Glamorous Art Deco-Style Hotels in Miami

The largest collection in the world of art deco architecture sits on the shores of South Beach. Let us take you on a tour of a few of our favorite historic and luxurious hotels built in the 1930s and '40s.

Photo courtesy of: Colony Hotel The Colony Hotel is famous for its shimmering blue neon sign that lights up Ocean Drive. This art deco treasure was built in 1935 and is one of the most photographed hotels on South Beach.

Did you know that Miami Beach’s Art Deco District is the youngest community to ever make the National Register of Historic Places? Structures featuring white façades and sleek designs line one of America’s most fashionable streets: Ocean Drive. There you’ll discover some of the most iconic and most photographed boutique hotels. Including the ones you’ve seen in movies like Scarface and Bad Boys. Then head over to Collins Avenue where you’ll find the Delano and The Raleigh, two South Beach hotspots that have drawn the Hollywood elite for decades.  

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