Palihouse Miami Beach

Hotel Trouvail Miami Beach

The Vibe: Boho-beach.

The Area: On the Indian Creek Waterway, two blocks from the ocean in Mid-Beach. South Beach is a 10-minute drive.

The DNA: Originally the Greenbrier Hotel (and previously Palihouse), established in the 1940s, Hotel Trouvail is a super stylish, laid-back kind of place. Think a Chesterfield sofa, mid-century modern dining chairs, considered pastel hues, mismatched antique furniture, liberal use of nautical stripes, and plenty of plants. The French-inspired restaurant features a bar menu with hand-crafted and seasonal cocktails including French-inspired classics and South of France roses and bubbles, and guests can dine on French pastries, crepes, and salads for a French culinary experience. For wine lovers, there is a selection of more than 12 wines by the glass and several high-end sommelier selections featuring New and Old World wine regions highlighting French wine regions, including Rhone, Provence, Languedoc Roussillon, and more.

Suite-Me-Up: The hotel features a mix of king and queen accommodations, most with kitchenettes, that have been redesigned and renovated into an eclectic mix of contemporary and vintage spaces and furnishings with an eastern seaboard meets boho-Mediterranean inspired design aesthetic.

✅ free Wi-Fi in public spaces • size matters: 71 rooms (19-39m2) (210-420 sq ft) • hotel opened: 2019 • bathroom amenities: custom • pets allowed • parking possible on-site (charged) • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible

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