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  • Room types
  • Food & Drink

Modelled on a traditional Spanish hacienda, this boutique bolthole features oceanview rooms, a fabulous restaurant, and colourful globe-trotting décor that you’ll want to slip into your suitcase. Part of the bigger (yet still utterly luxe) Faena Hotel, it also has star-studded dining, bars, and even a theatre on its doorstep.

Standard One-Bed Room
With its custom-carved bed, hand-woven Argentine throws and cool terracotta tiles, this is one super-stylish beach retreat. Opt for a top-floor room and you’ll enjoy direct access to the Casa’s rooftop terrace – a fabulous setting for sunbathing and sundowners.

Additional room types available. Chat to your lovely Travel Expert to find the perfect room to suit you, and let us tailor-make it easy.

Small yet perfectly-formed, Casa Fuena’s eponymous restaurant is a relaxed and intimate spot – serving South American favourites and all-American classics. Its botanical-inspired décor is a delight (think banana-leaf wallpaper and towering palms), and the veranda is a quaint little sun-trap. Across the road, you’ll find Faena Hotel’s stellar restaurants too – including the magnificent Los Fuegos by award winning ‘fire chef’ Francis Mallmann (THE place for steak), and Paul Qui’s modern-Asian eatery Pao. And did we mention that the hotel’s theatre has a restaurant, too? With choice like this, you’ll never have to venture far for a delectable dinner.

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  • Casa Faena - South American and USA
  • Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann - Argentine
  • Pao by Paul Qui - Asian
  • Faena Theater - Brasserie
  • Tree of Life - Light bites and cocktails

Why we recommend Casa Faena

Casa Faena feels worlds away from Miami’s big resorts – yet Mid-Beach is just a few steps away. It’s the ultimate antithesis to Florida’s typical fly-and-flop hotels: think deluxe accommodation, unique arty details, and even its own signature cocktail: the refreshing ‘Faena Spritz’. With just a handful of rooms, the Casa gets our recommendation for low-key luxury: in fact, it’s more like a private residence, with its light-flooded courtyard and cosy library nook. Actually, that’s not too far from the truth: the Casa is actually a small section of Faena Hotel, which boasts fine dining, an incredible spa (with one of the biggest hammams on the East Coast), and even its very own theatre. You’ll enjoy access to it all, of course – as well as the spectacular swimming pool and private beach area. With all the perks of a bigger resort, yet the intimacy and style of a much smaller retreat, Casa Faena really is the best of both worlds.


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