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Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach  Miami Beach Florida United States
Delano South Beach
Nearly hidden behind a tall row of hedges is Delano South Beach, a landmarked hotel built in 1947 and renovated by Ian Schrager and Philippe Starck in 1995. Schrager and Starck wanted Delano to feel like a home; to that end, Starck created a series of discrete “living spaces,” with mismatched furniture, in the hotel's common areas. Each of the spaces is intended to evoke specific images and experiences from his childhood, such as a wall of nightlights. The Delano's backyard and pool area are an extension of the lobby's “living room,” and that's why a table and two chairs sit in a shallow section of the pool, and why the hotel's veranda features the kind of comfortable furniture usually found inside a building, rather than outside it. In rooms, guests will find oversized marble bathtubs, said to be a favorite among NBA players because of their seven-foot length, along with Malin + Goetz toiletries.
1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
+1 305-672-2000