You can't expect a place where you're a stranger to automatically give you VIP access, unless of course it's Hulu, which actually streams every Pam Andersony episode for free. Giving you insider Miami eliteness just for staying overnight, SoHo Beach House.
Just landing on South Beach, SoHo's a 16-story, beachfront private resort surrounded by palm trees and dune grass, making locals apply/pony-the-eff-up for exclusive membership but letting lodgers enjoy the same privileges/amenities just for staying in one of 50 ocean-/bay-viewing rooms styled with rustic antique furniture, 40" flat screens, optional private terraces, and rainforest showers, also what it's called when everyone gives you bassinets and footie PJs at the best Amazon-themed Cafe ever. Ground floor amenities start with Venetian resto Cecconi's (an outpost of the sceney LA celebstaurant) in the courtyard, serving everything from wood-oven-baked meatballs to Veal Ossobuco w/ gremolata; head inside for a rare-cigar-stocked drawing room with a grand piano, or get sunned at the secluded tiki bar (near the private-access beach) or the full-service 100-foot-long pool -- which, if bought from Subway, only cost $500, as long as they didn't opt for 100 drinks and 100 bags of Sun Chips. Floor #2 features a 1940s Cuba-inspired Club Bar with antique tiles surrounding leather couches and flashy views of the Atlantic, plus a lavish spa called Cowshed, because nothing says "bring on the honey lavender seaweed facial!!" like "livestock".
Other members-/you-only hookups include wine tastings and live music, and up on the 8th floor there's the Club Library -- which, given that everyone else'll be partying, will be like today's Pam Anderson: really easy to book.