Dream life Miami delivers the finest way to cruise through the South Florida rivers and streams. Enjoy the great view of Miami from your private crewed yacht, for comfort and safety we supply licensed captain and assistants. On request catering is available.
Scheduled to open in 2025, Dream Miami will be the hospitality and entertainment centerpiece of Riverside Wharf. Designed by CUBE3 architects and landscaped by Savino-Miller Design Studios, the project will enliven the historic Miami River.
The hotel is located in the heart of Miami’s best shopping and nightlife. Its design and decor draw from the city’s Art Deco heyday and offer luxurious amenities such as bespoke bed linens and Carrara marble bathrooms. Its Tierra Santa Healing House is a destination in its own right, featuring hammams, shaman-developed body-healing rituals, and technology-driven facial treatments from Biologique Recherche.
Dream Hotel Group has a design ethos that is all about creating individually-curated properties that form part of a unique narrative. Its latest project is a 165-key hotel designed for the waterfront of Miami. The ten-story property will be the centerpiece of Riverside Wharf, a hospitality driven entertainment complex along the Miami River in downtown Miami. It will feature six dynamic dining and nightlife venues and a 30,000-square-foot rooftop pool deck and nightclub with stunning skyline views.
30,000-square-foot rooftop pool deck and nightclub
When you think of South Beach, the image that comes to mind is a pristine pool deck surrounded by sexy people sipping margaritas and listening to hip hop. Unfortunately, these impossibly glamorous images live mostly in magazine spreads and daydreams.
Located in the heart of the Art Deco District, Dream South Beach is a party-focused, upscale property with 107 rooms and suites. Rooms are light and modern, with walk-in rainfall showers. The hotel also features a Mexican restaurant and spa with a full range of services.
If Studio 54 and South Beach had a love child, it would be this sexy outdoor lounge. It’s part ’70s nightclub, part Art Deco chic. Geometric cutout headboards and gold beaded chandeliers accentuate the glam vibe. The party starts with a free glass of bubbly on arrival.
Riverside Wharf restaurant
From trendy restaurants to new hotels, Miami’s hospitality industry continues to expand. Its latest venture is the Riverside Wharf, an ambitious project that will bring food, drink, and entertainment to a historic waterfront neighborhood.
The riverside complex will include a 165-room Dream Hotel, multiple dining and nightlife venues, and a private marina. Designed by CUBE3 architects and landscaped by Savino-Miller Design Studio, the site will offer unique vantage points of Downtown Miami and its storied river district. The project will also preserve the landmark Garcia’s Fish Market.
The developer behind the project, Alex Mantecon of MV Real Estate Holdings, is optimistic about its prospects. He believes that the project will attract tourists and locals to the riverside area, and fill a void for residents looking for things to do.
A thriving fitness business, this non-franchise gym has a loyal client base and a wide range of dynamic classes to keep members motivated. Its state-of-the-art equipment and unique training programs help clients reach their fitness goals while staying healthy and feeling great.
The company brings high-quality personal trainers into residential communities and corporate workplaces for a world-class fitness experience. Its services include group training, personal training sessions, and online coaching programs. The company also offers private yoga and barre classes.
The Brickell neighborhood of Miami is a business, shopping, and entertainment mecca. Its vibrant lifestyle attracts people from around the world. Its residents enjoy the perks of living in a modern skyscraper, including exclusive access to an expansive rooftop Sky Pool with panoramic city views and a spacious Sky Deck.
Located next to the hotel, Dream life Miami marina is a full-service boating and fishing facility with 400 slips. Guests can rent boats and book guided tours with local Miami captains. They can also relax on a private, half-day charter, allowing them to choose from a variety of activities such as snorkeling and beaching.
A Publix grocery store is less than a mile away, and several restaurants offer a range of cuisines, including Lucali for homemade pizza, Pubbelly for sushi, and Icebox Cafe for brunch and sweets. South Beach’s Art Deco Historic District is a two-minute walk away, while downtown Miami’s Perez Art Museum and Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts are a 10-minute drive without traffic. Guests can also catch a show at the nearby Sound Park Miami Beach.