Once you've found the entrance, you will then find yourself in a spacious, colourful lobby with a modern decor and an uncluttered design. As a whole, it does not feel very cosy. A beautiful aquarium in which you can watch see some sharks presides over this space. The hotel consists of a 15 storey building designed in a U-shape that encircles one of the 3 swimming pools. There is an infinity pool overlooking the sea, but the real winner is, without a doubt, the rooftop swimming pool, the only one of its kind in Miami. On Saturday nights, the large terrace plays host to great parties which are also open to the general public. Little sitting areas with sofas are dotted around the parquet floor terrace, and there are also four-poster beds and deckchairs on which to unwind.
If you are looking for somewhere else to relax, head to the spa for a treatment or a massage. The ambience here is North African and Moroccan, and the decor brings to mind the kind of scene you might find in One Thousand and One Nights. There are treatment and massage rooms reserved for couples. In short, the gym is simply mind-blowing. It is a supercharged set-up covering two floors, with music pumping over the sound system to help motivate you during your exercise session. There is even a DJ mixing tunes while you keep fit. Simply going there for a look is enough to make your jaw drop and even guests who are less sports-inclined are sure to be impressed.
The Gansevoort is one of the few hotels in Miami to have its own private beach with mattresses and parasols.
After all the work, it's time for a bit of fun. Come nightfall, two nightclubs open their doors, and the rooftop bar swiftly transforms into the place to be on a Saturday night.