A great idea that should have happened long ago is that Freehold offers all the comfort and cosines of a roomless hotel. If you’ve ever fallen in love with a hotel bar, you’ll understand its charm here. Nothing beats a freehold with a large courtyard that looks like a “pool” other than a hotel. Here, under the brilliance of a giant disco ball, you’ll want to get together with your friends and share one of Freehold’s legendary punch bowls filled with what your mind wants. It’s been a year since most of the trip took place from our sofas, and it’s perfect to be introduced to a hotel without a room to talk to. Meet Freehold, a Brooklyn-born hospitality concept that combines a calm lobby atmosphere with trendy dining like in a fashionable hotel. There is no accommodation. Given that people have been hanging out in the common areas of Ace and Standard Estate for years, even if they aren’t guests, they could be hanging out on Freehold instead. The idea here is not a place to stay but a daily accommodation where people can go back to their bed by holding business meetings, dining with friends, and meeting for drinks and DJs. Freehold’s spacious interior is reminiscent of a coworking space. Still, unlike these, you don’t have to pay a membership fee to set up a cosy sofa or send an email from the built-in corner. The 4,000-square-foot courtyard has even more space with a pool deck (no pool), covered seats, and private cabanas because it’s Miami. Freehold meets a good health score and meets inspection standards. The staff at this bar wears masks for their own safety and yours. You will have outdoor seating at your disposal at this venue. Freehold offers garage parking and street parking. So, you don’t have to worry about where to park.