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The guest rooms at The Betsy Hotel are modern and reflect the property’s colonial style architecture and theme. The bright rooms have a lot of white paired with colorful accents. Rattan headboards tie the white, four-poster bed in with the other natural fibers in the room like the jute rug and raffia-covered ceiling. White lacquered side tables flank each side of the bed and are topped with simple modern white lamps. Accent colors are provided throughout the room in the color block curtains, colorful trimmed pillows, and the soft throw on the bed. The windows in the guest rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel have the hotel’s signature plantation-style shutters that keep the sun out and provide privacy.
Despite The Betsy Hotel’s historical landmark designation, the guest rooms and suites here are anything but old-fashioned or even remotely historic, with plantation shuttered windows, dark brown-walnut hardwood floors, white lacquered furniture and poster beds. Splashes of color soften the room, while raffia-covered ceilings, headboards and chairs give it appealing texture. Chrome-and-white ceiling fans and ultra-modern, high-end bathrooms also add a touch of South Beach swank to this luxury Miami hotel’s otherwise colonial-cushy style.
There are three different rooms to choose from: classic, superior and deluxe. The deluxe guest rooms sport some serious ocean views, while the superiors overlook the courtyard and standards face the neighboring Art Deco buildings. If you want more space, choose one of the luxury hotel's suites, which come in classic, superior and royal. The Royal Suite is the best option; it gives you a separate living room with a sofa bed, larger bathrooms and the best view of the Atlantic.