What do you get when you take a South Beach historic landmark and give it a luxuriously contemporary redesign? The Marlin Hotel balances the excitement of Miami with the soothing spirit of the sea. Location-wise, this hotel exists at the vibrant epicenter of South Beach. Style-wise? It’s a one-of-a-kind oasis set against the electric buzz that makes this town world-famous.
As you approach the sherbet-colored facade of this distinctly Art Deco landmark, you’ll feel the energy of Miami all around you. Step through the doors and you’ll be greeted by bright colors, rich wooden fixtures -- and an unmistakable splash of South Beach style. From those stunning terrazzo floors to the beautiful framed coral, this is a place that’s deeply influenced by its history and location. At check-in, you receive the iPad that you will use to control all the smart appliances during your stay -- a sign that this place isn’t afraid to embrace its future, too.
Small enough to feel intimate, yet ambitious enough to feel cosmopolitan.
From your rainfall shower to your Nespresso machine, the in-room amenities offer the perfect amount of style and luxuriousness. With Mistral Verbena toiletries in your shower, Kashwere throw blankets on your couch and Sferra bedding on your bed -- you get that in-room spa feel everywhere you turn. There’s a beach bag and two beach towels in every room, meaning nothing stands between you and a day on the sand.
Your day begins with a tasty complimentary continental breakfast. It’s everything you need to fuel an itinerary full of on-the-go adventures … or well-deserved relaxation. The onsite restaurant, Osteria del Teatro, serves Northern Italian cuisine with a Miami twist. With its emphasis on seafood and homemade pasta, and its commitment to using only the finest and freshest ingredients, it’s no wonder this place gets rave reviews. Need a drink? Osteria del Teatro offers a full bar with handcrafted cocktails and an extensive wine list.
With its sun-bleached interiors and its splashy bold hues, The Marlin exudes contemporary style in each of its 33 rooms and suites. In a previous life, this building housed a recording studio, and the spirit of creation still lingers in these walls. From the Babylis flat iron in your bathroom to the Astor Valerian orange milk chocolates you’ll find on your pillow after the nightly turn-down service -- each detail shows how much this boutique cares about making just the right impression.