Sagamore Miami Beach
What We Love
- The art house vibe, with museum-quality paintings and sculptures displayed throughout the property
- Art Deco-era neon sign and porte cochère entrance from Collins Avenue
- Cool spiral staircases in the two-story bungalows
What To Know
- Beachfront property in the heart of South Beach
- 93 all-suite rooms include a small kitchenette with refrigerator, cooktop, and microwave
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
If a stylishly updated 1940s-era hotel and a contemporary art museum got together and had a love child, this is it. A distinctive neon sign on Collins Avenue welcomes guests to the old-school porte cochère entrance of this Art Deco property. Inside, gallery-lit walls showcase bold, carefully curated pieces, from a graffitied Wonder Woman portrait to canvases erupting in colorful, abstract brush strokes, while common areas are punctuated by sculptures like a giant blue baby with enormous feet and a pair of glossy, hot-pink pants that stand on their own two legs. The 93 all-suite guest rooms, in contrast, are crisply designed, with porcelain tile floors, sheer white drapes, and towering upholstered headboards. Another property highlight: a wade-in pool and modern deck that borders the sandy shores of the Atlantic.
In the Area
Thanks to the hotel’s prime position at the crossroads of South Beach near Collins Avenue and Lincoln Road, a multitude of shops and restaurants are at your doorstep. Stroll the shady Lincoln Road Mall to browse brands like Penguin, Superdry, and BCBG, then dine alfresco at Segafredo, an Italian tapas spot with tasty cocktails and espresso and first-rate people watching. For a more upscale experience, we’d recommend Bianca, a polished indoor-outdoor restaurant at the chichi Delano South Beach next door to the hotel. Stick around after dinner to frolic at the Delano’s exclusive basement FDR lounge, or take your party outside to the sexy, garden-themed Skybar at the nearby Shore Club.
How to Get There
My friends and I recently stayed at the Sagamore for a girls weekend trip to Miami. We really enjoyed the our experience there! The hotel location is fantastic and walking distance to several restaurants & shops that we wanted to visit. It's also right on the South Beach boardwalk with direct access to the beach, and they offer food/drink service on the beach which was very nice. Overall, the service was fantastic, we really enjoyed getting to know one of the bartenders at the pool, Miguel! He was so friendly and took great care of us, thank you Miguel! We also had a late flight our last day and the hotel was able to accommodate a late checkout (there was a fee associated with this but we were just happy they allowed us to keep the room until later in the afternoon). We had a great time and would definitely visit again.
This was probably our 11th stay at the Sagamore Hotel in South Beach. It is one of the original Deco beachfront hotels on Collins Avenue and it's new moniker "The Sagamore Art Hotel" reflects it's long history of showing beautiful, trippy and eccentric art, covering every available wall and floor space. Renovations can be tricky. When it comes to ambiance, you might lose more than you're supposed to gain. Not so with the Sagamore's upgrade. Renos can change the feel of a space, but the improvements that have been made have maintained the look and the feel of the Deco hotel we've always loved. We've checked out rooms in other hotels, and although newer and perhaps flashier, none of these places appeal to us in the way the Sagamore does.
What they have left untouched is the core group of staff persons who've been a crucial part of this hotel for years. They're the ones who bring it to life. They're dedicated and exceptionally good at what they do, but they're also great people to be around, which gives the Sagamore it's unique personality. Much as we enjoy exploring Miami we've always enjoyed spending time at the hotel, and their hospitality is a big reason why. You may find this an odd thing to do but we've had contact with every one of these people over the years and we'd like to mention them by name: James, Max, Miquel, Mickey at the bar, Vito, Mani, Pete on the beach, Delroy, Linford, Gregory, Mariano, Edgar, Antonio, Hugo and of course the always lovely Madelaine.
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The staff was accessible, helpful and friendly. Mickey, the pool bartender, gave us many great tips for off the beaten path dining, shows and fun. He took great care of us and made the stay worthwhile.. The room was good, though on the second floor we ended up with zero view.
The room had a locked door to an adjoining room. First night we had boisterous family next door. Another night we had a couple fighting in that room, but it eventually calmed without us having to involve management.
Otherwise, we really enjoyed our stay and found it very relaxing, which is what we needed the most.
My partner and I spend 3 days in the hotel. Beautiful hotel. Love the art in the walls and pool area. Also we loved the room. Very clean. It was a duplex. . Also all the products they provide as body lotion, soap, shampoo are for an amazing company called Molton brown. Love the environment in the pool. Friendly people. And my bartender Mickey and Antonio at the pool were fantastic. Great service. Out of this world. Thanks all staff for made my little vacation unforgettable.
great night security and del roy. who works valet and bellman was 5 stars
We travel. all the time. and he makes you feel. right a home
great hotel. and staff. we love the remodel
the place. to be on south beach