5 Hautest Lounges in Miami Beach

Wall Miami Beach
Wall Miami Beach

Miami Beach is the party capital of the south.  Whether you’re into big fancy clubs or exclusive VIP lounges,  Miami Beach has it all.  Tap into the electronic music scene at Wall Miami or enjoy unique retro experience at Rec Room.  From celebrities to locals alike, Miami Beach has a place for everyone to dance all night long.  Here are five haute lounges that are the perfect for a night out on the town.

1) Wall Miami 

01Wall Miami is an exclusive lounge located right outside of the garden at the W Hotel on South Beach. Straying from traditional South Beach nightlife, Karim Masri and Nicola Siervo from KNR Group, created a venue that would provide an intimate spot for celebrities and locals to relax and escape for the night. Known for their VIP crowd, Wall hosts big-name DJs & the chicest celebrities from Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union, to Jamie Foxx. Its rich and elegant interior embodies the luxurious feel of Wall. It has proven to be the exclusive nightclub in the heart of South Beach.

2) Mynt


Mynt is a newly renovated nightclub that hosts top DJs, celebrities, and high-status locals. This Sobe club is an icon of Miami nightlife. Mynt is the place to be if you want to experience true Miami nightlife. Inside, you can find yourself surrounded by models and celebrities alike. Sexy photo murals line the walls of the club where partiers dance amongst each other while DJs spin high-energy house music. Reminiscent of the roaring 20s, Mynt is the meeting spot in Sobe for the social elite.

3) Rockwell


Rockwell brings the vibes of Los Angeles to Miami with an intimate boutique style club. Located on Washington Avenue in South Beach, Rockwell is reminiscent of Miami’s historical nightlight. The space formerly housed exclusive South Beach hotspots, Les Bains and Chaos. Owned by Chris Paciello, Rockwell Miami has become a South Beach Hotspot you don’t want to pass up. Known as the perfect addition to South Beach’s club scene, Rockwell has all of the luxury and sophistication you would expect to find in a South Beach club.

4) Rec Room


Rec Room’s 70s inspired retro feel is housed in the basement of the Gale South Beach Hotel. Operated by LDV Hospitality, the upscale yet unique space is an inviting space for locals looking for something a little different on South Beach. Rec Room’s DJ spins daily from the vinyl library while guests enjoy cocktails, in a much more relaxed than normal for a nightclub, environment.

5) The Basement


Basement holds the most unique concept for a nightclub on South Beach. Basement Miami is the place to express yourself in all the ways you’ve never done before. All about inclusivity rather than exclusivity, the nightclub features a dance floor, an ice skating rink and a bowling alley that is surrounded by a state of the art sound system. Created by world-renowned lightning designer, Patrick Woodroffe, a dramatic lighting system sets the mood of the nightclub with a serious sensory overload. Developed by Ian Schrager of Studio 54, the concept of Basement Miami is to embrace who you are and enjoy yourself. From dancing to skating, Basement Miami doesn’t mind if you are casual or dress up, they just want you to never be boring.