Royal Palm South Beach Miami


  • Design blending contemporary style with South Beach identity
  • Impressive spa
  • Multiple pools
  • Unbeatable location


  • Small driveway for entering
  • Older elevators

Published 09/18/2015

Fodor's Review

The Royal Palm (formerly The James Royal Palm) is a daily celebration of art deco, Art Basel, modernity, and design detail. Laura Rottet of Rottet Studios was charged with reinventing South Beach's original 1939 Royal Palm and Shorecrest buildings alongside the Royal Palm's younger annexes to create a seamless design masterpiece to the tune of $42 million dollars. Rooms assume a classic South Beach identity with blends of whites and pops of tropical colors. Double-doored minibars open a world of local Florida products, while colossal, wood-framed mirrors function as sliding doors for the oversized bathrooms. Beyond design brilliance, The Royal Palm is an endless induglence of the best of South Beach, including an impressive Renew spa, plenty of beachside and poolside bliss, excellent eating at its in-house restaurant Byblos, and fabulous people-watching. The hotel's location at 15th and Collins places the Royal Palm in the heart of the South Beach action.

Hotel Award Winner | 2013

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Hotel Information


1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, 33139, United States

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305-604–5700; 888-526–3778-reservations

Hotel Details:

  • 234 studios, 159 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 09/18/2015


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