In signature Edition fashion, the interiors are washed in white-and-gold.
Situated between South Beach and North Beach, Ian Schrager’s 294-room property sits on 3.5 acres on Mid-Beach's Collins Avenue. In signature Edition fashion, the interiors are washed in white-and-gold. Chaise loungers dot the beach just steps from the hotel while teak lounges and cabanas are more private hangouts by the two pools. The Tropicale offers an eat and play option—choose between alfresco dining and ping pong in the restaurant’s sandbox, and be sure to cool off with a TropicAle, the bar’s namesake beer. If guests are looking for a more traditional meal, the hotel is home to two Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurants, the Matador Room and Market at Edition. Matador’s menu is made for sharing, and is inspired by Spanish, Caribbean, and South American cuisines. Inspired by the food bazaars in Madrid and Barcelona, the black walnut paneled Market features a patisserie, boulangerie, and a salumeria serving sandwiches and fresh juices. The clean-lined rooms are outfitted with light oak paneling, ceramic side tables with Beats Bluetooth speakers, and white linens. Marble bathrooms come with rainforest showers and custom-made Le Labo bathroom amenities. Basement, the hotel’s entertainment hub, has an ice-skating rink, bowling alley, and a micro-club that pays homage to Studio 54—all equipped with special effects by renowned lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe, who's worked with everyone from the Rolling Stones to Beyoncé.