The National Hotel South Beach is playing a game of Keep-Up-with-the-Joneses with its neighboring hotels, and this can only turn out well for everyone. After getting approval in November, the National is beginning the redesign work that will change the interior and exterior of the hotel. As HotelChatter reports, the renovations include a new entrance canopy, a one-story building by the pool deck and most crucially a whole new addition to their backyard.
That addition? A definitely-not-a-food-truck (illegal by Florida law) that will be serving some kind of deliciousness. Bets on it? I'm thinking maybe some delicacies travelling northward from the caribbean, but it could also be the American classics. In any case, it's a welcome addition to one of South Beach's older and more charming boutique hotels. We're glad to see that the National Hotel is making an effort to revitalize the property to build on its already lustrous and historic past.
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