Nobu Hotel Miami - Where Contemporary Japanese Beach House Meets Miami Modern
Vibrant and progressive, sophisticated and serene, Nobu Hotel Miami Beach delivers the perfect blend of unpretentious luxury and unforgettable dining. Born following a breath-taking transformation, visionary architect David Rockwell recreated the iconic, Morris Lapidus-designed building into this remarkable beachfront resort. Offering 206 guest rooms and suites - Nobu Hotel Miami Beach is a temple of relaxation and style in neutral, honey hued palettes.
Along with its idyllic location, Nobu Hotel Miami Beach offers a private pool perched above the ocean, tranquil spa, state-of-the-art fitness center and three penthouse suites offering panoramic views of the glittering Miami skyline and an endless Atlantic Ocean.
60" flat screen TV
24-hour in-room dining from Nobu Miami and Malibu Farm
Nobu private bar featuring Japan’s most popular sweets and Chef Nobu’s wines and sake;
Nobu signature bed by Simmons with pillow top
Fili D'Oro linens
Daily turn-down service
Media hub with Bluetooth technology
Waterfall rain head showers with teak benches & handheld fixtures
Luxurious terry robes
Natura Bissè amenities
Adjustable lighted mirror
Italian marble floors
Individual temperature control
Butler services available at an additional cost*
Holistic wellness is key to the Nobu Hotel Miami Beach experience. Esencia Wellness features a spa and fitness center to inspire personalized renewal, deep relaxation and refined treatments for the mind, body, and spirit.
Nobu Hotel guests may take an advantage of complimentary access to spa facilities. Enjoy the hydrotherapy circuit that has whirlpools, plunge pools, saunas, and hydro-experience showers. The relaxation lounge offers floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the resort and peaks of the ocean.
Sunday - Thursday | 10 AM - 6 PM
Friday - Saturday | 10 AM - 7 PM
Spa hours are subject to change, please call to verify.
Our professional Meetings and Events team at Nobu Hotel Miami Beach will seamlessly manage every aspect of your corporate event, from preliminary arrangements to in-room audio- visual equipment, along with creative meal breaks between sessions. The hotel's flexible ballroom spaces are designed as stylish and beautiful areas that are also tech enabled, making them ideal for large conferences and receptions.
Nobu Hotel Miami Beach is ideally located in Miami Beach, a mere minutes away from Lincoln Road, Ocean Drive, Wynwood Art District, Bal Harbour Shops, offering convenient access to Miami and Fort Lauderdale International Airports and providing the perfect destination for business travelers looking for team building experiences.
Born and raised in Saitama, Japan, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa served a rigorous apprenticeship at a respected sushi bar in Tokyo. It was not long before his dreams of seeing the world moved him to open a sushi bar in Peru. A classically trained sushi-chef, Nobu was challenged by the new culture and regional ingredients, which kindled his inventive style, known today as Nobu Style. After three years in Peru, Nobu moved to Argentina, then home to Japan, then on to Alaska, before finally settling in Los Angeles. Nobu opened his first restaurant in the United States, Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills, California, in January 1987. Matsuhisa was an instant success and became a magnet for food lovers and celebrities alike. It was here that his longtime friendship and business relationship with actor and director, Robert De Niro, began. It was at De Niro’s urging that together they opened the very first Nobu in New York City in 1994 with restaurateur, Drew Nieporent.
With such a magnificent collection of restaurants, it is no wonder that Nobu’s restaurants have been so widely honored. Nobu awarded Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation (1995) and Three Stars by Ruth Reichl of the New York Times (1995); Nobu Next Door awarded Three Stars by Ruth Reichl of the New York Times (1998); Nobu London awarded One Michelin Star (1997); Nobu Fifty Seven awarded Three Stars by Frank Bruni of the New York Times (2005); Nobu Berkeley St. awarded One Michelin Star (2005); Matsuhisa Beverly Hills and Nobu Las Vegas awarded One Michelin Stars (2007); Nobu San Diego awarded One Michelin Star (2008).
Nobu currently operates 38 restaurants spanning across five continents.
Welcome to superfood Chef Helene Henderson’s culinary world. Malibu Farm boasts simple farm-to-fork dining that is fresh, organic and locally sourced whenever possible. Nobu Hotel Miami Beach is the restaurant’s newest outpost, directly overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. From the pea and pesto couscous, to the grass-fed beef sirloin with chili cherry tomatoes, the thoughtful menu invites guests to delight in the beauty around them. An extensive selection of wines and hand-crafted cocktails can be enjoyed at the long bar or within the spacious dining area.
We are delighted to welcome Chef Helene’s next restaurant at our Nobu Hotel Los Cabos, debuting in 2018.