Life House, Little Havana

Miami, Florida

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King Suite

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Little Havana

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Miami

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Bask in Havana vibes at a hip design-led Miami spot

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A hip new Miami boutique hotel blocks from Calle Ocho in Little Havana, with chilled-out vibes and a leafy Cuban-inspired cafe - includes two suite options

  • Housed in an art deco building painted a vibrant peach color, Life House, Little Havana has preserved the building’s character and filled it with Afro-Cuban art, lush greenery and elegant mid-century furniture. Recline in comfort, soak up this visual feast and take a snap or two to show off to your friends.

  • The company behind Life House Hotels has developed a digital platform that handles booking and check in, and if you’re feeling social, you can connect with your fellow guests on the hotel’s app - we suggest meeting up in the library, a cozy room all dark wood, leather seating and black and white flooring.

  • Feeling peckish and can’t be bothered peeling yourself out of bed? Flick the concierge a quick message through the app and food will be brought to your room. Otherwise, the Cuban-inspired cafe in the lobby makes for a soothing environment in which to start the day, as does the three-storey atrium, where natural light pools in.

Amenities

- Cafe
- Air conditioning
- Wi-Fi
- Wheelchair access

How to get there

Miami airport is just five miles away, making for a quick and inexpensive taxi ride. If you’d prefer to take public transport, take the line going to Dadeland South from the airport station and get off at Brickell, then transfer to the number 8 bus from the Brickell Station (East side) and take it to the stop at SW 7 St & SW 9 Av, which is just one block from the hotel. 

Good to know

The hotel's rooftop tropically overgrown rooftop haven will be opening in autumn 2019. 
528 SW 9th Ave, Miami, FL 33130, USA

Highlights

As its name suggests, Little Havana is the home of Cuban culture in Miami, and is known as being a vibrant, creative part of the city full of art, nightlife and good food. Stroll Calle Ocho, the main drag and heart of the neighborhood, where you won’t have to go far to find some of the best Cuban food Stateside. Your walk will be soundtracked by the music and banter of the locals, and if you keep walking (from the hotel) westward, you’ll come across what's known as Domino Park, where people have been gathering to playing dominoes for 30 years. If you keen for some time at the beach, South Beach is seven miles away.

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