Art Deco Boutique Luxury Gem In The Heart Of South Beach
The Hotel of South Beach perfectly embodies the classic South Beach retreat, from its ocean-view rooftop pool and meticulously preserved 1930s Art Deco architecture to its setting above the iconic News Café. Quietly tucked away between Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue, this boutique gem delights with surprisingly large rooms and an ambiance that is refreshingly laid back and unpretentious. While the oceanfront locale might be our definitive amenity, the rooftop pool scene, fitness center, and luminous Garden Bar & Lounge deliver exactly the South Beach chic you’ve come to experience.
Originally built in 1939 by master architect L. Murray Dixon and beautifully reimagined by American fashion designer Todd Oldham, the hotel encompasses two buildings for a total of 73 rooms and suites adorned in rich colors, shapes, and textures that celebrate the jewel motif of the original Tiffany Hotel.