The Newly Renovated Plymouth Hotel: A Miami Beach Oasis
Once an art deco icon in the 1940’s, The Plymouth Hotel recently underwent a major renovation and is now one of Miami Beach’s most desirable destinations.
The intimate boutique property on Collins Park is near all the glittery South Beach draws, but offers a different Miami experience. Expect more of a chill, low-key vibe than most area hotels (no wild pool parties here). It’s one of Foodgōd’s secret spots to go off the grid and shut it down. Plus, there’s awesome sushi.
Vibe: Hip and luxurious, yet under-the-radar. The four-story hideaway was custom designed by NY-based designer Fernando Santangelo (of LA’s Chateau Marmont fame) to be “definitely tropical, but more South of France than South Florida.”
With just 110 rooms, this pristine property features modern amenities such as outdoor private terraces overlooking the pool and free-standing soaking tubs.
Eats: The Plymouth is anchored by Miami’s first Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, famed for its creative sushi and omakase, signature fried chicken, and elevated Japanese cuisine. And don’t miss the tiki-inspired bamboo lobby bar, which opens to a plush poolside courtyard oasis.
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Images courtesy of Plymouth Miami and miami.com.