Spanish-French Revival Style In Vibrant South Beach

Some streets are for getting through.
Española Way is one you’ll want to get to

El Paseo means “a walk,” otherwise known as the perfect way of moving if you want to experience life in all of its vibrancy. Fittingly, our hotel is located on charming Española Way, modeled after the iconic Las Ramblas in Barcelona and villages of the Mediterranean and France. Stroll along the pedestrian-only promenade and you might see people sharing crepes at an authentic French sidewalk cafe, trying on sunglasses at one of many interesting boutiques, or enjoying an authentic flamenco dance under twinkling white lights – all sights you’d miss if you were whizzing by. Any time of day, Española Way offers a safe, fun and communal experience - like that of a true Miamian. So come on, take a walk on the vibrant side.

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Our Espanola Way Neighborhood

Our Espanola Way Neighborhood

In the heart of South Beach, just a short walk from the beach and shopping

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Accommodations & Amenities

Make El Paseo your South Beach home away from home.

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Things To Do

Things To Do

From nightlife to culture to activities, El Paseo is at the center of everything.

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“Soulful Spanish-French Colonial Style in the Heart of South Beach”

Things To Do

Miami City Ballet

"Bold, light, immediate, intensely musical, the dancing of Miami City Ballet flies straight to the heart." - NY Times

New World Symphony

Esteemed orchestral academy on South Beach, occupying the stunning New World Center concert and symphony hall, designed by architect Frank Gehry.

Ocean Drive

South Pointe to 15th Street

Anchoring the Miami Art Deco District, this major South Beach thoroughfare is best known for its collection of Art Deco hotels.

Lummus Park

East of Ocean Drive, from 5th to 15th Streets

This 74-acre urban park overlooking the ocean draws sunbathers and pedestrians to its palm tree-lined Promenade and beach beyond.

Design District

N Miami Avenue to N Federal Hwy, between NE 42nd and NE 38th Streets

If it has to do with design, you’ll find it in Miami’s 18-square-block Design District, featuring galleries and high-fashion retailers.

Regal Cinemas South Beach

1120 Lincoln Road

This popular movie theater features multiple screens (including IMAX) with all the latest films, plus plush stadium seating, a café and concessions.

The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater

1700 Washington Avenue

Tucked behind this Art Deco gem, which was once home to 60s-era television shows, is a top-rated venue for live performances ranging from music to comedy.

American Airlines Arena

601 Biscayne Blvd.

Home of the NBA’s Miami Heat, the American Airlines Arena on Biscayne Bay is also the Miami concert stop for A-list musicians from around the world.

Bayside Marketplace

401 Biscayne Blvd at NE 4th Street

Downtown Miami’s premier marketplace for shopping, dining and entertainment, open-air Bayside Marketplace on Biscayne Bay features more than 140 shops and restaurants.

Adrienne Arsht Center

1300 Biscayne Blvd.

A mecca for culture-minded locals and visitors, this spectacular performing arts center is the state’s largest. Home to the Miami City Ballet, New World Symphony, Florida Grand Opera and more, its highlights include the 2,400-seat Ziff Ballet Opera House and the 2,200-seat Knight Concert Hall.

SoundScape Cinema Series

Corner 17th Street and Washington Avenue

A project of Arts in the Parks, this free series screens films on a 7,000-square-foot outdoor projection wall at the New World Center’s ExoStage. Film buffs gather on Wednesdays at 8 pm.

Jungle Island

1111 Parrot Jungle Trail

Home to the world’s rarest animals, Jungle Island is a hands-on zoological park where visitors can interact with lemurs, reptiles and orangutans on a behind-the-scenes VIP Safari Tour.

Lincoln Road Mall

Lincoln Road between West and Washington Avenues

This pedestrian-only promenade captures the style of South Beach. Whether you’re shopping or sitting in a sidewalk café, gallery hopping or dining, the Lincoln Road Mall is a must-have South Beach experience.


1001 Washington Avenue

Explore art and design at the Wolfsonian-Florida International University’s museum-library-research center.

Miami Beach Convention Center

1901 Convention Center Drive

The largest convention center in Miami, this 45,000-square-foot facility features four large rooms accommodating up to 12,000 people. It is home to Art Basel Miami Beach and the South Florida International Auto Show.

Art Deco Welcome Center

1001 Ocean Drive

The Miami Design Preservation League’s Art Deco Welcome Center on Ocean Drive is the starting point for 90-minute tours led by local historians and architects. You’ll also find books, cards and one-of-a-kind art in the Official Art Deco Gift Shop.

Bass Museum of Art

2100 Collins Avenue

Historical collections of Antiquities, Renaissance and Baroque art and contemporary works share space in this elegant art museum. The Egyptian gallery, the only one in Florida, houses 16 objects from one of the world’s oldest civilizations.

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405 Española Way
Miami Beach, FL 33139

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