Very Good 2001 Reviews
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What We Love

  • A Condé Nast Traveler-endorsed designer Art Deco getaway on Collins AvenueThe complimentary yoga on Saturday mornings and chaises at the beach
  • The glimmering rooftop pool, in the glow of the rooftop spire
  • The hotel’s Historic Hotels of America inclusion, Condé Nast Traveler attention and TripAdvisor ranking
  • The punchy design, from the colorful Todd Oldham lobby to the pool-centered L. Murray Dixon rooftop

What To Know

  • One block away from the beach, and the hotel gives guests free beach chairs
  • Due to its popular location, it can be noisy at night; light sleepers may want to bring earplugs
  • Self-parking at a garage nearby is $15 a night, and valet costs $35


  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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A beachy, Todd Oldham-designed Collins Avenue award winner, with an oceanfront-room option

The Lowdown

“The Hotel of South Beach” is a pretty bold name for a South Beach hotel (after all, there are more than 200 such stays), but then, The Hotel of South Beach is a pretty bold getaway. Designed by fashion icon Todd Oldham, it’s decked out in the punchiest shades of aqua, orange, red and lime green, with details like mosaic door pools and backlit room numbers. The 1939 building itself has quite a bit of character, too, with Deco architecture by L. Murray Dixon. A Historic Hotel of America, it’s even crowned with a soaring spire that glows cobalt over Collins Avenue.
All this very spirited design has given way to an equally spirited scene in and around the property, with cheerful breakfasts and lunches unfolding at the festive café and lots of splashing in the glimmering pool, which also resides on the rooftop. Energizing yoga classes take place on Saturday mornings and sunbathing sessions every day, on the private beach, where you get two chaise lounges. And as a result? The hotel’s garnered attention from the likes of Condé Nast Traveler and TripAdvisor, where it holds a Certificate of Excellence and ranks in the top 20 South Beach hotels. Which means the ambitious title really isn’t so far-fetched.
Good to know
Our advertised lowest rate is available May through July, but every bookable date is still the lowest price for that room, on that night, that you’ll find anywhere online.


 The cozy Hotel of South Beach rooms manage to serve as calm oases from the SoBe surroundings, while also echoing the beachy vibe. Expect a palette of either punchy (aqua, lime) or warm (orange, sienna) hues, plus calming, soothing touches, like rainfall shower heads and organic bath amenities. Upgrade to a newly built Ocean Front room for a private Ocean Drive entrance, along with a balcony, where you can watch the Miami sunrise. 


 Find breakfast, lunch and light bites at the Hotel Café, in a festive blue-and-green-striped room just off the lobby, accented with eclectic vintage lighting fixtures. Or, ascend to the rooftop, where the pool and glowing spire (from the building’s old days, as the Tiffany Hotel) are complemented by a craft-cocktail bar and lounge. If you’re craving something else, the restaurants of Collins Avenue begin right back downstairs and just out the door. 


 The hotel embodies fresh, modern SoBe cool, and so does Collins Avenue outside, lined with bars, lounges, restaurants and clubs. Other local destinations to visit include the Bass Museum of Art and the always-busy Lincoln Road Mall – and don’t forget the sands of the neighborhood’s namesake shores (not that you would, when the hotel already reserved two beach chaises just for you). To switch it up, explore the street art of Wynwood, taste your way through Little Havana’s Cuban eateries, or head out to Brickell, the resident financial district by day and a sizzling nightlife hub by evening.

How to Get There

The Hotel of South Beach
801 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139 United States


4.5 Very Good 2001 Reviews
Hotel Of South Beach
Reviewed 1 day ago

This is a great hotel. We have been staying here for years. Rooms have that art deco look.
The best part of the hotel is the pool on the roof and also the staff, especially David the bellman and John the concierge.

Best place to stay in South Beach
Reviewed 1 day ago

My wife and I fell in love with this place. Stayed in 2nd building which room was beautiful and pristine.
Loved the rooftop pool & bar in original building as well as workout room which overlooks pool. Ate the best breakfast ever at Pinocchio’s across the street. Centrally located to everything. Staff was so friendly. Can’t wait to go back.

Great spot in South Beach
Reviewed 2 days ago

Stayed 2 nights in November. The location is great and the rooms are spacious. King bed was comfy and rooftop pool was a great late afternoon spot. Beach chairs and towels were also a great addition to the stay. Would definitely come back

South beach hotel
Reviewed 6 days ago

After reading the ratings on this hotel we thought we found a nice place. Were we wrong! We had asked for an early ck in because our flight got in at 1130 am. We were told on arrival that we could not get our rm till after 3 and they would call us when it was ready and our luggage would be sent up. We waited till 5pm and had to call to find our rm was ready. No one called us. After getting in our rm, no luggage. I called down and was told it would be right up. 20 min later i went down and got it myself. Hotel is dated and the noise level was not good, and the pool is a joke. I am normally not a complainer but this place was over the top in incompetence. I guess art deco just means old. I would not stay at this location ever. We

almost perfect
Reviewed 7 days ago

The rooftop pool, service, courtesy & location are excellent. We would"ve rated 5 stars but couldn't sleep due to very uncomfortable bed & there is a "fake refrigerator" in room 101. A real refrigerator would have been useful.