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The design style of The Angler’s Boutique Resort infuses Mediterranean Revival stucco walls and circle-shaped widows with a mix of art deco elements, including bold geometric shapes and sleek, clean lines. It was originally designed by architect Henry Maloney in the 1930s and still has that era’s ambiance with its charming, simple style. However, it’s been slightly updated with in-room electronics (Bowers & Wilkins speakers that work with your iPhone) and check-in that takes place in your suite (rather than in the lobby). It’s a beach getaway that’s appropriate for both the modern and classic traveler.
At this South Beach hotel, you almost forget that you’re amid the hustle and bustle of Washington Avenue. Surrounded by beautiful shady trees, the sophisticated property gives off a serene island vibe while still offering a historical value in the area. Not only is it one of the rare examples of Mediterranean Revival architecture in this part of town, but Angler’s has housed influential travelers, such as Ernest Hemingway, in the same space that the modern jet-setter enjoys today.