National Hotel in Miami Beach Unveils Newly Renovated Rooms

By Jesse Sokolow on 13 December 2012
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The National Hotel in Miami Beach has unveiled newly renovated guestrooms.  The rooms include details that pay homage to Art Deco design.

The bed frames, desks, and entertainment console corners of the rooms have chrome plate accents.  The furniture is made out of hardwood Sapele (a wood known for its brown-reddish tones) and has a piano-like finish.

The new rooms also feature ample lighting and chrome wall clocks.  The bathrooms include mahogany tones and green terrazzo showers accented by white tiles and grey terrazzo floors.

Opened in 1939, the 14-story National Hotel tower is one of Miami Beach’s most iconic Art Deco properties.  A distinguishing feature of its design is its 14-story tower and cupola. The hotel includes a 205 foot-long infinity pool, the longest in Miami Beach, and the hotel’s restaurant, The Restaurant, offers guests a Mediterranean-influenced menu, featuring breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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