A new study has named Miami Beach as a world-class hotspot. And, to top it all Faena Hotel at Miami Beach has been acknowledged as one of the world’s hottest hotels for 2016. One of the leading newspaper published from Miami has eulogized the hotel saying that it nevertheless evokes the glorious days of Miami Beach in yesteryears, while another U.S. publication has effusively praised the hotel for offering style and fascinating views in South Beach.
A renowned U.S. publication CNN Travel has even gone a step further and described the beachfront Faena Hotel as having kept the memories of the circa 1948 Saxony Hotel alive while exuding modernism as well. Among other “hottest” hotels to be recognized in the United States include the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel and The Press Hotel in Portland, Maine.
Hotels in South Florida have always been quite popular and this isn’t for the first time that they have been widely recognized as such. Earlier, The Breakers in Palm Beach was prominently acknowledged as one of the 50 best hotels in the United States by U.S. News & World Report. Another popular magazine Travel & Leisure also accorded recognition to other South Florida hotels as well, including Sandpearl Resort in Clearwater Beach, La Playa Beach and Golf Resort in Naples, and Sunset Key Guest Cottages in Key West.
The newly-opened Faena Hotel harmoniously intertwines South American-inspired elements and theatrical art. Prior to its renovation, Faena Hotel formerly came into existence as The Saxony Hotel in 1948. The Faena Hotel has been exquisitely designed and carries the imprint of renowned Argentinian painter Juan Gatti which is appropriately reflected in “Cathedral”-like design lined with gold leaf columns and beautifully adorned with vivid floor-to-ceiling murals twinged with gold leaf. Among other major highlights of the hotel include a 100,000-square-foot beach playground Faena Playa, two restaurants including an open Fire Kitchen, 150-seat cabaret-style theater, and expansive spa named Tierra Santa Healing House.