As a first generation Cuban-American, Miami has always felt like a second home to me. It’s estimated that 34.1% of Miami’s population is Cuban, and because of this I’ve visited the city numerous times.
However, on my most recent trip to Miami I stayed at the Nobu Hotel and realized i’ve never done Miami quite like this. To say that property and service at the Nobu is beyond measure, would be an understatement. From the moment we checked in we were greeted with moist towelettes and a refreshing ginger tea—and that was just the beginning.
The property boasts an impressive 206 rooms, 3 pools and a spa but feels like an intimate boutique hotel. The ocean front view is breathtaking, even to the most seasoned of travelers. The interior of the hotel pays homage to Miami’s iconic art deco design but is intertwined with the asian inspired minimalism Nobu is known for.
While Miami is known for it’s eclectic nightlife, the Nobu Hotel is a retreat from the chaos of Collins Ave. Every time I came back to the hotel I was greeted by the sweet scent of Eucalyptus and an immediate sense of calm.
If you’re ever in the area, I highly recommend staying at this hotel or paying a visit to their immaculate lobby bar.
Until next time xx