Luxury Property National Hotel Miami Beach Unveils Newly Renovated Guest Rooms in Historic Tower

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    Debuting in 1939, the National Hotel resonates an Art Deco form and style with an illustrious history that has made a lasting impression in Miami Beach. This December, the luxury hotel unveiled new guest rooms in the historic tower.Accommodations incorporate a contemporary glamour that pays respect and admiration to the era, with an eye to accentuating original Art Deco details that distinguish the lobby and public spaces. Making an indelible mark in the South Beach skyline with the 14-story historic tower and signature cupola, the hotel’s footprint includes a signature infinity pool that spans 205-ft, the longest in Miami Beach. In addition, Signature Pool Terrace rooms and suites are surrounded with lush tropical vegetation while the courtyard extends to a second lounging pool and steps onto beachside bliss.

    National Hotel Miami Beach has been known throughout history to draw in the sun-seeking crowd, celebrities, and brightest stars from the 50’s through the South Beach revival of 70’s. Today, Miami Beach is a mecca for fun and entertainment with restaurants, cafes and nightlife steps away from the hotel’s front door.

    The hotel remains a refuge for everyone who wishes to enjoy the excitement of South Beach in one of the city’s most iconic Art Deco properties.

    Located on Collins Avenue at 16th Street, the National Hotel is ideally located, providing immediate access to the most noted sites on Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road, while sitting in close proximity to the arts and culture centers that include the Bass Museum, Miami City Ballet, the Wolfsonian Museum and the Miami Beach Convention Center.

    Daniel Fountain / 04.02.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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