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Hotel Breakwater South Beach
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Why Stay At Hotel Breakwater South Beach
A Miami Beach icon since 1936, the Hotel Breakwater South Beach, on Ocean Drive, mixes Art Deco pedigree with newly revitalized interiors.
Yet another indication of Miami's hotel explosion? The revitalized Hotel Breakwater South Beach, a 1936 Art Deco gem that is once again ready for prime time, thanks to a radical renovation that included the addition of the former Edison Hotel next door. The top-to-bottom update in 2011 retained the exterior and the property's iconic double-sided marquee tower and signage: a reminder of architect Anton Skislewicz's original design, which helped to shape the city's skyline. Inside, designer Stephen Jacobs went full force. Shunning typical tropical colors, spaces are done up in white and lime green; the 100 spacious rooms overlook Ocean Drive or the shore itself. But the property's rebirth is most obvious at the popular rooftop deck, where fashion-forward travelers sunbathe, cocktails in hand.
Don't miss a dip in the hotel's glass-sided plunge pool, where swimmers feel as though they're floating above Ocean Drive.
Set the alarm clock to catch the sunrise; there's no better place to greet the dawn than on the hotel's rooftop deck, which faces east.
Arrive at Miami-Dade Airport (MIA) which is approximately 11 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 15 to 25 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.940 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Rooftop Terrace
- Beach Access
- Beach Amenities
- Concierge Service
- Flat-screen TVs
- iPod Docking Stations
- Work Desks
- Mini Bars
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Double Sinks
- Rain Forest Showers
- Nightly Turn down
- 2 Restaurants
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 1 child under 12 in existing bedding
- Welcome drink
- Beach chairs
- 24-hour fitness center access
- Bicycle rentals
- Local and International phone calls
Why We Love Miami Beach
There's more to South Beach than club-hopping and celeb-spotting; there are also beachfront parks, chic boutiques, and world-class cultural institutions such as the Bass Museum and the Frank Gehry—designed New World Center.
1001 Ocean Dr.
Tours from $20 per person.
Where to Shop: On alternate Sundays, more than 100 vendors sell retro fashions and vintage furnishings at the Lincoln Road Antique & Collectible Market. The nearby Lincoln Road Farmers' Market is the place for local fruit and fresh-made pastries.
Lincoln Road and Drexel Avenue.
Where to Eat: Grab a seat at the bar at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar and order up southern food with a creative twist. Don't miss the ribs, grits, and bourbon.
1600 Lenox Ave.
Dinner for two $80.
Where to Drink: Mango's, just next door to the Breakwater Hotel, is a South Beach nightclub well known for live music, dancing, and the bar's signature Mambo wings.
900 Ocean Dr.
Drinks for two from $25.
Why Go Now
April 27 - June 22, 2014
A highly entertaining concert series for all ages to the timeless toe-tapping classical tunes of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Biltmore Hotel: 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables.
July 18-22, 2014
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
Top-tier names of swimwear and designer couture converge in Miami.
Wynwood Fashion District, Miami.
August 1 - September 30, 2013
Miami Restaurant Month
This mouth-watering restaurant promotion showcases the very best of Miami cuisine.
Stone Crab Season
Stone crab is in season only from mid-October to mid-May. Try Joe's Stone Crab, a Miami Beach institution since 1913.
11 Washington Ave.
December 5-8, 2013
Many South Beach hotel lobbies—including the Breakwater's—double as art galleries during this annual event, which showcases the works of more than 2,000 artists.
Miami Beach Convention Center: 1901 Convention Center Dr. (between Dade Boulevard and 17th Street).