Step inside the hotel suites going for as much as $60K a night during Art Basel Miami Beach

Hotel prices skyrocket when Art Basel Miami Beach rolls around.

The world’s top art collectors, Hollywood royalty and billionaires are descending on the coastal Floridian city for the annual Art Week celebration.

Between their days shopping for pricey art pieces and their nights partying at the ritziest exclusive soirées, they get to rest and recuperate at some of the most beautiful hotels Miami has to offer.

Take a look at some of the sweetest suites going for top dollar during the fair.

1 Hotel South Beach: $60,000 a night

The 1 Hotel South Beach has a beautiful penthouse suit that costs $60,000 a night during Art Basel Miami Beach. 1 Hotel South Beach

The 1 Hotel South Beah’s luxurious Sky Penthouse suite goes for a staggering $60,000 a night during Art Basel Miami.

The suite, part of the hotel’s Retreat collection, is two stories featuring four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, an expansive living space, kitchen, dining area, pool table, den and a 5,300-square-foot rooftop terrace with sweeping ocean views.

Guests staying in the suite enjoy several perks, including complimentary round-trip airport transportation, a personal guru to assist in check-in, early check-in, late check-out and packing services.

The living space of the Sky Penthouse is light and modern. 1 Hotel South Beach
The accommodations include a full dining room. 1 Hotel South Beach
There is also a giant deck with a pool table, which is perfect for hosting. 1 Hotel South Beach

They also get dedicated personalized concierge services, fresh beverage service, daily breakfast at the hotel’s restaurant, Habitat, priority seating at any of the hotels’ restaurants and two on-the-house massages at the Bamford Wellness Spa.

W Hotel South Beach: $27,000+ a night

The W South Beach has a swanky penthouse suite that charges upwards of $27,000 a night. Chris Carter

Staying in a penthouse suite at the W South Beach will set you back more than $27,000 a night during Art Week.

The lavish suites were revamped in 2020 as part of the hotel’s $30 million renovation.

The rooms have beach views. Chris Carter
The bathroom has a separate tub and marble walls. Chris Carter

Penthouse guests will enjoy perks such as complimentary car transportation throughout their stay, 24/7 butler service, access to Bass Museum, VIP tickets to the Art Basel Miami art fair and entrance into any of the hotel’s exciting partnership events during Art Week.

The Four Seasons at The Surf Club: $26,000 a night

The Marybelle Penthouse suite at The Four Seasons at the Surf Club costs a pretty penny. Bacchus

A lucky guest can stay at The Four Seasons at The Surf Club’s Marybelle Penthouse suite for $26,000 a night.

Perks include welcome amenities according to the guest’s profile or special requests, a welcome champagne and fruit platter upon arrival and a complimentary daytime cabana.

Guests can enjoy gorgeous views of the ocean. Bacchus
The suite also offers complimentary champagne upon arrival. Bacchus

Guests also have the option to stay in the Oceanfront Four Bedroom Suite for $25,000 a night. Those staying in the two-story, 4,328-square-foot suite will enjoy a stunning state-of-the-art full kitchen, and customizable bedding and can enjoy food and drinks, including the award-winning Champagne Bar and Michelin-starred The Surf Club Restaurant.

And thanks to the hotel’s new partnership with MOKE, guests have access to the hotel’s MOKE cars to get around Miami Beach.

The Ritz South Beach: $15,000 a night

The Ritz Carlton South Beach has a pricey penthouse suite. Don Riddle Images Copyright 2022

The Ritz Carlton South Beach Suite costs a staggering $15,000 a night during Miami’s Art Week.

The one-bedroom presidential suite has waterfront views with a wrap-around balcony, a plush massive living area, a dining area, a separate dining room and a beautiful marble bathroom.

The rooms are sleek and modern. Don Riddle Images Copyright 2022
Guests can enjoy cub lounge access. Don Riddle Images Copyright 2022

Guests get club lounge access as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, Hors d’oeuvres, dessert and cocktails. They can also book a connecting room to turn their accommodations into a two-bedroom suite.

Guests can also have complimentary business services and clothing pressings.

Fontainebleau Miami Beach: $10,000 a night

The Fontainebleau Miami Beach has a five-bedroom penthouse option. Moris Moreno

Guests staying at The Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s Trésor Tower Penthouse will have to fork over $10,000 a night during Art Week.

The 4,500-square-foot, five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath retreat spans an entire full floor of the hotel, making for a private escape.

The suite costs $10,000 during Art Week. Moris Moreno
There is a large living room and dining room. Moris Moreno
Guests can also get a $1,000 credit toward a yacht rental. Moris Moreno

Perks for guests staying in the suite include two 80-minute treatments at the Lapis spa, a daily cabana, breakfast, butler service and a $1,000 credit toward a yacht rental.

W Miami: $5,000 a night

The W Miami’s Wow Suite boasts two lavish bedrooms. GREG POWERS

The Wow Suite inside the W Miami in the buzzy Brickell District costs $5,000 a night amid Art Week.

The 1,550-square-foot luxury includes two bedrooms, three furnished private balconies with
views of the city or the Miami River and floor-to-ceiling marble bathrooms with W-signature amenities.

The fee is $5,000 a night during Art Week. GREG POWERS
The living space is modern and elegant. GREG POWERS

The hotel is only eight minutes away from major Art Week affairs like the famous Art Miami + CONTEXT event.

The Goodtime Hotel: $3,500-$5,000 a night

The Goodtime Hotel’s Arigato Suite ranges in price from $3,500 to $5,000 a night. The Good Time Hotel

The Goodtime Hotel’s Arigato Suite costs between $3,500 to $5,000 per night during Art Week — depending on the day — with the higher end of the range during the weekend.

The luxury stay features a king bed, separate living space, an oversized master bathroom, Bluetooth speakers and a massive 55-inch flat-screen TV.

The rooms feature art deco decor. The Good Time Hotel
A fun dining room overlooks the Floridian city. The Good Time Hotel

Guests staying in the 1,600-square-foot space can also treat themselves to Ortigia bath amenities and the room gives off a stylish throwback feel with leopard-print benches and a pink rotary dial phone.

Pharrell Williams and David Grutman own the art deco-designed hotel and will be offering VIP events and live music throughout the week.