While there are certainly no shortage of nightclubs in South Beach Miami, many believe that Mansion Nightclub is the crown jewel in the Opium Group’s highly successful series of Miami clubs. When the hottest celebrities and cultural elite are passing through Miami, Mansion is generally considered to be one of the most important places to make an appearance. Reflecting how Miami is quickly becoming one of the most important fashion meccas of the world attracting the likes of some of the planets most exclusive designers and models, Mansion has been designed to appeal to the fashion stars of the contemporary night scene in Miami.
If you can manage to get your foot in the door, you will immediately see what makes the Mansion nightclub so popular. Guests are greeted as they enter Mansion with the sight of the nightclub’s grand lobby, featuring an authentic crystal chandelier from 1936 that has been in place since the building functioned as a movie theater during the middle of the 20th century. Yellow and red LED lights transform the wooden floors and classic molding into something that almost seems as if it is out of a dream. Fans of steampunk and mod fashion trends will definitely enjoy both the cozy Ivy League influenced Back Ivy Room as well as the contemporary design influences of the Middle Ivy Room.
However, it is out on the dance floor where the action really is, and Mansion’s decadent dance floor with its suede seating, huge ceilings and projection screens is guaranteed not to disappoint. Unlike the majority of the nightclubs in South Beach, Mansion offers a full performance stage, making it one of the most popular places in town for top acts who are looking to perform in a nightclub atmosphere. If you want to take a break from the dance floor, the second floor Mezzanine offers ample opportunities for lounging in serious style.
1235 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Florida