Top Reasons to Visit Majestic South Beach
- This swanky hotel sits right across from the Atlantic Ocean in Miami’s art-deco district. The area boasts nearly 1,000 brightly colored buildings that date as far back as the Roaring Twenties.
- The South Beach location gives guests easy access to water recreation by day and trendy nightclubs after dark, as well as many well-known restaurants and high fashion shopping.
- The onsite On Ocean 7 restaurant serves international cuisine and fresh seafood in addition to breakfast food such as omelets and french toast. There’s outdoor dining, so guests can sip tropical cocktails in the sunlight.
- In the guest rooms, blue and coral tones recall the ocean setting. Rooms feature flat-screen TVs, MP3 docking stations, and wireless conch shells. Some look out onto the ocean.
South Beach, Florida: Sultry Clubs and Pristine Beaches amid Historical Art-Deco Architecture
Miami Beach draws an international crowd with its boisterous nightlife and nine miles of sandy beaches. The city, which is separated from Miami by Biscayne Bay, centers around the 25-block South Beach neighborhood (also known as SoBe), a trendy spot sprinkled with fusion restaurants and nightclubs open until 5 a.m. Nearby, Lummus Park Beach—named Miami’s Best Beach for People-Watching by Frommer’s—is famous for its naturally white sands, celebrity sightings, and scarecrow lifeguards.
Hundreds of confection-colored buildings built between 1923 and 1943 populate South Beach’s art-deco historical district, the first 20th-century neighborhood recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. For a quick tour, stroll down Collins Avenue or Ocean Drive, where you’ll find the 1930s Versace Mansion, modeled after Christopher Columbus’s home. The Miami Design Preservation League's Art Deco Welcome Center offers walking tours that are more comprehensive, exploring the area's Miami Modern and Mediterranean Revival architecture.
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