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The Raleigh Hotel

1775 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
| +1 305-534-6300

The Raleigh: South Beach History Before Your Eyes

Along the glittery street of Collins Avenue in South Beach is the Raleigh Hotel, a smart and stylish blend between sparkling lights of Miami and the rich history that old Florida is known for. Immerse yourself in the calming and relaxing vibe of the hotel from the moment you enter the the lobby. Sip a martini at the bar that has been serving shaken cocktails for nearly 50 years.

Take a seat on one of the plush couches and get into the luxurious and sensual atmosphere that keeps South Beach at the top of its game.

If you are hungry, make your way to the outdoor restaurant, Restaurant Michael Schwartz located along the twinkly lit bar on the patio. Chef Michael Schwartz helms the kitchen, using farm fresh ingredients and local seafood.

Once you are finished sampling the variety of specialty cocktails with fresh smoked herbs and prime liquors along with crispy crab cakes and shrimp toast, head to the expansive pool patio, which seems to go on forever. It is commonly known as the most famous pool in MIami.

The Raleigh is most well known for hosting Miami Swim Week, where the top names in fashion will sit along the twinkling trees and poolside cabanas to view the next seasons swimsuit trends.

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AFAR Local Expert
almost 3 years ago

The Raleigh Hotel in South Beach

The Raleigh Hotel in Miami is a great combination of nostalgia and current design trends. Upon arrival you'll notice the Art Deco design along world-famous South Beach. The Raleigh has been sitting along Collins Avenue for years, and continues to be one of the hottest spots on the beach. The hotel is commonly known as the hotel property for Miami Swim Week, bringing celebrities, models and iconic designers to the hotel grounds. Upon check-in you'll be greeted with a key - yes, a real key, just like back in the day. The lobby chic 50's decor gives great character. Stop in the cafe for great coffee, pastries or smoothies. There's also an intimate cocktail bar and lounge that Hemingway would have loved. Outside there's a huge patio and a massive swimming pool, and private hotel beach club.

The rooms are small, but it's pretty typical with the historic Art Deco hotels in South Beach. The views are amazing and the hotel is a quick walk to Lincoln Road and popular nightlife.