South Beach may be the new capital of American cool, but all the celebrity-spotting comes at a steep price – rooms in this most in-demand of holiday destinations can set you back several hundred dollars a night. Enter the Townhouse, where prices aren’t as absurdly low as they were in the first months after opening, but still quite a bit more accessible than some of the hottest of the hot spots. And this one succeeds where others have failed — some shabby-chic hotels come off a bit more shabby than chic, but the Townhouse (rather like the Standard) makes the most of its budget constraints.
The design is heavy on white, in the prevailing boutique style, but with bold dashes of red to break up the monotony, avoiding the art-gallery pretension of the typical monochrome hotel room. Beach balls and funky furniture, as well as functional touches like self-service laundry machines, mean the atmosphere is more stylish beach house than boutique hotel.
What our Guests say:
Townhouse is cute, has Bond Street sushi downstairs and is typically great value. ♥ The Town House is great, very trendy place. Don’t loose the Sushi and the rooftop: amazing sunset view.
Guest rooms are easily arranged to meet all merchandise room needs, and hair and makeup rooms are specifically blocked for lighting. Clamp lights are also on hand for quick fixes, and talent and VIP rooms are well looked after.
The Rooftop Lounge Sushi Bar: Undoubtedly one of the hottest and coolest places on the beach during the day, at night the rooftop transforms into one of South Beach’s hottest social scenes, with rocking roof parties Thursday and Saturday nights.
Many international production teams have stayed at Townhouse for castings and photo shoots as: Elle, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Macy’s, Hugo Boss, Nike, Campari and much others.
24/7 Front Desk Cable/Satellite TV Concierge
Direct Beach Access Drinks Famous Restaurant
Fitness Centre Free Wi-FI Mini Bar
Non-smoking rooms Not Pet friendly Room Service