Life House opens new boutique hotel in South Miami Beach’s Fifth Ward

Tudor-style cottage by the beach is set to become Miami’s new hotspot

Tudor-style cottage by the beach is set to become Miami’s new hotspot

Life House has added another addition to its existing portfolio of luxury properties. The recently opened South of Fifth joins the brand’s list of historic hotels, designed to perfection for the modern traveler. Spotlighting the only example of Tudor architecture that exists around South Beach, the landmark that dates back to the 1930s helps bring an injection of classic glamor to the SoFi area. With the updated Tudor-style cottage just steps from the beach, the newly remodeled hotspot is poised to become the hottest oasis south of the Fifth Ward. Home to 26 luxurious bedrooms, with an alfresco garden lounge and garden patio, an indoor lounge that turns out to be an outdoor courtyard, and the recently opened restaurant and bar on the property, Pretty Swell, the property promises a unique stay. with each step.

Once guests arrive at the dream property, one enters the garden lounge that greets you on the front of the hotel, curated with a design narrative that brings the eclectic culture of the south beach through an artistic lens – just imagine the beach hut of your dreams with touches of mid-century craftsmanship. Depending on the size of the group, guests are accommodated in the 26 rooms including Queen and King rooms as well as modern Quad rooms which include four bespoke bunk beds for groups of friends traveling together. Alongside the main cabins, three specialist suites are highlighted. The Artist’s King Suite includes a large living room with a built-in vinyl player for good music vibes all around, the Family Suite which has a king-size bed and four bunk beds, and the Writer’s Studio which offers a specially selected collection of books, desk, and reading nook, all featuring standard hotel luxury amenities such as Le Labo bath amenities, Marshall speakers, and Revival New York luxury linens.

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“Our South of Fifth House is an eclectic craftsman’s retreat by the sea, with a daydream for the swell of the sea,” said Rami Zeidan, Founder and CEO of Life House. “We intend to celebrate the architecture of the iconic building while optimizing all spaces for the modern traveler who can spend the week working comfortably from their room or public areas, then hit the beach as soon as this weekend is over. Zoom call.”

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Alongside the opening of the hotel, Life House is also announcing the arrival of Pretty Swell, the new café-meets-cocktail bar on the ground floor of the South of Fifth. Following the opening of other restaurants created by Life House, such as Terras in Little Havana, Sister Ship in Nantucket and Wildflower in Denver, the new spot takes inspiration from some of the world’s major surfing capitals – for a fusion of a approach to beach culture with a flair for elegance, seen throughout the space that features indoor-outdoor dining with two alfresco enclaves and a dreamy garden patio. “We wanted to create a place with a vibe of come as you are at any time of the day. To this end, we have built a space where locals can come for coffee in the morning, stay for work sessions from the terrace and a healthy lunch, or meet friends for drinks and dinner in the evening,” says Rami Zeidan, CEO and Founder. of the House of Life. “Pretty Swell honors our love for the ocean by creating a multi-faceted sustainability protocol and a locally rooted narrative that our customers can relate to.”

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Located at 321 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, Life House, South of Fifth offers accommodations from $225/night. Reservations for Life House SOF can be found at lifehousehotels.com

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