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Miami Beach As It Should Be

Waldorf Towers South beach

Postcard-Perfect Pastel

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Stroll along the balmy, sun-soaked Ocean Drive and you’ll soon see the cool, creamsicle-like facade peeking out behind the palm trees. Architect Albert Anis knew exactly what he was doing when he devised this 43-room Art Deco masterpiece, writing the script for the city’s skyline. And, of course, we knew better than to try to change the vibe—even the signature rooftop lighthouse is still proudly perched above us. This is Miami Beach as it should be. A symbol of style. An enclave of relaxation.

Waldorf Towers is everything you need. And nothing you don’t.

At a Glance:

  • Oceanfront Location
  • Valet Parking
  • Lobby Bar Coming Soon
  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Beach Chairs & Towels
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Stylishly Spacious

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Dine Like an Icon

Live like a jetsetter, trendsetter, and tastemaker at ICON, the on-property, al fresco restaurant. Settle into one of the rattan chairs lining the sidewalk and sample a little bit of everything, including fresh pasta, seafood, and flatbreads. Then, finish up with an espresso and pastry at Caffe Milano.

Sun Seekers Speak

We Loved It

“Perfect for a couples trip. We were very happy with the service, rooms, and the views. Definitely recommend—sure this will not be our last visit!”
-Alex G. | Tripadvisor

Our Experience Was Amazing!

“The staff met us outside and helped with our luggage. Everyone was extremely friendly. The food was great and the room was clean. We would stay again! ”
-Robert I. | Tripadvisor

A Gem on Ocean Drive

“Clean and modern rooms. Cute restaurant opened for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The service is superb—the manager even suggested places to visit in the area. ”
-Luz Adriana L. | Tripadvisor

Overlooking Ocean Drive

With the water just steps away, all you have to do is grab your flip flops and stroll over. Looking to venture out a little more? Lummus Park and the rest of the Art Deco District are just a minute north by foot. You can even catch a quick ride and find yourself in the ever-popular Collins Avenue Shopping District. Miami International Airport is also less than 20 minutes away.