Originally built as the Nautilus Hotel, this oceanfront luxury property is located in the heart of Miami Beach’s art deco district at 1825 Collins Avenue on the strip near The Delano and The Setai. Designed by famed architect Morris Lapidus (The Fontainebleau) in the 1950s, the Nautilus South Beach has been perfectly restored to its original spirit and updated with the inclusion of a fabulous new restaurant called The Driftwood Room, a grand “sunken in” lobby lounge, extensive events and meeting room space, an utterly chic pool bar, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Besides the well appointed and spacious guest rooms, many with ocean front views and balconies, the hotel features two fabulous Penthouses with dazzling ocean views, a private garden terrace, dining area and kitchen designed to elicit the comfort of one’s own beach home, all with the added glamour of a modern and sophisticated hotel located on Miami Beach’s Golden Row.
For ultimate privacy, use the hotel’s roof top sun deck overlooking the vibrant Miami Beach and the Atlantic Ocean. It’s breathtaking and not everyone comes up here.