An Art Deco luxury design hotel, COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach is a 74-room Miami hotel in the heart of the Miami Beach historic district, occupying an original 1930s building and overlooking America’s most iconic beach.
COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach delivers the perfect blend of rest and revelry, urban modernity and period charm by way of light-filled rooms, a COMO Shambhala Urban Escape, and leading edge interiors by the Italian designer, Paola Navone.
The hotel has direct access to the beach and a private swimming pool, two restaurants, and a COMO Shambhala Urban Escape spa.
Located on Collins Avenue and 24th Street, the views stretch across the Atlantic to the east or the Intracoastal Waterway to the west, flooding rooms with Miami Beach sunshine.
Interiors are by the Italian designer Paola Navone, who preserved the hotel’s art deco heritage and contrasted it with an urbane, contemporary spirit in shades of peppermint green and dusky grey with surfaces of cool white marble and shining chrome.
Traymore, the hotel’s headline restaurant, offers fine Floridian seafood and the signature Traymore Bar showcases over 30 artisanal gins.
The COMO Shambhala Urban Escape Spa features four treatment rooms and a rooftop hydrotherapy pool.
As one of the finest examples of Art Deco luxury hotels that Miami Beach has to offer, COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach takes many of its aesthetic cues from the elegant 1920 and 30s.
Geometric silhouettes, playful tones of pastel pink and sea-foam green, cool marbles and shining chromes accent each of the hotel’s 74 rooms.
Yet the hotel is not defined by its vintage roots. A contemporary spirit runs through every shape and surface, including the sleek simplicity of the in-room technology. Thus modern edge and old-fashioned charm collide to create a fresh Miami style, flooded with natural light.
Miami’s restaurant scene achieves new heights at COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach: the restaurants immerse you in Miami Beach’s energy.
Whether you are feasting classic Floridian Seafood at Traymore restaurant or grazing on ‘crudo’ in a poolside cabana, there remains one paramount commitment: locally sourced, quality ingredients and an ‘old fashioned’ service that recalls Miami’s golden age of Art Deco.
Chef Ilde Ferrer heads up one of the most acclaimed menus in South Florida at the Traymore restaurant, while gin and cocktail aficionados can enjoy creation from our mixologist at Traymore Bar.
Traymore is one of the most highly-acclaimed restaurants in South Florida.
Chef de Cuisine Ilde Ferrer has devised forward-thinking yet timeless menus featuring classic Floridian seafood dishes and American favourites.
In the evening the atmosphere is vibrant as the tables spill out from the lobby onto the terrace. For lunch and dinner, this same venue is a bright and breezy destination for some of Florida’s best seasonal seafood, including stone crabs, Key West pink shrimp and yellow tail snapper.
At breakfast, freshly baked pastries, natural homemade juices and fruit among other delicacies are some of the suggested items to start a healthful, COMO day.
TRAYMORE GIN BAR
Among bars in Miami Beach, Traymore Gin Bar is a bright and contemporary space, shot through with classic Miami spirit. Located in the buzzing hotel lobby, shades of pastel pink and pistachio contrast with the streamlined, geometric silhouettes of the Art Deco building.
Traymore Gin Bar’s dedicated Gin Club serves Miami’s best premium and super- premium gin drinks, featuring over 30 artisanal gins. Signature cocktails, Champagne, wine and a selection of spirits and beers, served by expert staff against a laidback soundtrack, will help make this one of Miami Beach’s most eagerly anticipated nights out.
COMO SHAMBHALA CUISINE
COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach offers some of the healthiest cuisine in Miami via our signature COMO Shambhala Cuisine concept.
Where possible we source organic, Floridian produce from land and sea, working with the freshest ingredients that are rich in living enzymes, vitamins and minerals. COMO Shambhala Cuisine is available during breakfast in the Traymore Restaurant, in-room and poolside dining.
COMO Shambhala Cuisine juices and blends are available at dining outlets throughout the day.
WELLNESS & SPA
COMO Shambhala Urban Escape provides a holistic experience for greater health: all treatments and fitness services are paired with an energizing nutritional diet – all menus include a healthy COMO Shambhala Cuisine and Wellness Juice selection.
The facilities, located on the eighth floor of COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach features four treatments rooms, a relaxing COMO Shambhala terrace, steam room, experience showers, a hydrotherapy pool and fitness room located on the roof.
COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach, is located on Collins Avenue, which is home to many of the city’s iconic Art Deco buildings. It is also close to the white sands of world-famous South Beach. This iconic neighbourhood is representative of Miami at large, with its diverse population and strong Latin flavour, flamboyant spirit and huge appetite for fun.
