First-time visitors to Miami Beach marvel at the sights and sounds of this amazing community – from the Atlantic Ocean and beach itself, to the trendy shops, hip nightclubs, and art galleries, just for starters. But another trait that makes Miami Beach unique is its distinctive architecture. Featuring the world’s largest collection of Art Deco buildings, the South Beach area is home to hundreds of hotels, apartments and other structures, built between 1923 and 1943.
You won’t find a more classic example of Art Deco styling than at the Marseilles Hotel. From the period furnishings in the lobby to the porthole ceiling lighting and cast iron railings, you’ll feel as if you’ve traveled back in time to a more elegant era. But you won’t have to spend a fortune to stay here. Guests of the Hotel Marseilles Miami have called it, “the best value for your money in Miami Beach.”
This 9-story oceanfront hotel has been recently renovated and its 112 rooms and suites feature warm gold-toned fabrics and linens, plus mahogany furnishings – lending a sense of informal luxury to the accommodations. Travelers will feel right at home with a fully-stocked mini bar on hand, cable TV, iron and ironing board, central A/C and in-room safe.
One of the main attractions of the Marseilles Hotel Miami is its private beach and heated pool. After a dip in the ocean, guests can stretch out on the palm-shaded hammock or sip a refreshing daiquiri from the poolside tiki bar. If you’re hungry, there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance. But you can grab a bite to eat right at the hotel. The Chef Vincent Sidewalk Café is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night dining. Cocktails are also served at the lobby bar and lounge.
Another advantage to staying at the Marseilles Hotel is its location, right on Collins Avenue in the heart of SoBe. Park your car and walk to the eclectic shops on Lincoln Road Mall, dine on world-class cuisine at a variety of nearby restaurants like Emeril’s and Nobu, and enjoy the nightlife at clubs like the SkyBar and Opium Group at Cameo. The friendly hotel staff is always ready and able to help with recommendations and reservations.
Business travelers also find the hotel convenient since it’s just a couple of blocks away from the Miami Beach Convention Center and a short drive from Miami’s financial district. Guests can stay connected online via wireless Internet access (surcharge). The Hotel Marseilles South Beach also features an elegant ballroom that can be used for meetings, workshops and receptions.
When you’re looking for an affordable hotel in Miami Beach that epitomizes Art Deco ambience, look no further than the Hotel Marseilles. And when you’re looking for the best deals on Miami Beach hotels, visit CRSHotels.com to book your room. You don’t have to prepay for your room, and there are no fees to change or cancel your reservation.
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