Essex House Miami
The Essex House, one of Miami Beachís landmark
hotels, has been serving guests since it was
erected back in 1938. This simple yet beautiful
art-deco style building was designed by the
famed Henry Hohauser. Mr. Hohauser is well known
for all of his beautiful art-deco style
buildings he constructed throughout the 1930ís
and 1940ís. Extensive renovations to the
building were completed in 1999 and received
many awards for its authentic restoration.
This old style hotel sits within the Miami Beach
Art-Deco district and serves as a neighborhood
landmark to one of the best examples of Maritime
Art Deco Architecture still left standing. The 3
storey 79 room hotel gives visitors the
experience of the old times with the amenities
Located on the corner of 10th Street and Collins
Avenue, the Essex Hotel finds itself smack dab
in the middle of Miami Beachís renowned night
life. The windows are double-glazed,
sound-absorbing glass to allow you to get some
sleep while the party continues outside.
There are many amenities to be enjoyed here both
in room and throughout the hotel.
Every room in
the hotel is equipped with its own hairdryer,
T.V. (complete with cable and movie channels),
clothes iron, coffee maker, data ports,
complimentary wireless internet access,
voicemail, and air-conditioning.
Every guest that stays also receives a
complimentary continental breakfast (served in
the same room that Al Capone played cards in);
concierge at their service, maid service, and
access to the Tropical Garden Courtyard, a
splash pool, and the convenience of having Miami
Beach just steps away.