Woke Up In | The Hall South Beach | Travelspective


Tropical mint greens and flamingo pinks adorn the exteriors of classic Art Deco architecture sprinkled along Miami’s South Beach. With retro signage circa the 1940s, a heritage embracing mid-century Miami and a bohemian boutique vibe just off the famed streets of Washington and Collins, The Hall South Beach speaks to the city’s love for its vivacious energy and colorful past. It’s a classic South Beach hotel with all the sultry fixings. Pastel colored walls and palm tree prints pair perfectly together in guest rooms, while the stylish cabanas catch the sea salt breeze as guests sunbathe beside the pool just a block away from the ocean.

Afro-Latin beats at the cocktail bar add to The Hall’s casual-coolness which frequently hosts live music pop-ups. Top Chef alum, Spike Mendelsohn heads up the kitchen at Sunny’s, a casual open-air space offering up beach-eats inspired by his experiences traveling to seaside cafes worldwide. All of this plus a playful backyard serving up locally brewed drinks at its happy hour. Campton Yard is kitted out with an assortment of games amid a moody ambiance of lush trees and fairy lights. No matter the time of year, The Hall’s bohemian beach vibe and art deco influences make it the ideal place to stay for those seeking a brief respite amid the vibrant scene in South Beach.