As a guest of COMO Metropolitan Miami, you’ll benefit from a concierge team who can give you access to these different seams, with up-to-date insider knowledge.
Miami, Florida, United States 🇺🇸
Sun-kissed beaches and art-deco beauties make an alluring backdrop to Miami’s other charms – a burgeoning arts scene, creative cuisine and blazing nightlife.
Architectural Jewel Box
Even if there was no beach, Miami would still have undeniable allure. The gorgeous 1930s hotels lining Ocean Dr are part of the world’s greatest collection of art-deco buildings. Tropical motifs, whimsical nautical elements and those iconic pastel shades create a cinematic backdrop for exploring the streets of Miami Beach. Of course, you don’t have to see these architectural beauties at arm’s length. Lavishly restored, Miami’s art-deco and mid-century modern hotels are also the playground for locals and out-of-towners alike, with sunny poolside terraces, artfully designed dining rooms and plush nightclubs.
Creativity, Miami Style
Chalk it up to Miami’s diverse population, or perhaps its love of always being on the cutting-edge. Whatever the reason, creativity is one of the great hallmarks of this city. From art and design to global cuisine, Miami remains ever on the search for bold new ideas, which manifest themselves in surprising ways. You’ll find brilliantly inventive chefs blending Eastern and Western cooking styles, sustainably designed buildings inspired by South Florida ecosystems and open-air galleries where museum-quality artwork covers once derelict warehouses. The one constant in Miami is its uncanny ability to astonish.
Nights in the City
When the sun sets and the brilliant colors of a South Florida sunset fill the sky, that’s when the best part of the day begins for Miami’s party people. By moonlight, all the magic of the city unfolds, in its salsa-filled dance halls, swanky candlelit lounges, and rooftop bars with sweeping views over Biscayne Bay and the glittering city skyline. While there’s plenty of bling on display, Miami has something for all, from backyard bars full of indie rockers to hidden dens of debauchery concealed behind neon-lit taco stands.
The Great Outdoors
Few cities are as blessed as Miami when it comes to natural beauty. Sparkling shores lapped by aquamarine waters set the stage for a memorable array of adventures, from sunrise strolls along peaceful stretches of Mid-Beach to scenic paddles in search of manatees off Virginia Key. You can look for colorful bird species while walking the trails of Oleta River State Park, or simply enjoy some downtown greenery while lounging in Bayfront Park. With year-round sunshine, and a love for celebration, the open-air is also where Miami’s biggest parties unfold – whether at massive music and dance festivals or the neighborhood fiestas that pack Miami’s cultural calendar.
Florida, United States 🇺🇸
A hundred worlds – from magic kingdoms and Latin American and Caribbean capitals to mangrove islands, wild wetlands and artist colonies – are all contained within this flat peninsula.
Maybe there’s no mystery to what makes the Florida peninsula so intoxicating. Beaches as fine and sweet as powdered sugar, warm waters, rustling mangroves: all conspire to melt our workaday selves. We come to Florida to let go – of worries and winter, of inhibitions and reality. Some desire a beachy getaway of swimming, seafood and sunsets. Others seek the hedonism of South Beach, spring break and Key West. Still more hope to lose themselves within the phantasmagorical realms of Walt Disney World® and Orlando’s theme parks.
Within Florida’s semitropical wilderness, alligators prowl the waterways, herons strut through ponds, manatees winter in springs and sea turtles nest in summer. Osprey and eagles, dolphins and tarpon, coral-reef forests, oceans of saw grass: despite the best efforts of 21st-century humans, overwhelming portions of Florida remain untamed. In a nation where natural beauty is often measured by topography, flat Florida is underappreciated by outdoors fanatics, but here you can paddle a kayak over the back of a sleeping Jurassic-era alligator, and meet loggerheads and manatees underwater, eye to eye.
While many know Florida for beaches and theme parks, few understand that this is one of the most populous states in the country, a bellwether for the American experiment. And that experiment – and this state – is more diverse than ever. From rural hunters and trappers in the geographically northern, culturally Southern climes, to Jewish transplants sitting side by side with Latin arrivals from every Spanish-speaking nation in the world, it’s hard to beat Florida when it comes to experiencing the human tapestry at its most colorful and vibrant.
Culture By the Coast
Tan, tropical Florida is smarter and more culturally savvy than its appearance suggests. This state, particularly South Florida, has a reputation for attracting eccentrics and idiosyncratic types from across the US, Latin America and Europe. Many of these folks, and their descendants, have gone on to create or provide patronage for the arts, as evidenced by enormous concert spaces in Miami, a glut of museums on the Gulf Coast, and a long, literary tradition – Florida has produced more than its fair share of great American authors.