Dream Hotel (Miami Beach, Florida.)

Dream Hotel (Miami Beach, Florida.)

I never have enough good things to say about my favorite city out of all the cities — but this unique luxury boutique hotel is in the heart of South Beach! Dream South Beach will not disappoint. Dream Hotel Brands is relatively new, and definitely worth checking out.

After a long work day, and driving from Orlando to Miami with one of my best friends we are pleasantly surprised whenever we pull up on Collins Ave to a friendly valet. The lobby of the hotel is very dark, and calm. The girl at the front desk was nice enough — gives us a couple glasses of champagne and we are on our way. The hotel has a few buildings, we are next door in the Tudor Building.

Enter: our room and a beautiful closet and shower are on the left side. Bathroom to our right. Open up the double doors and we have a sweet note, and a couple bottles of water and a beautiful bedroom. A chandelier makes the hotel feel so lavish, a very chic design.

The great thing about this hotel, like I’ve mentioned before is it’s local access to many things on South Beach. Everything is walkable. Upon arrival and checking out our room me and Tamare are already to hit the club. I mean it had been a long day for me ( I just did a PHL to MCO trip that was delayed, and I hadn’t seen my bestie in a while!, or maybe I’m just making excuses!) We walk over to 23 street (I think?) and have a great night out. We return back to the hotel, not too late, but around 3 am for a great nights sleep. Even though we only have one bed, it is comfortable and big enough for both of us.

The room was very romantic, especially for me and Tamare. LOL. When I had originally emailed the hotel for a collaboration, it was meant for me and a partner of mine. Even though to be honest me and Tamare had way more fun!

Only a block away from the beach and we are lucky enough to see a double rainbow!

We run around South Beach for the next day. The hotel offers beach chairs and towels, included in the daily resort fee. Which is less expensive than many of the other properties nearby! We didn’t spend too much time at the beach since we had spent the day before there, so we head over to the rooftop pool. It was about to start raining, but I assure you it was nicer than most pools at the hotels in South Beach. Small, but there isn’t a ton of space anyway, with a bar as well.

After a while, we decide to eat at the restaurant downstairs in our building. The Naked Taco. It was tasty and reasonably priced. I think I’ve ate at every restaurant around there and this one was great too! It was very convenient since we spent some time at the pool and were in need of some breakfast/brunch/lunch, whatever ya wanna call it!

Overall, even though I didn’t get a chance to stay longer than two nights, I really don’t have anything to say bad about the hotel. It was gorgeous, and definitely a gem in SoBe! You get the “Miami” experience with the Art Deco style building, but the modern-ness, of today!

Overall Nena’s Rating: 5/5

*All opinons are my own*

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