This South Beach Art Deco gem comes of age with a light-hearted spirit and fun and funky style.
Renovations have not only restored, but transformed the 1940s building that houses The Hall South Beach. Sitting in a perfect spot for visitors with an eye toward shopping, dining and clubbing, The Hall puts a fresh spin on mid-century modern style, blending vintage and contemporary for a look all its own. Guest rooms and suites call to mind the Caribbean with hardwood floors and a fresh color palette straight out of the tropics; in-room amenities include high-end linens, Jonathan Adler toiletries, Bluetooth speakers and free Wi-Fi. Sun worshippers will appreciate the location just a block from the beach, although they may find it hard to tear themselves away from the Olympic-size pool on-site; cabanas and palm trees complete the relaxing scene. To eat, Top Chef contestant Spike Mendelsohn offers all-day breakfast and casual fare at Sunny’s. Guests can also snag a seat at the backyard-style Campton Yard for a cold drink or craft beer. Bike and skateboard rentals are available for eco-friendly exploring.