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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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Historic property channeling an artsy aesthetic, with fanciful artwork offsetting bright white interiors

The Lowdown

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

Sagamore Miami Beach
1671 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139 United States

Reviews

Better than Expected
blesstwin2

The staff are pleasant and professional. The rooms are modern and clean, with a well stocked mini bar. Good location to shops and eateries. Pop culture art adorns the lobby, which is a unique and interesting touch. I highly recommend this hotel and I would definitely stay there again.

Antonio is the best!!
Nicole M

We are currently staying at the Sagamore and from the moment we walked thru the doors everyone was so welcoming. However there was one person to stand out the most. We went to the beach this morning and was greeted by Antonio who was taking orders for food and drinks. He was amazing and catered to our every need! Looking forward to seeing him tomorrow!

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Curryspice1969

The hotel was a little older looking. You could tell by the condition of the rooms and common spaces. There was ONE valet guy on duty when we arrived for a weekend convention that they should have been better prepared. Took forever to get our car / bags taken out.
The gal at the front desk was super and got us our rooms quickly.
However, throughout the stay, our key cards kept de-magnetizing and would have to go downstairs to get them fixed. Pool was super tiny compared to other SOBE hotels.
Overall, the hotel could use some additional love.