Where are You Staying When Super Bowl LIV Comes to Miami? We Have the Details on Six Amazing South Beach Hotels

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Fontainebleau is South Beach’s largest hotel and one of the most stylish Miami is America’s most stylish and beachiest city.

The Super Bowl is America’s biggest party event.  And in February 2020, these superlative forces will converge on the same turf when Miami hosts Super Bowl LIV.
If you’re considering a trip to Southern Florida to attend the Super Bowl, or just to bask in the weeklong carnival surrounding the big game, South Beach is the Miami area’s hottest spot for trendy hotels and nonstop partying.
The odds are out for Super Bowl LIV, and the NFL’s championship moment is only seven months away, which means that now is the best time to make your South Beach hotel reservations.
These six South Beach hotels are all champs in their own right. Which one will be the home-away-from-home for your Super Bowl-bound group?
4441 Collins Ave
Fontainebleau has served South Beach as an iconic hotel and celebrity hotspot for decades. The sprawling oceanfront property features 1,504 lavishly-appointed, resort-style rooms and super-posh amenities. With 12 on-site restaurants, each with a dedicated bar, you won’t need to leave when it’s dinner time.
When it’s party time, head over to LIV, Fontainebleau’s onsite nightclub. The South Beach vibe is alive and well here amidst the latest club music and bright neon. And say “hi” to Puff Daddy if you run into him. The legendary rapper regularly throws posh parties at LIV.
W South Beach
2201 Collins Ave
Packing 312 oversized guest rooms complete with floor to ceiling windows, spacious bathrooms, and private balconies, you won’t want to leave after checking into W South Beach.
property’s pool adds to the fireworks. Take a refreshing dip or just relax and build your base tan on one of the designer loungers. Surrounding private cabanas provide a hip daytime chill spot for your group.
The relaxation continues at Bliss Spa, the W’s 7,300 square-foot signature oasis for massages, facials, mani-pedis, and a host of other treatments.
Hungry? There are also five restaurants here, and 24/7 room service is available.
Gale South Beach
1690 Collins Ave
A trendy 87-room boutique situated on the north end of South Beach, this throwback Art Deco Hotel received a stylish makeover several years ago.
The guest rooms here boast a beach-chic vibe with blue and white decor, walk-in showers, and sleek bathroom fixtures. Each room also features a generous 55-inch flat-screen TV, ensuring that you won’t miss a second of Super Bowl action if you throw a viewing party in your room.
Gale South Beach also has you covered when it’s party time. There’s a rooftop pool—the perfect spot for sun-drenched afternoon drinks—and a super cool basement nightclub with an endless playlist of 90s jams.
Mondrian South Beach Hotel
1100 West Ave
The Mondrian South Beach thrives on choices. You can select from a city or bay view. The suite-style guest rooms come in one and two-bedroom offerings. Some rooms feature kitchenettes, giving you the option of making dinner in or heading to the trendy on-site Asia de Cuba restaurant.
The pool bar here is the place to see and be seen during the hot Miami afternoon. But once the sun goes down, you’ll want to pop over to the appropriately-named Sunset Lounge to keep the party rolling.
The Confidante Miami Beach
4041 Collins Ave
The 380-room Confidante offers some of the best room deals for an upscale hotel on South Beach. Guest rooms here are tastefully decorated with colorful retro touches. The room views range from city to oceanfront, allowing you to choose the ultimate Miami vista.
The Confidante also boasts two on-site pools, multiple bars, and Bird & Bone, a southern-style restaurant helmed by noted chef Richard Hales. The super-friendly staff here go out of their way to ensure you have the best stay possible.

The Delano South Beach comes alive at night.

Delano South Beach
1685 Collins Ave
Another one of Miami’s historic Art Deco hotels, Delano has delighted visitors for decades with the quintessential South Beach experience.
The guest rooms here are quite spacious. Minimalist, stark-white motifs throughout the hotel allow natural light to take center stage. An oversized pool deck provides a welcome retreat when it’s time to kick back with a refreshing cocktail. FDR Lounge, Delano’s subterranean nightclub, is ultra-modern with a generous helping of beautiful partygoers.

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