My gf and I visited Miami Beach for the first time. We chose this hotel based on the boutique affect and the proximity to the beach based on the map. In reality, the beach was VERY close to the hotel. The view of the beach was beautiful. There were complimentary chairs and towels given. The free breakfast leaves a lot to be desired, but since it is free, it is not worth complaining about. The 2 drink happy hour is a very nice amenities. Especially, when you are in very nearby to a TGIF Fridays. The bed is not as soft as most would like, but it isn't concrete. The bathroom has a steampunk design, but it is operable. Overall, I will say this side of the beach from 10st on down to 6th street on Ocean Dr. is more for the younger crowd.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A toy-hotel decorated with taste and no compromises, playing around different styles, recycled furniture and objects in an exquisite design and contemporary flair. At the Pelican, you see dining rooms from the 40's, refrigerator's from the 30's, sideboards stolen from a whorehouse, schools and churches for a paramount visual result, emphasizing the trends of the underground culture, movies (John Waters, Pedro Almodovar) and Disney cartoons. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pelican Hotel Miami Beach
- Pelican Miami Beach