One of the best deals in South Beach, the Nassau was built in 1937 as a 50-room hotel. Now a suite hotel, there are 22 suites and one-bedroom units, all comfortable and spacious. The rooms are furnished in wicker and rattan with hardwood floors, a sitting area, dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. Guests are steps away from the ocean, shopping, dining and entertainment.
The first thing you notice upon entering this stunning deco hotel is the profusion of vibrant colors to bathe winter-weary eyes. The hotel is a study in warm, bright tones and textures. Although it is located near the busiest part of South Beach, the Cavalier does its best to make sure guests never need to leave the hotel. Even the most avid club-goers will be happy to return from a night out when they have this hotel to look forward to.
Terrazzo floors, golden light, gentle breezes and plush, cream-colored furnishings invite guests to relax and let all their troubles go. And that is just in the lobby! Built in 1936, the hotel's rooms are designed to provide maximum comfort and luxury. Features include double-insulated walls, fully-stocked minibars, stereo systems and cotton robes. The hotel also boasts its own critically acclaimed restaurant, Astor Place.
This friendly little hostel provides backpackers and budget travelers with clean, convenient lodgings at rock-bottom prices, and is centrally located in the middle of all the South Beach action. At Miami Beach International Traveler's Hostel, guests can choose between dormitory accommodations or a private room with bath. There is no curfew and no lockout time. The atmosphere is casual and friendly. Most guests are students from around the world.
Pamper yourself in style and within your budget at this tropical hotel in the heart of the Art Deco district. The Kent is a pleasant surprise; its classy and chic, yet affordable. It exudes the kind of grace and style for which Island Outpost hotels are known. Rooms are decorated in warm tones, with hardwood floors and tropical furniture. Within walking distance is the beach, shopping, dining and major attractions.
Travelers who seek an alternative to the hotel scene should rent a villa at this quaint, lushly landscaped getaway with a garden decor. Although it is located in downtown South Beach, a peaceful, serene atmosphere prevails within the gates of the property. The comfortably furnished apartments combine the best features of home and hotel. A short walk away is the beautiful beach, great shopping and fine dining.
Although this hotel is located in the heart of the Art Deco district, an unhurried, quiet atmosphere prevails. With its leafy walkway, warm golden walls, and down-to-earth service, the Leon provides tourist-class travelers a respite from the hurried pace of South Beach. Visitors can enjoy a drink in the lobby bar, relax in one of the luxuriously appointed guest rooms, or discover the numerous attractions only a block away. In addition to standard amenities, rooms feature CD/stereo systems, two telephones and terry robes.
South Beach's elite denizens model plenty of famous designers' handiwork, but at this hotel fashion literally surrounds you. To stay at this renovated hotel designed by Todd Oldham is to experience avant-garde design as a lifestyle. The impressive lobby features enormous, circular tangerine and green couches, exotic plants and marble floors. Guest rooms are stylish and supremely comfortable. Outstanding facilities include a rooftop pool, the award-winning restaurant Wish, a video and music library and production facilities.
Born from the merging of Lafayette and Les Suites, Blue Moon Hotel gained recognition when it was purchased and renovated by former television talk show host Merv Griffin. Intimate and elegant, it offers a full range of amenities. Ideally located within steps of the world-famous beach, unique shopping and dining area, guests are pampered with attention and service. The hotel also offers a lush garden courtyard and dining at Fix Restaurant & Bar.
If you are looking to stay in the heart of South Beach but do not need luxury accommodations, check out this quaint complex on Ocean Drive. The building is an official historic landmark and dates back to the Deco era, a period during which much of Miami Beach was developed. Guests can opt for a room with a kitchenette or dine in Adrian's restaurant, the Ocean Promenade. A spacious patio bar and game room round out the facilities.
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