South Beach sizzles at Seventh Street and Ocean Drive and the Colony Hotel bar keeps the mojitos flowing to help fuel the party all night long. A fantastic location for guest who want immediate access to the bars, restaurants and hip nightclubs, the Colony’s Art Deco neon lights beckon the party faithful who come to eat, drink and work on their tans. Sidewalks in front of the hotel are filled with great looking beach-goers who appreciate daily drink specials and friendly service day and night. Rooms of up to 380 square feet are appointed with modern furnishings, hard wood floors, platform beds and flat screen TVs.
While a South Beach party vacation is rarely focused on the room, the 50 deluxe accommodations at the budget-friendly Colony Hotel are surprisingly well-appointed and feel spacious and bright. Low profile platform beds in king, queen and double rooms are finished in fine linens, with two oceanfront suites on the second and third floor offering separate lounge areas and jacuzzi jetted tubs in the bathrooms. Directly across the street from the sands of South Beach, the hotel provides towel service but has no pool nor beach chairs. Breakfast is available in the Colony Cafe which faces the busy sidewalks where people watching is as good as it gets.
Guests attracted to the sights and sounds of South Beach will appreciate the remarkable Art Deco facade of the Colony Hotel, perhaps one of the most photographed properties on the historic preservation tours given at the Welcome Center on Tenth Street and Ocean Drive. The vertical blue neon sign buzzes night and day and leads to the streamlined lobby and Colony Bar where fishbowl-sized drinks set the tone for a wild weekend. Popular spots near the Colony include the Clevelander pool bar and the volleyball beach where the promise of highly competitive games attracts tan and toned regulars all week long. For a well-maintained party pad in the heart of the action, check in to the Colony Hotel on Ocean Drive.
736 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139