Soho Beach House

4385 Collins Ave. | Miami Beach, FL 33140  [SEE MAP]Miami Beach, FL  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

Security done badly

Mar 4th, 2020

Had been really looking forward to staying at this hotel.... BUT...My trip was nearly ruined in the first 10 minutes, firstly our room was not ready upon check in time, for the price you pay to stay at this hotel i found that unacceptable... secondly the security guard who strolls around the hotel is so rude... the reception forgot to give us wrist bands on check in, so he questioned us and made us feel like criminals... again totally unacceptable for guests at a hotel to be treated that way... it’s not Buckingham palace! They also take everyones names around the swimming pool to check you should be there it’s so cringey and inappropriate. Pros: Danielle, she rescued our stay and upgraded us to a beautiful room and gave us complementary drinks, that lady really knew how to do customer service well. The rooftop bar was great, and the hotel smelt amazing. Hotel could be great, but needs to work on treating guests as guests and not making them feel uncomfortable with all the silly checks and security - very OTT and unprofessional. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4


Mar 3rd, 2020

This place has a great vibe for Miami. Don't expect great service, but finding good service in Miami is near impossible (besides the edition.) Soho beach house is def poppin and you're likely to see celebs if that's something you care about. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Trouble is: if not here, then where?

Mar 3rd, 2020

We are Soho House members from the UK and travel very regularly - however, we don’t regard staying in one of the houses as an absolute given, and often stay elsewhere. My last trip to Miami was 9 years ago (!) and I stayed at the Fontainebleau which was, and still is, really awful. It’s right next door, you will see and hear it immediately. I thought of trying 1 Hotel South Beach but fortunately avoided that too as it’s just another absolutely huge sprawling hotel. So the dilemma for people like me is - where can I actually stay?? This was a 2 night stop for me so I did a good chunk of research. The Beach House has some great advantages- we booked a beachside 1 room which was a huge apartment and had great views of the ocean. However, 3000 USD for 2 nights does not guarantee a good night’s sleep at all as the volume from the DJ was overwhelming at 2am, and we were 11 storeys high. As usual, breakfast was super (farmer’s table) and drinks etc all reasonable. This absolutely felt like a club for local members more than anything- we love to walk fortunately and spent both days out and about and avoided the beach beds and the pool which were very busy. Out of the 2 options I’d say the pool offers some degree of respite, but it’s quite sad that we felt we had to avoid being in the hotel. It’s actually crazy. I can’t see me rushing back to Miami any time soon, and if anyone can recommend a QUIET, luxury hotel which does not have DJs playing all day long at full volume it would be great. When you walk along the boardwalk you pass one hotel after another, all claiming to be ‘luxury’, which seem to compete in the volume stakes- it’s quite sad actually as it takes away from the natural stretch of sand and water. We had a similar issue with this in California in August and it’s not something you find in Europe - yes there are hotels aimed at the 20-30 crowd, but where do other Americans go to switch off and read by a pool??? Alaska maybe. In short - great room with all the usual excellent add-ons from Soho House. Just far too noisy and don’t get me started with check out and the posh cars clogging up the entrance drive.... TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Absolute must go for weekend brunch

Feb 17th, 2020

Very busy on a Saturday day but we went to the bar to have a drink while we waited for our table. The array of options at the all you can eat brunch was insane - meat, cheese, salmon, raw bar (shrimp, ceviche, etc) veggies, omelet station, pastas, salads, fruit, yogurt, entire dessert table, etc. It ends at 3pm and dessert table is closed by 3:30. They have a bottomless drink option which includes mimosas, rose, etc. Great service and ambiance. Highly recommend! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2

Weekend hotel guests beware..

Feb 8th, 2020

A fantastic 'see and be seen' vibe, beautiful location, fabulous decor and a comfortable feel which is familiar is you have been to any of the other international Houses. However, unlike the other houses, if you are a hotel guest you really feel like an add-on. The place is RAMMED with day guests on the weekend, with not a sun bed or pool lounger to be had - after paying more than $700 a night this is not remotely acceptable. It did get a lot quieter on the Monday, so if you avoid weekends it's a much better experience. Climate responsibility also seems to have eluded SohoBeach house - tiny plastic water bottles and individually plastic wrapped sugar cubes in our room and at Cecconnis??? C'mon Soho house you can do much bettter.... TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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