Freehand Miami

Miami Beach, FL Hotel
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ChainSydell Group
Total Meeting Space< 100 sq. m
Guest Rooms77
2727 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Freehand Miami

Miami Beach, FL Hotel
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Need Dates

  • 03/25/201803/28/2018
  • 04/01/201804/04/2018
  • 04/08/201804/11/2018


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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Ocean or Water)
  • View (Urban)


  • Extended Stay
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Space (Semi-Private)


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Outdoor Pool

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space< 100 sq. m
Meeting Rooms1
Space (Private)Available
Space (Semi-Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms77
Singles (1 Bed)30
Doubles (2 Beds)35
Single (1 Bed) Rate$119.00 – $399.00
Double (2 Beds) Rate$120.00 – $220.00
Tax Rate7%
Occupancy Rate6%




Local Attractions

Art Deco Museum

2 mi. away
Miami Design Preservation League (MDPL) is proud to present Miami Beach’s Art Deco Museum. The Museum allows tourists and local to better understand the architectural heritage and community culture of Miami Beach. MDPL designed the museum to be educational and informational, while reflecting the fun and glamour of Miami Beach. A visit to the museum will teach about the three major historic design styles in Miami Beach. These styles are Mediterranean Revival, Art Deco and Miami Modern (MiMo). Scale models of select buildings allow you to have a closer look at the elements of these structures. You will also learn about the development of the City Miami Beach. The Miami Beach Visual Memoirs project has recorded the personal stories of people who have been a part of Miami Beach’s story. MDPL’s history is also on display so that guests can learn more about preservation. The museum includes a resource center, a children’s area, rotating exhibits and much more!
1001 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL, US 33139

Miami Beach Convention Center

Convention Center
1 mi. away
The Miami Beach Convention Center, proudly managed by Spectra, has been the heart of Miami Beach since opening in 1957. For more than fifty years, it has been the home of countless historic and important events. In 1989, the facility underwent a $92 million renovation and doubled in size, creating the four hall center that is present today. From 2016-2018, the Miami Beach Convention Center will again undergo a major renovation and will remain in business throughout the process. The Miami Beach Convention Center served as the site where Cassius Clay (later known as Muhammad Ali) defeated Sonny Liston for his first Heavyweight Championship of the World in 1964. In 1968, the MBCC hosted the Republican National Convention and more than 20,000 delegates and in 1972 it hosted more than 45,000 delegates at both the Republican and Democratic National Convention Centers. Major annual tradeshows include the Jewelers International Showcase and Cruise Shipping Miami. The Miami Beach Convention Center hosts some of the nation’s premier public events such as the South Florida International Auto Show and Art Basel Miami Beach. At the center of excitement, culture, and history, Miami Beach is world class destination for both business and pleasure.
1901 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, FL, US 33139

Wolfsonian FIU

2 mi. away
The Wolfsonian's collections comprise approximately 150,000 objects from the period of 1885 to 1945—the height of the Industrial Revolution to the end of the Second World War—in a variety of media including furniture; industrial-design objects; works in glass, ceramics, and metal; rare books; periodicals; ephemera; works on paper; paintings; textiles; and medals. Opened to the public in 1995, The Wolfsonian has received wide recognition among scholars, collectors, educators, the media, museum professionals, and visitors for its unrivaled collection of modern material culture and its multidisciplinary approach to looking at objects as both agents and expressions of change. While these objects can best be understood in the context in which they were created, they illuminate as much about our times as they reveal about their own. The museum supports scholarship and develops and disseminates critically acclaimed exhibitions, publications, and educational programs that highlight the impact of design in shaping the modern world.
1001 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL, US 33139

New World Center

1 mi. away
In less than two decades, the New World Symphony has become a leading cultural institution in South Florida, generating audiences and critical acclaim around the world. Our local impact has been profound, with more than 60 annual performances, 15 percent of them free to the public. NWS brings to Miami many of the leading classical soloists, composers, and conductors of this era. NWS also bridges the gap left by drastic cuts to arts education budgets of Miami-Dade schools. School children can attend rehearsals for a first-hand look at how a musical performance takes shape. NWS exposes this high level of artistry and creativity to more than 200 classrooms in 40 local schools annually, in addition to providing free music lessons and mentoring to promising young musicians. In keeping with the New World Symphony’s community commitment, the New World Center is a private/public partnership with Miami Dade County and the City of Miami Beach. This facility exists at the heart of the City Center Redevelopment Project, a joint venture to inject new vitality into the downtown neighborhood of Miami Beach’s 17th Street Corridor, located just two blocks from the ocean on Lincoln Road, behind Lincoln Road Mall. The City of Miami Beach will build a parking garage and 2-acre public park adjacent to the campus. The success of Art Basel Miami Beach, the opening of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, and the construction of Museum Park all point to a new era for Miami. The New World Symphony will build on this momentum, as a region once best known for sun and surf becomes a world-class cultural destination.
500 17th Street
Miami Beach, FL, US 33139

