King & Grove Tides South Beach Rating: 4.5 Pearls
Starting at about 550 square feet -- twice the size of most Art Deco hotels in South Beach -- every room at the Tides comes with a perfect ocean view. The bright, beach-tone color palette and organic textures by Kelly Wearstler work well with high-end comforts like the 42-inch flat-screen TV and free movies from the Tides' DVD collection. The marble-coated bathroom comes with Molton Brown bath products and a deep soaking tub -- a rarity in South Beach.
The Angler's Boutique Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls
Sporting a neutral decor from interior designer Wallace Tutt -- the same man who worked on Gianni Versace's South Beach mansion -- these large rooms offer subtle nods to the hotel's Art Deco history, like graphic upholstery. Among the perks: Aveda , plush bathrobes, a 48-inch plasma TV, and personalized "business cards" with your name and direct-dial room phone number. Plus, unlike at most South Beach hotel rooms, the rooms are actually quiet, thanks to quality noise insulation and soundproof windows.
The Setai Miami Beach Rating: 5.0 Pearls
Enormous -- even the standard studio rooms range from 582 to 610 square feet -- and richly decorated with dark teak floors, a built-in sofa, and a black granite soaking tub in the common area (not the bathroom), the Setai's rooms feel more like Hong Kong than sunny South Beach. Features include an a Bose CD/DVD surround-sound system, a plasma TV, and a Lavazza espresso machine. In the bathroom, there's a sexy rainfall shower with floor-to-ceiling black tiles and toiletries from Italian perfumer Laura Tonatto.
Shore Club Rating: 4.0 Pearls
The Shore Club has the same all-white color scheme as the Delano, but its are considerably larger and have to maximize space. come stocked with everything from to . are large and contain a separate and , along with eco-friendly . Plus, the carpetless concrete aren't as cold as you might imagine.