The Hotel of South Beach
Designer interiors and convenient proximity to sand, surf and boutique shops.
This luxury hotel was built in 1939 in the heyday of the Art Deco craze. It was designed by architect L. Murray Dixon and was once known as the Tiffany (the old neon sign still remains). The rooftop pool and bar overlook Ocean Drive, the Atlantic Ocean and beyond. Guests here enjoy convenient proximity to sand, surf and boutique shops. The 53 spacious guest rooms and suites, as well as the public areas, were furnished by fashion designer Todd Oldham in 1998 during the hotel’s restoration, and have a distinct media industry vibe. Oldham's winsome retro-sixties influence is evident throughout, from brightly colored mosaic tiles in the bathrooms to gem-colored Murano glass lighting fixtures in the restaurant. Guest room amenities include CD players, wireless Internet access, rainhead showers and bath products by The White Company, London.
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