A Mediterranean South Beach oasis
A charming small hotel tucked away in a quiet tree-filled corner of Miami Beach, The Angler’s Boutique Resort makes you forget that you’re in South Beach. Two of the buildings within the resort date back to the 1930s, when architect Henry Maloney bucked the area’s Art Deco trend and created the Mediterranean Revival structures. His buildings fell to disrepair until modern-day architects Ralph Choeff and Allan T. Shulman revitalized Angler’s, adding buildings whose look is more in line with neighboring hotels. The result is a standout art deco design mixed with the traditional Mediterranean Revival style, featuring stucco walls, arch- and circle-shaped windows, iron-rod balcony railings and lush tropical gardens surrounding the property.
Inside the boutique hotel, you’ll appreciate the personalized in-room check-in and spacious 45 suites. But you won’t want to miss the other amenities as well, including a large pool, en-suite spa treatments, Latin-influenced food and drinks served at the 660 Artisanal Cocktail Bar & Lounge, and a delicious brunch held on weekends outside on the front patio. And if you need a break from the quiet, the buzzy South Beach scene is only steps away.