With views of Biscayne Bay, Miami River, and the unique pool area, this one-bedroom condo (which includes a queen-size sofa bed in the living room) is uncommonly well equipped, including its kitchen and walk-in closet, refined furniture and complements.
One LED Smart TV and 100Mb internet for your enjoyment (watch 100+ channels including HBO and Showtime as well as Netflix, Prime, Hulu…), full-size washer/dryer, Italian cabinets, premium appliances by Wolf & Subzero and Bosch, as well as solid black granite counters. Design and cleanliness are of the utmost importance to us.
The property includes all kitchen utilities, pots & pans, dishes, glasses and cutlery, kitchen paper, dishwasher soap, etc. Among the electronics, you will find a toaster, Nespresso-type coffee maker, blender, juicer, iron (and iron board), and vacuum cleaner.
We also include two bathrobes -to go to the wet and dry saunas-, towels, toilet paper, facial tissues, bar soap, hair shampoo & conditioner and hair blower.
Bedrooms have sheets, comforter & bed cover. Pillow menu also available.
The luxurious Icon Brickell resort was designed by Philippe Starck, featuring a 28,000-square-foot spa, and fitness center, a 300-foot infinity pool (longest in Florida), overlooking the Bay, wet and dry saunas, poolside bar and fireplace, and a life-size chess set. It is surrounded by the Miami Circle National Historic Landmark, a small park, and the Miami River.
Referred to as the ‘Manhattan of the South’, Brickell is home to the largest concentration of international banks in the United States, and home to many of Miami’s top restaurants, shops and places of entertainment. The Mary Brickell Village, Bayfront Park, and Mall, the American Airlines Arena, and the new PAMM museum are all within walking distance. A short drive away you can find the Wynwood Art District, Miami Beach, -traditionally acclaimed for its Art Deco’s historic district, nightlife, shops, galleries, restaurants, and sidewalk cafes-, Key Biscayne, Coconut Grove, Seaquarium, the Zoo, Coral Castle, Jungle Island, and a number of museums.