Nautilus by Arlo
The Nautilus Hotel is a casual and elegant oceanfront hotel in Miami Beach, designed by famous architect Morris Lapidus in the 50’s. We stayed at the hotel only recently, after its renovation, and we were pleased to see that the perfect Art Deco atmosphere of South Beach has been kept. Located in the heart of the Art Deco district, and just steps away from busy Lincoln Road, it is close to some of the nicest bars and restaurants in Miami Beach. Enjoy the hammocks overlooking the beach and the cabanas by the pool, and being catered to by the friendly waiting staff, who serve the pool and beach areas. The hotel houses the Cabana restaurant and offers some poolside spa services for ultimate pampering. The rooms have a sleek design and are very comfortable and cozy, quite charming actually, with its vintage trunks and pretty textiles. Standard rooms have queen size beds only, so perhaps consider upgrading to a king superior room or the studios and suites, should you need more space. Don’t miss pictures by the access to the beach with its bamboo passageway, and make the most of your stay with complimentary bike rides by the promenade.