By the Beaches of Miami
Feel the fresh ocean breeze blowing in off the Atlantic as you drive up Collins Avenue to Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami. Notice that you’re within a block from the famously luxe Ocean Drive. Endless options range from shopping to fine dining, vibrant cafes, bars and restaurants. Our hotel near Lincoln Road Mall and Española Way puts you close to it all. With the beach just steps from the front door, there is virtually no excuse to pass up a nap on the sand. We provide the chairs and towels, making it all the more difficult to peel yourself away. Make no mistake; relaxation is unavoidable here.
Prime 112 the first modern steakhouse in the United States, revolutionized the industry from the moment restaurateur Myles Chefetz opened its doors on January 2, 2004. Located in the historic Browns Hotel, the home of Miami Beach’s first hotel built in 1915, Prime 112 is a chef-driven boutique steakhouse that offers an innovative menu in a high-energy, female-friendly environment. From the finest quality dry-aged beef to accessories like the Truffled Lobster Mac and Cheese and Kobe Beef Sliders, Prime 112 stays true to its philosophy of buying the best product and delivering traditional fare with a twist.
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