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Endless gratitude for the revival of Art Deco in Miami Beach, a permanent reminder of the spirit of the city. Palihouse Miami Beach, a hotel of a different kind, is the first luxury hotel by the acclaimed Spanish architect, Oscar Niemeyer and is the perfect combination of contemporary and Art Deco.
The original Greenbrier Hotel (est. 1940) has been reimagined as Palihouse Miami Beach, offering 71 oversized residential-style rooms and studios, most with kitchenettes. The hotel is located on the Indian Creek Waterway in a restored Art Deco building set in the most prime area of Miami Beach, just minutes walk to the beach, as well as Miami’s best in art, culture, restaurants and shopping.Palihouse Miami Beach features Greenbrier Swim & Social, a lobby lounge, cocktail bar, front patio and outdoor pool area serving an all-day food and drink menu that brings hotel guests and neighbors together for sun, cocktails, dining and more! The Studio Queen spans 215 – 350 square feet and features a fantastically comfortable Queen size bed, sitting and work area, luxury linens, and custom bespoke furniture and artwork. The Studio Queen includes a fully stocked mini bar with gourmet snacks, vanity kitchenette, espresso machine, 43″ HDTV with premium channels, walk-in rain shower and custom Palisociety bathroom amenities.
The Studio Queen with Balcony spans 255 – 350 square feet, is flooded with natural light and features a fantastically comfortable Queen size bed, sitting and work area, balcony, luxury linens, and custom bespoke furniture and artwork. The Deluxe Studio Queen includes a fully stocked mini bar with gourmet snacks, vanity kitchenette, espresso machine, 43″ HDTV with premium channels, walk-in rain shower and custom Palisociety bathroom amenities.The California-based, family-owned hotel business Palisociety (which has several hotels in California, one in Seattle, and one coming soon in Portland) partnered with Miami investors to open their first property on the East Coast. The hotel's original Art Deco building has a storied past, established in the 1940s as the Greenbrier hotel (most recently however, it was private apartments). The Palihouse's bar, restaurant, and outdoor pool area is called Greenbrier Swim & Social, a nod to the 1940s that carries on the retro-cool vibe. Tell us about the accommodations. Any tips on what to book? My room, which I shared with my son, was a studio queen and just the right size. With a cute balcony (big enough for two people to sit outside) overlooking the Indian Creek, my room felt like a place to recharge after a busy beach day or a nonstop Miami night. All rooms are painted in soothing shades of peach and cream, with cotto effect tiled floors, lush cream and white linens, pretty ceramic plates over the bed, and vintage-style furniture. If you told me I was in Provence on walking in, I would have believed it. The bed was so comfortable that I actually noticed it (and I sleep in a lot of comfy beds). Tech was limited to just what you need, including a tablet with well-edited recommendations for local beaches, bars, restaurants, and shopping. A lot of time went into the rooms' details, and it shows. The bathrooms are all neatly tiled walk-in showers with big rainfall shower heads and luxury bath amenities. I felt my room was perfect for a couple, or for me and my son. Another room option I'd consider for a bit more space on another visit is the Studio King with Balcony—it was far larger, with a sitting area and a larger balcony, too, with creek AND pool views. Is there a charge for Wi-Fi? (Source: www.cntraveler.com)