Art Deco Architecture: A Miami Beach Signature

Blog + Miami

Art Deco Architecture: A Miami Beach Signature

Image source: Bev Norton via Flickr 

Every city in the world has its own architectural style. Like human beings, no two cities are exactly the same, giving travelers the opportunity to revel in the perpetual exploration of originality and variety.

Amongst this wide variety of architecture and style, certain cities stand out: Barcelona, with its grand mosaics and gothic churches. St. Petersburg, Russia, boasting the colorful spires that inspired Disney World. New York City, home to iconic skyscrapers and structures. And then there’s Miami Beach.

Art Deco architecture is the signature style of Miami Beach, standing alongside the beach and nightlife scenes as one of the city’s top draws for tourists. The Art Deco style was most popular back in the 1920s and 30s, featuring bright colors and blunt, sharply defined geometry. Miami Beach’s Art Deco District, which consists of nearly 1,000 historic buildings, is a visual spectacle of shapely patterns and pastel colors. The district itself, which is in South Beach, is a designated U.S. Historic District.

In addition to the visual and historic appeal of Miami Beach’s Art Deco architecture, the city’s history also stands as a major cultural draw. The district provides visitors with that distinctly Floridian, Tommy Bahama-type vibe that’s perfectly conducive to a relaxing getaway. Miami Beach architecture also provides for a litany of fun activities, including There’s also a wealth tours, parties and city-wide events, like Art Deco Weekend.

South Beach architecture is iconic, important and recognized the world over. If you don’t believe us, take a look at Conde Nast Traveler’s World’s Best Cities for Architecture Lovers.

Hilton Cabana’s 5 Best Art Deco Buildings in Miami Beach:

The Colony Theatre
Lincoln Road Mall
1040 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139

 

The Webster Miami
1220 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

 

Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139

 

Bass Art Museum
2100 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

 

Joes Stone Crab
11 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

 

 

HILTON CABANA MIAMI BEACH

Reserve Now

Dear Valued Guest,
 
The anticipation is building, join us in the excitement! Starting December 1, 2020 for approximately 30 days, we are partnering with the Florida Department of Transportation to revitalize our hotel’s parking garage entrance just for you! Sincerely, we apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause, although of course rest assured, our team has planned and is excited to continue to meet and exceed the ideal Miami Beach experience you’ve come to expect from us. We will continue to provide valet parking as available and because the work is on the front side of the building, we don’t expect any interruption to your beach or general facilities experience.
 
 
If you wish to learn more about the design scope, please feel free to contact us directly at (305) 864-6261. We know you have a choice while traveling and we thank you for considering our Hilton Cabana. All of us look forward to safely continuing to serve your travel needs. Welcome to beautiful Miami Beach!
 
 
Yours in Hospitality Always,
 
The Hilton Cabana Miami Beach Family