Stay in an Art Deco hotel in Miami

Staying at one of these amazing art deco hotels in Miami, taking in the beach life and soaking up the sun is an iconic US holiday experience. In 1979 Miami’s Art Deco District at South Beach was listed as a National Historic Place and to date the area is still the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world.

By JAY KAY

  • Tides South Beach

    "Originally built in 1936, the hotel’s architecture is rich with Art Deco influences, creating a nostalgic environment" - these are the welcoming words of Tides South Beach .

  • Hotel St Augustine

    Affordability is one of the selling points of the 24 bedroom Hotel St Augustine, an art deco hotel in Miami’s up and coming area of SoFi. The place was built in 1937 and served as a mansion in these times. Today it accommodates guests in the roomy understated luxury of its bedrooms.

  • Dream South Beach Hotel & Spa

    Very sharp and cutting edge, at Dream South Beach Hotel & Spa you can experience bedrooms flooded in cool blue light illuminating uniquely designed furniture.

  • Hotel Victor

    Gently keeping in touch with the Art Deco style, the 2004 stylish renovation by renowned designer Jacques Garcia has done nothing but enhanced Hotel Victor’s lavish interiors and iconic architecture. Hotel Victor has always been fondly received by the Miami crowd and considered a bit of an icon on Ocean Drive.

  • The Raleigh

    The Raleigh is known for many things but the carefully crafted pool with a cascading waterfall must be the most legendary element of the hotel. Moving on from the pool area, you'll enjoy the relaxed colour schemes and subtle approach to Art Deco that makes The Raleigh is a pleasant change to its stifling neighbours in the posh area of Collins Avenue.

Updated: 12 June 2013