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  • Guest beach towels and beach chairs
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Lobby Bar
  • Mehzcla Restaurant
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Discover Your Creative Side in Española Way

Originally an artisans' colony in the early 20th century, Española Way evokes the feeling of a romantic Mediterranean countryside. Immerse your days in shopping and your evenings in a festival of dance, music, and art. Experience a quintessentially bohemian enclave and a cultural gem.

Stroll the historic South Beach promenade with a mix of restaurants, sidewalk cafes, shops, boutiques and art galleries. Enjoy a culinary adventure as you Indulge in mouthwatering cuisines and cocktails at South Florida's most renowned eateries with al fresco dining.  Española Way also offers festive events, yoga, and live music under the Miami sky.


  • Hours
    • 24 hours (shop timings may differ)
  • Events
    • Yoga a la Española
    • Samba Nights
    • Live Jazz at a la Folie
  • Activities
    • Dining
    • Shopping
    • Art
    • Sightseeing
    • Nightlife
    • Concerts


  • Where is Espanola Way in Miami?
    This historic South Beach street is located between 14th and 15th streets in Miami Beach. Take I-95 Northbound or Southbound and exit on MacArthur Causeway or Julia Tuttle Causeway, respectively. Take the turn on 15th Street to reach Drexel or Washington Avenue, where you will find ample parking spots, before entering Espanola Way on foot.

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