Haiiileen at Mezcalita at Moxy South Beach, Thursday, October 7
Haiiileen is a first generation Cuban-American interdisciplina
ry artist known for her neo-acid, psychedelic, experimental works that span through several mediums and facets. During Haiiileen’s residency at the Moxy Hotel, Flying Haiii was created and based her muse on the Hotel’s different architecture around the space. Flying Haiii was taken on the pool’s skyline of a liberated woman swimming, allowing the viewer to be transported into a dreamlike state.
Haiiileen and Mezcalista at Moxy South Beach invites guests to view this exhibit displayed throughout the room while sipping Mezcal cocktails while popular tunes play throughout the room this Thursday, October 7 starting at 8PM . Guests who RSVP will receive one welcome drink before 10PM at Mezcalista.
Minnie’s Disco Night at Mezcalista, Friday October 8
On October 8, Miami’s two biggest disco parties, Minnie’s Disco and Peach Room unite to host a special monthly evening experience DISCOTECA. Featuring dinner at the critically acclaimed Como Como and dancing at South Beach’s newest hotspot Mezcalista. Guests can expect a soundtrack of of beautiful, heartfelt dance tunes from the many eras of disco brought to you by a lineup of DJs with a passion for the music. This Friday, October 8 edition features sets by The Baum Brothers and Troy Kurtz. With two additional scheduled dates of November 19 and December 17, we hope to see you under the disco ball.
Photo Credit: Michael Kleinberg
About Moxy South Beach
A stylish and playful celebration of Miami’s cosmopolitan culture, Moxy South Beach marks a new chapter for hospitality in Miami Beach. The first resort-style property for the Moxy brand, the 202-room, eight-story hotel is located steps from the sand on Washington Avenue. It offers the dining, drinking, lounging, and co-working options that modern, design-focused travelers crave — all at an attractive price point. Interiors by Rockwell Group and Saladino Design Studios mix the glamour of midcentury Havana, the artistry of contemporary Mexico City, and a tropical vibrancy that’s unmistakably Miami. Bedrooms, dressed in vivid Miami hues and drenched in Florida sunshine thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, feature rain showers and ingenious, space-maximizing storage solutions. Six new dining and drinking venues, developed by the founders of Miami’s uber-popular Coyo Taco and 1-800-LUCKY, include Como Como, a marisquería and raw bar; Mezcalista, a sexy mezcal lounge; Serena, an open-air rooftop restaurant and bar; Los Buenos, a taco stand/bodega in the lobby, complemented by Bar Moxy, which does double duty as a social hub and check-in area; and The Upside, a rooftop bar on the eighth floor exclusively for hotel guests and private events. Multiple indoor-outdoor spaces include a ground floor courtyard; a 72-foot, cabana-lined pool; an indoor-outdoor fitness center; an outdoor movie screening room on the rooftop; and an exclusive beach club on Miami’s famous South Beach. Moxy South Beach is Lightstone’s first Moxy hotel opening outside of New York City, following the successful launches of Moxy Times Square, Moxy Chelsea, and Moxy East Village.