South Beach Hotel Invites Guests To Enjoy Garden Yoga Every Week

The fabulous hotel boasts 51 rooms

Miami, FL - March 26, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

The South Beach Hotel, located in the posh Collins Park Neighborhood of Miami Beach, is a great spot for guests who want to enjoy the various cultural and fun events that happen in the neighborhood all throughout the year. Many interesting events take place nearby the hotel, including fashion week, concerts and food fairs. One of the more serene activities is the weekly Garden Yoga, hosted every Wednesday afternoon, at 12:30 pm, amid the lush tropical foliage of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, just a short walk from the hotel. The class is designed for all skill levels, which allows individuals to move at their own pace.

The Miami New Times recently praised the weekly Garden Yoga: “Yoga might be the answer to all of your stress-related woes. Add South Florida’s gorgeous weather to the mix, and it’s literally a breath of fresh air. Take Hatha Yoga at Miami Beach Botanical Garden, and channel your inner Buddha amid the lush foliage. The all-ages class combines strengthening, stretching, and relaxation on the terrace.” In addition to the lauded Garden Yoga classes, guests staying at the South Beach Hotel can also attend free classes hosted by Green Monkey Yoga on Monday and Wednesday evenings at 6 pm in Collins Park, directly across the street from the sophisticated boutique hotel.

“There’s so much going on in the neighborhood, all the time, it just never gets boring,” said Mark Shemel, CEO and Principal at Think Properties, owner and operator of the South Beach Hotel. “Whether you are here for one night or one week, Collins Park can always guarantee a full schedule of activities. From the natural charms and white sand beaches to unique cultural events at the nearby Bass Art Museum, Miami Convention Center, or Miami City Ballet – there is something for everybody.”

The recently renovated South Beach Hotel has built a reputation for offering a great deal for its active, fun-loving clientele, alongside a host of amenities to make each guest’s stay as comfortable and seamless as possible. Special perks include bicycle rentals, picnic baskets, yoga mats, croquet sets, and everything else to enhance the time spent in Miami Beach. The fabulous hotel boasts 51 rooms, which are designed with a blend of Miami traditions and modern styling. Miami’s Art Deco traditions greet visitors in the lobby while playful, contemporary photographs by artist-in-residence Santlov endorse the rest of the building. The white sand beach beckons outside the door and an azure swimming pool provides luxurious indulgence in the amazing hotel. Each family-friendly junior suite comes equipped with either a single king bed or two queen-sized beds and a kitchenette.

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