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Now Introducing Townhouse Hotel Miami Beach

July 7, 2016
Written by: Yasha Wallin
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The 1930s in Miami was a golden era of development, with some of the city’s most incredible Art Deco architecture erected back then. One prime example was Townhouse Hotel, built in 1939. Today, that history lives on with a contemporary twist. As elegant as it was back in the day, Townhouse Hotel, now a part of the sbe collection, comes with everything you would expect from sbe, including the perfect balance of a playful yet relaxing experience. The 70-room property boasts a rooftop (tropical sunset viewing, anyone?), a timeless aesthetic by Parisian designer India Mahdavi and ideal location just steps from the sand.

Taking the food and beverage concepts to the next level, K Ramen. Burger. Beer will be opening within the hotel this Fall, featuring comfort food and plenty of specialty beers from Japan. And to fully experience Miami in all its open air glory, guests can enjoy the rooftop lounge with a craft cocktail and gourmet bites.

Not that you ever needed a reason to experience the glamor of South Beach, but Townhouse Hotel is certainly at the top of the list.