Hotels (First Class)
Typically three star hotels offer more spacious accommodations
that include well appointed rooms and decorated lobbies. The hotels
usually feature restaurants that serve breakfast through dinner. Room
service may be available. Valet parking, gyms and pools are often
This property is the perfect choice for guests who value stylistic
fusion, comfort, space and creativity. The Marlin is the only hotel
in South Beach with a full-service recording studio in the penthouse.
South Beach Resort Hotel
Built in 2001, and located South of Fifth, this beachfront resort
hotel offers a modern interpretation of Art Deco style.
Built in 1940 and known as the Cadillac, Courtyard Marriott has undergone
a complete renovation, yet keeping its original architecture and design.
Only three blocks from the Miami Beach Convention Center, Marseilles
is situated on Collins Avenue, with the beach right at it's back door.
The Mercury entertainment complex includes Nemo and Shoji Sushi, The
Room and Opium Garden.
The Miami Beach Resort Hotel has several shops, a full-service salon,
four restaurants, and a private dock with boat rentals.
The Ocean Five has been described as "The Nicest Little Hotel
In Miami Beach". The guest rooms are spacious, and appointed
with custom furnishings, marble bathrooms and original artwork.
This restored Art Deco hotel is located in South Beach, across from
the ocean and two miles from downtown Miami.
This Hotel encompasses four art-deco boutique hotels along a 1-block
stretch on Washington Avenue in South Beach.
Located on Ocean Drive this deluxe oceanfront property faces 7 miles
of white sandy beaches in Miami Beach.
The President is an elegant example of a 1930's classic Art Deco hotel
with recessed corners, framed windows, and patterned terrazzo floors.
The Riande Continental offers an excellent location, at a modest rate.
This Hotel backs right up to the beach, and is within easy walking
distance to the Convention Center, and Lincoln Road.
Richmond opened in 1941 and is still operated by its original owning
family. The Hotel features a streamlined Art Deco aesthetic and a
classic swimming pool.
This Hotel has 284 guest rooms. The rooms are appointed with blond-wood
furnishings and floral-print fabrics.
The Savoy has private access to the beach, as well as two pools and
a raised sundeck that looks out on the ocean.
Directly on the ocean in South Beach, this 200 room pink-and- white
Art Deco hotel features private beach access and a beautiful courtyard
The Shelley draws a young, budget-minded crowd that appreciates a
casual ambience and modest prices.
The Sherbrooke is located just steps from the beach. This non smoking,
hotel offers personal service and one of a kind accommodations.
With it's 51 rooms, the South Beach Hotel is a contemporary hotel
located in the heart of the Art Deco District. This property is within
walking distance to the Convention Center, and Lincoln Road Mall.
The South Seas offers complimentary breakfast local and long-distance
access calls, and wireless Internet access in public areas.
The St. Augustine is a 24-room meticulously restored Art Deco hotel
featuring contemporary loft-style rooms with state of the art amenities.
The Standard is a newly renovated spa hotel located on the residential
island of Belle Isle. Overlooking biscayne bay, the hotel's serene
environment will relax your mind & body.
The Strand is a newly renovated all suites hotel located on Ocean
Drive overlooking Lummus Park. The hotel is comprised of 5 buildings,
4 Art Deco, 1 brand new.
The Suites on South Beach is a newly renovated apartment building,
turned all suites hotel. The 19 junior suites are all over 650 sq.
The Surfcomber has direct beach access and a beautiful swimming pool.
The hotel features 185 guest rooms decorated with earth- tones and
This high-design concept hotel offers minimalist, white, public spaces,
and the most spectacular sundeck in South Beach.
While architectural features of the 1936 art-deco building have been
restored, the lobby furniture leans towards the British Colonial style.
Built in 1940 as the Lord Balfour, The Wave sits in a quiet spot just
a block from the Atlantic and within a 5-minute walk to the Nikki
Beach Club and Opium Garden.
The Whitelaw would make Austin Powers feel at home. The all-white
guestrooms include marble bathrooms, pedestal-style beds with belgian
linens, and groovy shag carpeting.
Originally designed by noted Art Deco architect Albert Anis, this
six-story property opened in 1939 and underwent a complete renovation
Hotels (A - L)
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