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King & Grove Tides South Beach
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Why Stay At King & Grove Tides South Beach
Art Deco style meets personalized service at this historic hotel located a short walk from the beach and Ocean Drive entertainment.
Though only 10 stories tall, The Tides still soars—thanks to the tower-like shape of its vintage 1936 Art Deco design. A major overhaul in 2008 by renowned interior designer Kelly Wearstler preserved the building's bones and introduced a sand-and-rose palette, along with a subtle seashell theme that shows up in whimsical chair designs and scalloped poolside planters. The Tides' 45 spacious rooms (starting at 550 square feet) all have ocean views, hammered-brass accent pieces, overstuffed leather chairs, and Vrai all-natural bath products. The hotel anchors Ocean Drive's glitzy bar and restaurant row. The Tides' elegant La Marea restaurant serves Mediterranean fare, and the cozy Coral Bar is known for its limoncello-popsicle martini. Guests are escorted to their rooms by their own personal assistant, who can help with anything from recommending restaurants to booking day trips.
Request a room on the north side of the hotel. The revelry at the raucous bar near the south side can sometimes be heard above the hum of the air conditioner.
Take a break from the beach with an in-room spa treatment. To work out serious kinks, ask for a double—two massage therapists working simultaneously. Or release stress with a full-body botanical mud wrap. Treatments start at $120.
Arrive at Miami Dade International Airport (MIA) which is approximately 12 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 25 minutes of travel time.1220 Ocean Drive, South Beach, Florida, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Beach Access
- Complimentary Beach Setup
- In-Suite Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Business Center
- Living Areas
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Air Conditioning
- Mini Bars
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Bath Robes
- Hair Dryers
- Poolside Lunch
- In-room Dining
- Rates are for 2 people sharing. One rollaway may be added for an additional $50 per night.
- Welcome cocktail
Why We Love South Beach
Wide beaches, buzzy bars, and fine dining with a Latin backbeat. Plus, the stellar people watching.
1412 Ocean Dr.
Dinner for two $120.
Where to Drink: Martini Bar is an intimate space tucked into the corner of the historic Raleigh Hotel, about a mile north of The Tides. Built in 1940, the bar has been scrupulously maintained in its original condition. Signed photos of past loungers like Mick Jagger and Sammy Davis, Jr. attest to its history as a celebrity hideaway. Try the refreshing Sophia, a vodka martini with orange-blossom honey and fresh mint.
1775 Collins Ave.
Drinks for two $30.
Best Shopping: Known for vintage purses and shoes by Louis Vuitton and Pucci, Fly Boutique, located less than a mile north of the hotel, also sells fancy hats and antique jewelry.
1634 Euclid Ave.
Outdoor Excursion: Hop on a Jet Ski and enjoy the view of mansions along Millionaire's Row as a guide shares details about the homes and their famous residents. The launch point is about four miles north of the hotel.
5225 Collins Ave.
90-minute tours start at $149.
Why Go Now
May 12, 2013
Seraphic Fire: Cathedral Classics
Hear a Grammy-nominated choir perform in an intimate setting.
Miami Beach Community Church.
$38 for general admission.
May 22, 2013
Miami Beach Food Truck and Music Fest
Try dozens of specialty food trucks and enjoy live music.
Collins Avenue and 73rd Street.
May 15 - July 21, 2013
From Picasso to Koons: the Artist as Jeweler
See wearable sculptures by artists ranging from Max Ernst to Yoko Ono.
Bass Museum of Art.