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Mapping the 10 Hottest Hotels in Miami Beach

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With another lovely South Florida winter in the rearview, let's take a look at the movers and shakers in the Miami Beach hotel scene.

We mapped the city's top ten hotels, according to Trip Advisor reviews. Are you surprised by some?

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Metropolitan by Como

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This chic art deco-style 72-room hotel is on the northern edge of South Beach. The location is ideal, considering it's not too close to the wildness and is walking distance from some hot restaurants and nightlife.

Carillon Miami Beach

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The revamped Carillon Miami Beach on 68th Street and Collins Avenue is highlighted by a 70,000-square-foot, indoor-outdoor wellness space that offers such amenities like a thermal experience and ice tavern treatments.

W South Beach

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W South Beach continues to sustain its popularity as a hotel and spa destination as well as nightlife spot.

Faena Hotel Miami Beach

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One of South Beach's newest hotels, Faena's art deco-inspired rooms and high-end eateries are attracting guests in swarms.

The Setai Miami Beach

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The swanky Setai was one of four Miami hotels -- and the only one on South Beach -- to receive five stars in Forbes' 2016 travel guide.

Z Ocean Hotel

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Coming in at sixth is the all-suite Z Ocean Hotel located in the heart of South Beach at 14th and Collins Avenue.

The Shepley Hotel

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The 29-room boutique hotel is one of the more affordable options in the area.

Jefferson Suites

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Here's a unique boutique hotel in the central part of South Beach with five suites, each with full kitchens. Reviewers raved about the central location and kitchen.

Redbury Hotel

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The Redbury is a boutique hotel with all of its rooms featuring record players with a vinyl collection curated by Capitol Records. It also has a rooftop pool.

The Angler's Boutique Resort

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Anchoring the list is the Angler's Hotel, which offers both complimentary Wi-Fi and access to Equinox.

Metropolitan by Como

This chic art deco-style 72-room hotel is on the northern edge of South Beach. The location is ideal, considering it's not too close to the wildness and is walking distance from some hot restaurants and nightlife.

Carillon Miami Beach

The revamped Carillon Miami Beach on 68th Street and Collins Avenue is highlighted by a 70,000-square-foot, indoor-outdoor wellness space that offers such amenities like a thermal experience and ice tavern treatments.

W South Beach

W South Beach continues to sustain its popularity as a hotel and spa destination as well as nightlife spot.

Faena Hotel Miami Beach

One of South Beach's newest hotels, Faena's art deco-inspired rooms and high-end eateries are attracting guests in swarms.

The Setai Miami Beach

The swanky Setai was one of four Miami hotels -- and the only one on South Beach -- to receive five stars in Forbes' 2016 travel guide.

Z Ocean Hotel

Coming in at sixth is the all-suite Z Ocean Hotel located in the heart of South Beach at 14th and Collins Avenue.

The Shepley Hotel

The 29-room boutique hotel is one of the more affordable options in the area.

Jefferson Suites

Here's a unique boutique hotel in the central part of South Beach with five suites, each with full kitchens. Reviewers raved about the central location and kitchen.

Redbury Hotel

The Redbury is a boutique hotel with all of its rooms featuring record players with a vinyl collection curated by Capitol Records. It also has a rooftop pool.

The Angler's Boutique Resort

Anchoring the list is the Angler's Hotel, which offers both complimentary Wi-Fi and access to Equinox.