The Hall South Beach is a classic 1940’s Art Deco retreat freshly transformed into a wildly bohemian South Beach boutique hotel. The hotel’s original and world renowned architect L Murray Dixon could never quite have imagined the colorful Pop Art Deco-dence that has been brought to The Hall. Designer Robert McKinley drew inspiration from Miami’s mid-century beach culture as well as Caribbean and Latin American destinations. This vintage and tropical design celebrates the Deco heritage of the building while incorporating a playful and casual beach vibe. Guestrooms feature custom and reclaimed furnishings accented with a bold Caribbean color scheme. Beach-inspired artwork adorns the two-toned Floridian colored walls and original hardwood floors provide a warm touch.
Today’s in the moment vibe is very much alive in this 1.5 acre playground where you’re free to be as lazy as you want to be or take on downtime with a vengeance. Hit the super-sized pool and cabanas with refreshing popsicles or locally inspired cocktails in hand. Hang like a Hemingway at the cocktail lounge, Holiday’s. Take the edge off with Spike Mendelsohn’s surf shack inspired cuisine at Sunny’s. And don’t miss Campton Yard, the backyard garden under a banyan tree where you can wear board shorts and bikinis and hone your mad ping pong skills while getting social with the locals before heading out for a night on the town.