The Riviera South Beach combines Hollywood Regency touches with bold, modern decor in a trendy South Beach setting. The overall appearance pays reverence to Dorothy Draper, the influential 20th-century decorator famous for her lavish aesthetic and elaborate flourishes, with rooms exuding a mixed and matched design, integrating gold-accented chiffon prints and black-and-white cowhide rugs. Royal blue and majestic gold stripes adorn the walls in guest rooms, creating an enchanting and elegant atmosphere. Floor-to-ceiling silk draperies are poised along the walls, flowing along sleek espresso hardwood floors. This secluded retreat features 52 imaginatively designed one-bedroom apartment-like accommodations, along with two penthouse suites averaging over 700 square-feet. Guest suites feature full gourmet kitchens complete with stainless steel appliances and granite counter-tops, separate living and dining areas with pullout sofas, 100% organic cotton pillow-top beds, and rain shower heads. Outside, there's an intimate courtyard pool oasis, surrounded by private cabanas, cushioned beach chairs, and potted plants and palms. Located just steps from the famed Collins Avenue and white sand beaches, the retreat invites guests to indulge in secluded luxury and an array of amenities in South Beach's most unique setting.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Riviera South Beach
- 318 20th Street
- Miami Beach , FL 33139
- United States
Located just steps from the famed Collins Avenue, the beach, the convention center, boutiques, restaurants and nightlife, the Riviera South Beach invites guests to indulge in secluded luxury and an array of amenities in South Beach's most unique setting.
Fine Dining on Site
Moreno’s Cuba is the hotel’s Cuban-inspired eatery within the Riviera Hotel premises. Created by the hotel’s owner, Nathan Lieberman, and the Latin Grammy award-winning Cuban recording artist, Jorge Moreno. The restaurant’s concept has been developed around an authentic Havana speakeasy Moreno’s grand uncle, “Jorge Sanchez Villar” owned during the Cuban revolution, that combined with the service and food concept from the legendary restaurant in Cubas premiere “Hotel Nacional” which Moreno’s Grandfather “Antonio Moreno” ran.
VIP access to the beach.
One-bedroom suites offer apartment-like accommodations with gourmet kitchens, separate living and dining areas.
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Beach
- - Jogging & Running
- - Shopping
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