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Reserve Padel Club Miami Design District Review

Check out our in-depth review of the newly opened Reserve Padel Club in the heart of the Miami Design District. Step inside Miami's first members-only Padel club, featuring three state-of-the-art, glass-enclosed Padel courts designed for both beginners and seasoned players. We'll take you on a tour of the facility, showcasing the sleek, modern design that blends seamlessly with the vibrant culture of Miami.

Welcome to another club review here on All Things Padel! It’s Cesc here, and today, we’re diving into the heart of Miami's Design District to explore the new gem on the block — the Reserve Padel Club. This marks the third Reserve location in Miami, and it's set right where the city’s vibrant pulse beats the loudest.

The Club: An Overview

Reserve Padel Club isn't just another padel venue; it's a statement. Nestled in the iconic Miami Design District, this members-only club offers a blend of luxury and sport that's unparalleled in the area. Today, we’ll walk you through every aspect of this exclusive spot, covering costs, location, amenities, and, of course, the courts themselves.

The Courts

The club boasts three panoramic glass-enclosed courts, crafted by none other than Wayne Boyce’s company, known for their high-quality constructions. I was there on opening day, and though a bit of rain from the previous day kept me from fully experiencing the courts, they promise to deliver an exceptional playing experience, much like their counterparts on Watson Island.


Joining this elite club comes with its specifics. To access these pristine courts, membership is a prerequisite alongside an initiation fee. Here’s the breakdown:

  • For Members: A 90-minute session costs $150, breaking down to $37.50 per person.

  • For Guests of Members: It’s a bit steeper at $187.50 for 90 minutes, amounting to $46.88 per person.


Located at Northeast 39th Street, the club’s location is undoubtedly one of its strongest points. It’s perfect for making a day of it; play a match and then step out to explore the best of the Design District — from upscale dining to trendy boutiques, everything is just a stone's throw away.


Reserve Miami goes beyond padel; it offers a lifestyle. This pop-up club doesn’t just have exclusive events and a pro shop; it also offers amenities that include showers — a welcome feature not found at Watson Island. The club exudes exclusivity, which can be seen as a benefit for those who enjoy privacy and high-end experiences.

Booking a Court

For members, reserving a court is a breeze through Play by Point, Miami’s preferred app for booking sports facilities.

Final Thoughts

Reserve Miami Design District is more than just a padel club; it’s a sanctuary that perfectly marries sport with the opulence of its surroundings. If you’re a member, or know someone who is, it’s definitely worth experiencing firsthand.

Stay tuned to All Things Padel for more reviews and everything you need to know about the world of padel. Whether you’re a seasoned player or a curious newcomer, we’re here to keep you in the loop on the best places to play and gear up!

Remember, we are All Things Padel. See you on the courts!

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