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Dream South Beach

  • 1111 Collins Avenue
  • Miami Beach, FL 33139 US
  • | Reservations 1-305-673-4747
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4.55Average TripAdvisor Overall Rating of 4.5 of 5 for Dream South Beach
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Escape to an Art Deco-Inspired South Beach Luxury Hotel

Recipient of the 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award

Your loftiest dreams become a reality when you step foot in the art deco-inspired haven that is Dream South Beach. Located on Collins Avenue, our hotel is surrounded by stylish boutiques, the hottest clubs and is just 50 yards from pristine white sand beaches. Right next door is another fashionable address, Villa by Barton G., once known as the famed Versace Mansion Casa Casuarina.

Hospitality is reinvented at our luxury hotel in South Beach. Art Deco style meets French Moroccan chic, at Dream South Beach, which boasts 108 guestrooms and suites designed by Michael Czysz with modern amenities such as large flat screen TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi for a fee, fully-stocked minibars, Etro bath amenities and much more. While here, be immersed in late 70’s poolside glamour at our rooftop pool and lounge, indulge in Mexican fare at Naked Taco, slip into ecstasy with a relaxing spa treatment, and enjoy an atmosphere that is both cosmopolitan and comfortable. For a stunning nightlife experience, head up to Highbar by the rooftop pool lounge and sample creative concoctions while taking in the Miami skyline.

Our South Beach Miami luxury hotel is an ideal destination for groups and events, with our unique rooftop lounge catering to 275 guests. We also have convenient access to The Art Deco Welcome Center and Wolfsonian Museum with even more space. Bask in the whimsical character of our destination and be pampered with unexpected and uncompromising service standards.

Welcome to the hypnotic hideaway of Dream South Beach

Enter a South Beach boutique hotel boasting an artistic atmosphere that is just as edgy and lively as its design. Bolstered by an art deco allure that dates back to the 1930's, Dream South Beach features a number of exquisite elements throughout the property, including 3-D mixed media art by Austin-based artist Adam Morey, original artwork by artist Gamma, work by Chatwal's friend, the artist Natalie Arias, and other eye-catching fixtures. The design of the guestrooms and rooftop lounge, in particular, evoke a feeling of the late '70s with a hint of poolside enchantment.

Once known as two legendary hotels, the Tudor Hotel and Palmer House, Dream South Beach is an icon in Miami. The building was designed by reputable master architect, Lawrence Murray Dixon, responsible for designing some of the most popular hotels in Miami Beach, including The Victor Hotel (1937), The Raleigh Hotel (1940), The Marlin (1939), The Tides Hotel (1936), The Senator (1939), and The Ritz Plaza Hotel (1940). His work is best known for its striking use of circles and banding.

Dixon was a native Floridian whose career started in New York where he worked for Schultze and Weaver, the firm famous for designing the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Though he did not receive a complete architectural education, he was nevertheless the most prolific architect practicing in Miami Beach in the late 1930s and early 1940s. In fact, Dixon was one of the first architects to build large-scale hotels in the Art Deco style in Miami Beach, two of those creations being the Palmer House hotel and Tudor Hotel Miami, which became Dream South Beach in the summer of 2011.

Organized by design house Architropolis under the direction of Michael Czysz and interiors lead Kelly Ogden, Dream South Beach brilliantly evokes Miami’s distinct atmosphere and history through its multi-million dollar renovation of both the Palmer House and the Tudor Hotel. In merging the hotels into one entity, the goal of the hotel design team was to carry the glamour of the properties into the present day. The result is a new golden age of Miami sophistication.

Come explore for yourself the country’s first twentieth-century architectural district to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.