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1901 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139 | South Beach | 305-695-3100
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Within the dynamic energy of South Beach Miami, Shore Club offers a fresh, modern vibe. Its spare, sensuous architecture comes courtesy of famed British modernist, David Chipperfield, its white-sand beach is a natural gift of the Atlantic Ocean and its non-stop pulse is generated by the most passionate tastemakers in Miami. The landmarked Art Deco hotel lobby, labyrinthine gardens inspired by Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech and the indoor/outdoor spaces that flow mysteriously and seamlessly through this South Beach Oceanside resort, offer the jet-set a luxurious playground for fun. Skybar, set amidst tropical gardens, has no shortage of space to contain the electricity of Miami nightlife. The legendary Nobu restaurant serves classic Japanese cuisine with a modern flair. Overlooking the pools, experience Terrazza, which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner both indoors and on the terrace. And, when a quiet moment is in order, guests can recharge at the luxurious South Beach Spa at Shore Club.

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