A Brief Idea about the Miami Beach Oceanfront Hotels
The few things that make Miami the most loved destination among both famous and common people are vivacious nightlife, the sunbeams and superb beaches. Increasing the value of these natural beauties are the artificial splendors like the fashion shops, hotels, museums. With so many tourists coming to the beaches frequently and throughout the year, they need hotels to stay there for as long they feel like. The miami beach oceanfront hotels provide utmost simplicity, awe-inspiring aquatic views and easy modes of transport to other attractions.
The National Hotel is an Art-Deco designed hotel that was constructed in the year 1939. It’s one of the most famous buildings in the South Beach areas. The animated colors, modern furniture, well-maintained garden that leads to the private beach are the main highlights of this hotel. This hotel is a part of the famed Preferred Hotels Group. Comprising of 13 sophisticated floors, this building has got 151 rooms to stay in for the guests. The food section is looked after the Tamara Restaurant and has provisions for indoor or outdoor dining in the open terrace. All these make this hotel the most favored Miami Beach oceanfront hotels.
The miami beach oceanfront hotels have got an Asian touch to its make. It’s situated at a mile’s distance between the Bass Museum of Art and Miami Municipal Golf Course. This hotel is ably supervised by the Leading Hotels of the World Group. At an overwhelming 40 stories tall with 140 houses and residential condo villas, it’s undoubtedly the finest means of seaside living. There are provisions of both hotel-dining and room-service serving pan-Asian, Mediterranean and French food.
Another celebrated Miami Beach oceanfront hotel is the South Seas Hotel whose infrastructure is quite alike to that of the National Hotel. Besides the 111 room highly structured organization for housing, there are necessities for outdoor pool, fitness center, tropical gardens, spa and 24-hour access to private beach.
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