Miami Venues


Discover our premium spaces in Miami Beach and learn more about our unique packages designed to make a lasting impression on your attendees.


The Forum

Can welcome between 1 and 665 people


Lobby / Amphitheater

Room Size: 2,967 sq ft

Max cap: 250


Exhibit Hall A

Room Size: 4,000 sq ft

Max cap:  450


Exhibit Hall B

Room Size: 2,982 sq ft

Max cap: 300 


The Forum is a stunning new landmark designed by Rem Koolhaas and the OMA team, led by Shohei Shigematsu. Offering 8 flexible event spaces, the Forum is dedicated to showcasing groundbreaking work in fields ranging from art and entertainment to business and beyond.

Pao by Paul Qui

Can welcome between 1 and 226 people



Room Size: 2,157 sq ft

Reception: 200

Seated: 116



Room Size: 2,495 sq ft

Reception: 150

Seated: 74


Helmed by celebrated chef Paul Qui, Pao pairs technique-driven cuisine highlighting Asian and Filipino flavors with a world-class wine program. The oceanfront setting, offering indoor and outdoor dining options, is homemade to an impressive golden unicorn sculpted by Damien Hirst.

Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann

Can welcome between 1 and 250 people


Room Size: 6,460 sq ft

Seated: 188

Reception: 250


Argentina's renowned grillmaster Francis Mallmann brings the kiss of fire to a bounty of meats, fish and seasonal vegetables. Prepared in an open-fire kitchen, Los Fuegos offers a contemporary asado experience with award-winning wines in a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces

The Theater

Can welcome between 1 and 300 people


Main Floor

Room Size: 2,188 sq ft

Theater: 125

Reception: 200 

Seated: 118



Room Size: 1,000 sq ft

Theater: 60

Reception: 100

Seated: 60


Inspired by Europe's historic opera houses with its opulent gold-leaf and red velvet décor, the Theater is a grand setting to host live performances, weddings, dinners, product launches and elegant receptions.

The Private Dining Room

Can welcome between 1 and 33 people


Room size: 525 sq ft

Conference: 30

Seated: 30


The Private Dining Room's hand-carved 22-seat private dining table by Frank Pollaro is surrounded by an outstanding collection of world-class wines. The intimate space caters to private wine tastings and sophisticated multi-course menus customized by the Executive Chef

The Living Room

Can welcome between 1 and 125 people


A well-appointed gathering space, the Living Room features small plates, bespoke cocktails and a broad array of wines to enjoy over daily live evening entertainment.

Tierra Santa Studio

Can welcome between 1 and 75 people


The Tierra Santa Studio offers 1,200 sq ft of flexible event space featuring ocean and city views, perfect for small meetings and receptions.

Bazaar Rooftop

Can welcome between 1 and 228 people


The Bazaar is a deconstruction of the traditional shopping center into a platform that promotes transcultural conversations and redefines the shopping experience. A renovation of the historic Atlantic Beach Hotel housed in a building designed by Rem Koolhaas/OMA in the heart of Miami Beach, The Bazaar offers flexible event space, ground floor retail and office space.

The Atrium

Can welcome between 1 and 75 people


Designed as the heart of the hotel, this artful gathering space is inspired by relaxed Mediterranean living, Plush sofas, a thoughtfully curated book collection and site-specific art installations create an inviting ambiance to host intimate receptions of up to 75 guests,

Sun Bar at the Pool

Can welcome between 1 and 200 people


Pool Deck

Room Size: 2,977 sq ft

Reception: 200


Asado Pit

Room Size: 1,050 sq ft

Reception: 75


Showcasing Miami's pristine beaches and tropical ambience, the Sun Bar is a picturesque setting to host an alfresco reception with a menu of grilled artisanal sandwiches, fresh salads and crudo specialties served poolside or on the beach.

Tree of Life

Can welcome between 1 and 100 people


Revolving around the three-story Tree of Life, the courtyard offers a relaxed outdoor setting, hand-painted mosaic seating and light fare set in the property's lush tropical gardens.