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A historic 1930's hotel, Greystone Miami Beach has undergone a complete revitalization to become an eclectic juxtaposition of city glam and beachy boho-chic. While maintaining its historical Art Deco facade, the modern interiors give light to unscripted experiences.
Art Deco Style
Make Greystone Miami Beach your base as you explore all the Miami area. Starting from the very moment that you step into this adults-only hotel, you feel our emphasis on excellent customer care and attention to detail.
Learn the History
The history of the Greystone Miami Beach began in the 1930s when prominent architect Henry Hohauser designed over 300 structures in the area. The buildings, which included restaurants, stores, hotels, homes, and apartments, feature such noted Art Deco traits as glass bricks, curved edges, ziggurats, and neon lights. In 1939, Hohauser designed the Greystone. It has recently been renovated to its former magnificence while updated with contemporary touches to make it the eco-friendly green structure that it is today.
Immerse Yourself in an Art Deco Wonderland
The Art Deco movement began in France just before the first World War and spread to the United States soon thereafter. Capitalizing on its prime waterfront location and beautiful sunsets, Miami adopted this architectural style to show off the beauty of this city.
Start from the Greystone as you explore the Miami Beach Architectural District, a neighborhood that comprises a group of 960 buildings that show off the glory of the beloved Art Deco style. Travelers from around the world come to see for themselves this well-preserved U.S. historic district. Gaze at the stunning color schemes of the buildings as pastel pinks and blues, greens, yellows, and oranges float before your eyes.
Visit this Celebrated Hotel
Due to its rich history, the Greystone Miami beach is a member of the prestigious Historic Hotels of America. This designation is awarded to just 300 hotels in the United States and acknowledges the Greystone as one of the finest Historic Hotels. To qualify, a hotel must demonstrate that it has preserved the architecture, ambiance and historical integrity of the building for at least 50 years.