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Must Stay: Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel Miami Beach

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Located at 1825 Collins Ave, Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel built during the art deco era of the 1950s has been remodeled with luxury in mind. Nautilus features a comfortable, relaxing design which resembles a luxury beach house in Southern France.

Located minutes from the popular Lincoln Road (a fashionista playground) and the South Beach party scene, guest staying at Nautilus have unlimited access the hotel’s private, beach, pool, bar, restaurant, and cafe right on the property. Guest can also take advantage of the hotel’s bike rentals and world-class spa for an additional fee.

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The Rooms: 

Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel, is a 250-room oceanfront hotel with 51 suites, two signature suites, and one penthouse. All rooms offer spectacular views of downtown Miami or Atlantic ocean.

All rooms were carefully designed with neutral colors keeping relaxation and modern elegance in mind. I can promise you Nautilus will have you swoon upon arrival with its calming, clean colors and high attention to detail.

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The Amenities: 

With the endless amount of amenities on site, guest will have to come back just to enjoy all of them! Check out everything the hotel offers below:

  • Private beach entrance (no additional cost for towels)
  • Pool (no additional cost for towels)
  • Cabana rentals
  • Spa
  • Indoor, outdoor, and poolside bar
  • Restaurant
  • Hotel Cafe
  • Rose Brunch (Sunday’s )
  • Daily Happy Hour 5pm-7pm
  • Weekend BBQs
  • Yoga (Saturday’s 10am)
  • Boutique
  • Bike rentals

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Looking to book a vacation to Miami? Give the Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel in Miami Beach a try. Odds are you’ll love it!

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