Brickell, which includes the Financial District, is home to the majority of the major corporations and large businesses in Miami. Along Brickell Avenue, you will find headquarters for major banks, real estate companies and law firms.

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Mandarin Oriental Hotel

From the Mandarin Hotel Group. This is considered the most luxurious(and expensive)of them all. The facilities are top notch and so are the staff (depending on when you go, their turnover is way higher than it should be for a luxury chain of this size and reputation). It is commonplace to find rappers and A-listers in the pool or walking through the lobby. It is also isolated on it's own island (Brickell Key) which to some seems more of a hassle than an amenity.

Four Seasons Hotel Miami

Has a large pool deck at the seventh-floor lobby level with a view of Biscayne Bay. This hotel takes more on a art approach to impress you, having some rare paintings and the decor to go with it. Expect everything you will from any other Four Seasons. In your expectations include that the staff will have the "Miami-tude".


A very popular Argentenian style food restaurant and bar. There are a variety of casual and fine dining options for you to choose from. This area has several luxury hotel chains due to its central location in Miami and its proximity Biscayne Bay.


The 'M' in this bar’s name refers to its martinis, and this bar serves over 250 of them. The dress code is "Miami Chic."

Hotel Urbano

An urban boutique hotel that features stylish accommodations and exceptional services.

Conrad Miami

Hilton's luxury chain.

SLEEP   —  1395 Brickell Ave


EAT   —  500 Brickell Key Dr

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