“The recently restored Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel, on Collins Avenue, was originally built in the 1950s by the neo-Baroque architect Morris Lapidus. Its contemporary lobby features nods to the era, with semicircular velvet sofas and gilded accents. Behind it is a saltwater pool with a garden leading straight to the beach.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Miami.
The Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel, is a five-star hotel located on 1825 Collins Avenue along the Miami Beach. This fine establishment offers stylish and luxury room options for guests in the city for either business or pleasure. The hotel is located right next to a beach making it the perfect romantic or vacation destination for visitors in Miami.
The hotel rooms feature dark wood and leather furnishing that gives it a touch of elegance and class. Photography taken by renowned photographer, Sante D’Orazio is also present in the rooms of the hotel.
The hotel offers chic room options fitted with standard amenities and facilities such as Junior King Suite, Sixty Suite, and King Studio. Other rooms come with a view of the city such as Deluxe King Ocean Front, King Room Ocean Front and King Room with Balcony – Ocean Front. These special rooms are also fitted with VIP facilities.
The hotel offers proximity to some of the city most famous places and landmarks such as the South Beach district which is about a 10-minute walk away from the hotel. The famous Miami Beach Golf Club is only a 5-minute drive away while the Bass Art Museum is only 300 m away from the hotel premises.
Rooms in the hotel are fitted with standard amenities such as free Wi-Fi for high-speed internet access, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, air conditioning and a comfy sofa.
The on-site hotel restaurant offers a wide variety of local and international cuisines for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.