Miami Beach Hotel Reverts Art Deco Vibe

written by | Posted on May 29th, 2014

The National Hotel Miami Beach.

The National Hotel Miami Beach.

The National Hotel Miami Beach recently reverted to its original style and Art Deco feel after completing a $12 million renovation to its guestrooms and public areas, while also revamping its food and beverage program.

From restorations made to the hotel’s flooring, ceilings, and furniture to the renovated guestrooms with custom-designed hardwood floors, bathrooms refurbished with vanities in mahogany wood and a refurbished penthouse with Art Deco-inspired fixtures and vintage artwork, The National Hotel Miami Beach, which first opened in 1939, has been transformed to its original charm.

The 152-room hotel will also feature new offerings for guests like the Sunday Jazz Brunch in the hotel’s restaurant, Tamara Bistro; live entertainment every Wednesday at the Blues Bar Cocktail Hour; and live jazz and blues performances at Apres Soleil, where guests can order unique cocktails. The National Hotel Miami is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts and also an inductee in the Historic Hotels of America. For more information, visit nationalhotel.com or call (305) 532-2311.