The Dream South Beach Hotel is the epitome of sexy luxury in Miami. Located between convenient and bustling Collins Avenue and 11th Street, the Dream South Beach Hotel has made use of the former iconic Tudor Hotel and Palmer House. Both are living monuments of the early 1920s and 1930s Art Deco architecture that is now retro and instantly recognizable with its pastel, bright colors that fit in with Miami’s tropical atmosphere. It’s also just 50 yards from the beach and walkable distance from the famed Versace Mansion. In other words, staying at the Dream South Beach Hotel is a chance to have a blast in the fashionable past.
Now, the Dream South Beach Hotel boasts 107 unique and comfortable rooms planned by designer Michael Czysz. The rooms have been planned and executed painstakingly with oversized LCD TVs, high-speed Internet, multiple iPod docking systems, soft-to-the-touch 380+ thread count Egyptian duvets and waffle knit spa robes with fully-stocked private bars. Though the hotel is within walking distance of many nightlife and entertainment destinations, the rooms are nonetheless so cozy that a night in is just as enjoyable as a night on the town.
In addition to the relaxation of the individual 107 hotel rooms, the Dream South Beach Hotel has amenities that make life easy and charming. For the many travelers who love traveling with their dogs, the hotel accepts dogs up to 30 lbs for an affordable one-time fee of $50. A 24-hour concierge makes all your questions answerable at any time with VIP treatment afforded to all guests. The “Shala Spa” or “sanctuary” gives as much comfort to your body as your mind. It utilizes only the best natural and plant-based ingredients with bespoke treatments ranging from Shala Tailored Facial and Massage to the Kaya Kalpa Abhyanga treatment. A luxury hotel would be nothing without a pool, and the hotel features a heated rooftop pool replete with cabanas, chaises, and overlooking the nearby beach.
The Dream South Beach Hotel also offers upscale Mexican food reimagined by Celebrity Chef Ralph Pagano with the Naked Taco. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, it features Mexican mainstays such as carnitas and taquitos, as well as 125 classic and modern tequilas. The Highbar is the rooftop bar that screams 1970s Miami glamor. Sip cocktails by the infinity pool knowing that your dream room awaits you at the end of a long night; the good times never end at the Dream South Beach Hotel.