Lowest Recent Rate*
1423 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL,
The President Hotel with its rich history and Art Deco charm, designed by L. Murray Dixon, is a beautiful, non smoking, boutique hotel under Swiss Management. It showcases 1930s classic Art Deco elements ranging from patterned terrazzo floors and framed windows to wrought iron railings. A fourth floor with Penthouse Rooms was added during a recent renovation by a French designer. The hotel is located within the Art Deco District of South Beach, only one block away from the beautiful sandy beach and just a few steps from Lincoln road or the area's popular shops, clubs, and restaurants. Aside from being spacious and comfortable, the hotel's 64 crisp and modern rooms are an aesthetic treat, each with an attractive green and white color scheme. Each room has one wall completely covered with a picture portraying green elements of nature. Tile flooring and high-thread-count linens can be found in each room, as well as Czechoslovakian crystal chandeliers that add a touch of elegance.Hotel offers 24 Hour front desk, international staff, Bellman, Spaghetti Bar and Restaurant Italian Cuisine, homemade pasta dishes, Presidential cocktails and more. Valet parking available 30. All rooms were renovated in 2008 and are equipped with amazing amenities such as flat-screen TVs, in-room safes, small refrigerators and independent AC units. Complementary WiFi, private bathrrom with shower, dock radio, Iron/Ironing board and hairdryer.The hotel also offers a nice relaxing patio as well as access to the sister property, the Penguin Hotel (located directly behind the President Hotel), where the guests can enjoy breakfast and lunch at the restaurant located in the lobby.There is a daily resort fee of 15.00 per room per day payable to the hotel at checkout. This includes continental breakfast for two, 2 happy hour drink coupons, free local phone calls, complimentary beach towels in guest room, complimentary WiFi.
* Single lowest rate available in the past 14 days (5/8/2013 to 5/22/2013).