Lincoln Road Mall

1 mi. away
Lincoln Road Mall is a pedestrian-only promenade and the epicenter of what’s happening in South Beach. Located between West Avenue and Washington Avenue, Lincoln Road Mall offers unique shopping, sidewalk cafes, bars, galleries, and fine dining. Lincoln Road is also the best people-watching spot on South Beach.
Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL, US 33139

The Fillmore Miami Beach

1 mi. away
The story of The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater began in 1950, when Golden Era Legends graced the stage of The Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Guests came from around the world to watch such shows as song and dance performances, comedy or even the occasional boxing match. With the television boom in the 1960s, shows such as The Dick Clark Show, The Ed Sullivan Show and the Miss USA and Miss Universe Pageants were often filmed in the auditorium. In 1964, the city of Miami Beach offered Jackie Gleason the opportunity to film his show here. Mr. Gleason agreed to move his show to sunny Miami Beach, where he declared: "Miami Beach audiences are the greatest in the world!" In the 1970s, having been renovated by Morris Lapidus and renamed Miami Beach Theater of the Performing Arts, it became a regular stop for touring Broadway shows including: Gypsy (starring Angela Lansbury), Timbuktu (starring Eartha Kitt), Carousel (starring Robert Goulet), and West Side Story (starring Debbie Allen). In 1987, the City of Miami Beach recognized Jackie Gleason's contributions to the community In 2007, the theater was again reborn, undergoing a multi-million dollar transformation. Operated by Live Nation, the future of the music business, The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater showcases the biggest names in live entertainment. Steeped in rock 'n' roll history while maintaining cultural relevance, our theater passionately combines the rich tradition of the Fillmore Experience with the energy and passion of Miami Beach.
1700 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL, US 33139

Bass Museum

6 blocks away
Located in the heart of Miami Beach, the Bass Museum of Art offers a range of dynamic contemporary art exhibitions. Educational programs, artist projects, lectures, concerts and free family days complement the works on view. The museum was founded in 1963, when the City of Miami Beach accepted the donation of the private collection of John and Johanna Bass, residents of Miami Beach, originally from Vienna, Austria. Named in their honor, the museum opened one year later in a stunning example of 1930s Art Deco architecture designed by Russell Pancoast, that had previously housed the Miami Beach Library and Art Center. In 2002, the museum more than doubled its size from 15,000 to 35,000 square feet with an addition designed by iconic architect Arata Isozaki. Since 2008, the museum has established a new Board of Director, welcomed Executive Director and Chief Curator Silvia Karman Cubiñá and refined its mission statement: “we present contemporary art to excite, challenge and educate.” Propelled by reinvigorated leadership and vision, there have been significant increases in attendance, membership, institutional and corporate partnerships and programming. Museum leaders reengaged Arata Isozaki as Design Consultant and Architect David Gauld to address the institution’s need for more programmable space. Isozaki h and Gauld have reconfigured the existing footprint of the Bass so that the museum will be able to offer more exhibition and education programs with greater efficiency, improve visitor experience and engage a new generation of visitors. Despite the temporary closure of the galleries from mid-May, 2015 until Fall, 2016, the museum will continue to present world-class contemporary art and art education throughout the community it calls home. In October, the museum will launch bassX, a series of artist projects, programs and events that will be held in a pop-up gallery space across the street at the Miami Beach Regional Library (227 22nd Street between Collins and Liberty). The museum’s education programs will also continue in full for children and families at the library, including the popular weekly classes Bass Babies and Portfolio Class. Through bassX, the Bass Museum of Art will continue to excite, challenge and educate its community during the year-long renovation.
2100 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL, US 33139

Distance from Airport

  • 19.31 km from Venue


  • Valet Parking
  • Street Parking
  • Bus Parking


Freehand Miami is our reinvention of the historic Indian Creek Hotel, one of Miami Beach’s classic art deco buildings. Created for a new generation of travelers, we have incorporated handcrafted design, local food & beverage, and a comfortable community atmosphere that offers both shared and private accommodations—all just one block from the beach.


High Season
Jan 1 – Mar 31
Dec 1 – Dec 7
Dec 24 – Dec 31
Shoulder Season
Apr 1 – May 31
Oct 1 – Nov 30
Dec 8 – Dec 23
Low Season
Jun 1 – Aug 15
Aug 16 – Sep 30

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations and changes must be received in writing. Full payment on total number of room nights and estimated programs will be charged if the group, program, or any portion thereof, is cancelled after cut off date. ROOM BLOCK ADJUSTMENTS POLICY: The following are the cut off dates for any cancellations or changes:  Received 90 or more days prior to arrival – Full refund  Received 31-60 days prior to arrival – 25%-50% of Total Cost of Stay retained by the hostel  Received 0-30 days prior to arrival – 100% of Total Cost of Stay retained by the hostel Freehand Miami reserves the right to cancel reservations that are not paid in full 30 days prior to arrival.

Additional Information

We are centrally located in Miami Beach, at the corner of 28th Street and Indian Creek Drive, just one block from the beach and boardwalk. We are blocks from popular destinations including the Miami Beach Convention Center, Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road Mall and all the dining and nightlife South Beach has to offer.

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