Announcing the Rebirth of the Hôtel De Paris St. Tropez and National Hotel Miami Beach

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    Miami Beach and Saint-Tropez actually have much in common as sexy, beachside destinations. Now they share even more: Sister properties, Hôtel de Paris, Saint-Tropez and National Hotel Miami Beach, announce the rebirth of newly renovated luxury hotels. These iconic properties were built in the 1930’s at a time when each destination was being recognized as a place for the perfect escape. The Hôtel de Paris on the Cote d’Azur in France reveals a new audacious and contemporary interior design while the National Hotel in Florida pays homage to its pure Art Deco roots. St. Tropez and South Beach are recognized by connoisseurs for many of the same things: yachts, beach, beautiful people and wildlife (in nature and otherwise – simply use your imagination). These celebrated hotels deliver an unbeatable combination of relaxation, authenticity, luxury and tradition sitting in prime locations within their destinations. The Hôtel de Paris St. Tropez was closed for 21 years and now reveals an entirely new hotel of 90 rooms comprised of 52 rooms and 38 suites all decorated in a colorful ambience. Upon check-in, you’ll notice light filtering through to the lobby only to look up at the dramatic glass bottom pool suspended 15 meters overhead where you’ll spy bathers doing their daily laps. The soon to be revealed Clarins Spa will offer a variety of beauty rituals to promote pure relaxation. Set within the heart of the village, windows and balconies will peek out over picturesque lanes and terracotta rooftops.

    The National Hotel Miami Beach offers 153 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites. The hotel lobby honors the Art Deco era with original lighting fixtures and furnishings. Although it features its own beach club, the hotel boasts the longest pool in South Beach stretching 205 feet offering guests an alternative to the sand and surf. A variety of pampering spa treatments provided in a poolside cabana are a newly added amenity. Set in the heart of South Beach, guests are in close proximity to shopping, culture, and the city’s inimitable nightlife.

    Daniel Fountain / 04.07.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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