The Miami Beach EDITION’s stunning pool is adjacent to Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Matador Terrace.
Perhaps more than any other South Beach property, the 294-room Miami Beach EDITION feels like a bona fide resort, with airy outdoor spaces anchored by a sloping green lawn that connects the historic pool to the new pool. The renowned design firm Yabu Pushelberg has created a case study in the luxury of white gloss (the lobby) and neutrals (the guest rooms), while star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten has put his own inimitable stamp on the property. The Matador Room is a gorgeous stage, as is the lush Matador Terrace with its hanging plants and poolside view. But equally surprising is Vongerichten’s casual Market at EDITION, a fun food hall that is part patisserie, part boulangerie and part salumeria. On the same level as The Ritz-Carlton chain (both are Marriott brands), the EDITION has warm and unflagging service. High rollers should know that the top-floor bungalow oceanfront suites boast roof-decks with plunge pools. And if you can’t get enough of this rising hotel chain, a new EDITION just debuted in New York City’s Flatiron District, as well. Summer nightly rates from $299, @editionhotels