Iconic Art Deco Hotel Reopens on South Beach
Following an $8 million renovation project, owners re-launch the Hotel Victor following the recent acquisition of the neighboring Versace Mansion.
Photo courtesy of Hotel Victor
“We are thrilled to be reopening the doors at Hotel Victor and showcasing many of our new lifestyle amenities and fresh design features,” says Wadeh Constance, acting general manager, Hotel Victor. “As a recognized and trusted brand in South Beach for many years, we represent the constant evolution of Ocean Drive and are committed to offering the best hotel guest experience and value in Miami.”
As South Beach continues to evolve, so do the iconic buildings on the main drag. Hotel Victor South Beach reopened at 1144 Ocean Drive this month following a multimillion-dollar upgrade.
Featuring designs by Yabu Pushelberg, the renovation includes major upgrades to each of the 91 guest rooms and oceanfront suites, a fresh new modern lobby, and a refurbished outdoor pool and cabana area.
The hotel owners, a company affiliated with New York’s Nakash Family which owns Jordache Enterprises, recently purchased the Versace Mansion next door for $41.5 million with plans to re-launch the property as a boutique hotel. They are planning to operate the two properties together.
Dating back to 1937, the Hotel Victor is a classic art deco property built by Florida architect Lawrence Murray Dixon. Located directly across from the Atlantic Ocean, the hotel is just steps away from all the nightlife and entertainment that South Beach has to offer.