After Miami Beach ordered all hotels to cease operations in order to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the iconic Shelborne South Beach responded by donating fresh food to hotel staff.

Additionally, the property donated over 400 lbs of dairy, proteins and bakery items to Feeding South Florida, a local nonprofit that works to end hunger in South Florida. The nonprofit provides immediate access to nutritious food, leads hunger and poverty advocacy efforts, and seeks to transforms lives through innovative programming and education.

Shelborne South Beach is an Art Deco Miami gem constructed in 1940 and embellished in the 1950s. Situated at Collins Avenue and 18th Street, the lifestyle destination offers 200 guest rooms, including 19 suites, a swimming pool, spa and fitness center and beach access.

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