A surprising degree of style, considering the rates.
Built in 1939, this landmark hotel reopened at the turn of the millennium after major renovations by the same transplanted New Yorker responsible for the Delano's Blue Door restaurant. Jonathan Morr was intent on being irreverent and fun in design while making this property an eminently cool spot to stay. The upscale beach house décor by New York interior designer India Mahdavi emphasizes modern white furnishings accented by striking red décor (even the retro-style phones are fire engine red) and signature curvy couches. Room amenities include mini-refrigerators, dataports with free wireless high-speed Internet and personal safes. Penthouse suites offer king-size beds and wide terraces overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Singular features at this homage to hip include the rooftop lounge's king-size waterbeds and a glow-in-the-dark water tower. Enjoy a complimentary Parisian breakfast each morning.
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