotel. The restaurant is run by the same owners as the New York Bond Street and its service and food measure up to those standards.

The menu is virtually all sushi, with a few alternatives thrown in. Unlike standard sushi restaurants, Bond Street leans toward the exotic, or at least different, with selections of lobster tempura, amberjack and caviar rolls. Sushi rolls also come with various sauces that are sweet and/or spicy.

My only complaint about Bond Street is that its a small place, with few tables and it gets pretty cramped, especially for large groups sharing a few plates of sushi. But I think its the best sushi on the beach, especially since my beloved Bambu has closed, so the food makes up for the slight discomfort. Try all the sauces that come with the sushi, especially the spicy ones. And be sure to have a Green Tea Martini, or two if you're not driving!

Nice, Clean Boutique Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member pushdatgurl

My experience at the TownHouse Hotel was a pleasant one. Cute Hotel, near the beach, shopping, and excitement of South Beach. The Hotel was extremely clean. Room was nice size with minimal decorations. The wood floors carry noise very easily to the point were you can hear everytime the people above you walk. Good Price, Good Location, Nice Room. Needs a bigger bathroom with more room in the shower and more counter space to lay out your make-up and tolietries. I enjoyed my stay at the TownHouse Hotel and would return.

Martha Stewards Prison Cell

by A TripAdvisor Member

I am 22 years old and I stayed at this hotel thinking it would be a great hotel, cool, sleek and modern.

I can say that the front desk night shift person (Patrick) was a doll, he was helpful and great and front desk is modern and sluttry with candles and low key, HOWEVER,

the minute you get off the elevators the mini carpets in the hall ways are stained.

We walked into our bedroom which was tiny and smelled of smoke. The bed was not a full or a twin. It had a horrible view of the .99 cent store roof downstairs. The bed was something you would see in a prison movie not even a blanket to cover yourself with. The rooms was 10 X 10 .

This room would be what Martha Stewarts prison cell looked like when she was in prison. HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE. The Best Bestern, and Days Inn down the Street, have OCEAN VIEWS, Better and Bigger Rooms

Cheap'n'chic

by A TripAdvisor Member

Decent value - rooms are quite spacious with a fun rooftop patio (2 for 1 happy hour most nites). Noise does travel from room to room & there's construction directly across the road. Great location (beside the Shore Club) with easy beach access. All in all, a great deal for SoBe.

Cool Place - but construction and loud club ruined it

by TripAdvisor Member glasbcy

This has all the potential to be a super place. Very breezy lobby with minimal, but nice decorations. Our room was big, although very sparse and the shower was great. However, the noise from the club (Bond St. after 10pm was rocking in the basement) was unbearable until 3am. On top of it, there is construction all around the hotel across the street and the whole street was a mess. Stay somewhere else until they figure this all out. Also agree with other review about dirty carpets in hall. I was surprised at that. Breakfast is not breakfast - it's a snack.

Great, but no pool

by A TripAdvisor Member

Just got back from a Girls week-end at Townhouse. Location is perfect. Right off Collins, next to Shore Club, near shopping, beach, bars, etc. It is fun and young and clean and very well run. Love the free breakfast, coffee and helpful staff. Definitely a bit of a party place with music blaring in the evenings from the roof deck (great by the way!)...I would totally recommend for a group trip or fun week-end. Probably not family or romance friendly...but the value is great...even without a pool.

Great price and location

by A TripAdvisor Member

The townhouse is an ideal hotel if you are looking for a CLEAN, chic and in a great location. The rooms are very comfortable and and close to the beach. The staff is friendly and the overall was a wonderful experience.

A Cool Hotel for a Hot Night

by A TripAdvisor Member

"Cool" is a word that says so much about The Townhouse. From the stylish reception area, to the funky minimal rooms, and lush rooftop bar. We had picked the Townhouse as a suitable launch pad to the clubs and bars of South Beach. Yet once decamped on the water beds on the rooftop, we were permanent fixtures for the evening. The Townhouse is an affordable design hotel experience in a prime location that we couldn't have found without a website called Tablet Hotels, who not only have the best rates we've ever seen for such a great hotel but is both fabulously designed and easy to use. You may be disappointed with the content of the compilentary breakfast at the hotel, but not with the breakfast area with its long white tables lit with streaming natural light. Cool? No. Very Cool. Oh yes!

loved the Townhouse

by TripAdvisor Member raqazran

A local friend found us the Townhouse for our annual weeklong stay in South Beach. It's sparkling clean, light and airy, the staff are delightful, continental breakfasts are first rate (real espresso, cappucino and croissants)and it's in walking distance to everything. Hi tech sleek but not overboard. We've already reserved for January 2007. I just hope the gargantuan Setai doesn't swallow them up, as it did the wonderful Abbey Hotel (which is now office quarters and staff cafeteria).

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Address: 150 20th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139, United States