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The Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club is one of the most centrally located hotels on Collins Avenue. From shopping with the well-heeled locals at the Bal Harbour Shops, to taking in the contemporary architecture of Mid-Beach, the most desirable destinations in Miami Beach and beyond are easily accessible from our boutique oceanfront hotel.
The Miami food scene is as hot as ever, especially as the weather continues to cool down in the evenings. Enjoy the eclectic menu and stellar South Beach views from the rooftop at Juvia, located atop the Herzog & de Meuron 1111 Lincoln Road building, then enjoy an after dinner stroll- down historic Lincoln Road Mall. For desirable local fare closer to home, be sure to explore the wood-fire flavors at our on-property trattoria Donna Mare, the fresh raw bar finds at Bungalow by the Sea, and stop by anytime for a cocktail or a bite at the Lobby Bar. Finally, for the Miami Beach bars that the locals keep coming back to, head down the road to enjoy the world-renowned cocktails and dining at Sweet Liberty and 27 Restaurant.
Bal Harbour Shops has been the center of chic Miami shopping since 1971, when shops previously only found on the Champs-Elysées in Paris or on New York City’s Fifth Avenue moved into the lushly-landscaped open-air mall. Newer to the scene, but with no less vision, the Miami Design District is a crossroads of art and fashion where more than 120 flagship stores including Balenciaga, Hermes, Fendi, Dior, Cartier, and Louis Vuitton, each creates an artistic expression of their brand through art. Closer to our oceanfront hotel in Miami Beach is the Lincoln Road Mall, offering approachable shopping and dining along an iconic palm-tree lined pedestrian-only promenade.
For families, the Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science offers multiple aquariums, a planetarium, and dazzling views of the Miami port and Biscayne Bay from its breezy main level. For history buffs, Vizcaya offers a glimpse back in time with a Renaissance-inspired Villa and ten acres of artfully curated Tropical gardens, with the gorgeous backdrop of the bay at every turn. Plus, for those simply seeking art, the History Miami Museum is a Smithsonian affiliate committed to exhibits highlighting the unique cultural crossroads that Miami has been throughout history.
The Perez Art Museum Miami boasts three floors of galleries and an outdoor hanging garden with stunning vistas, all housed in the museum’s critically acclaimed building designed by the Swiss architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron. The Bass is just a hop, skip, and jump from the Cadillac Hotel, and Miami Beach’s renowned contemporary art museum. Complete with historical context, The Bass is the previous home to the Miami Beach Public Library and Art Center, a 1930s Art Deco building designed by Russell Pancoast.