Marseilles Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla., sits on Collins Avenue right on the beach. The hotel is 3 blocks from the Miami Beach Convention Center and Art Deco Historic District. Miami International Airport is 9 miles (14.5 kilometers) from the hotel.
Designed by the famous European architect Robert Swartburg in 1948, the Art Deco-inspired Marseilles Hotel displays vertical emphasis and a combination of flat and curved walls, use of glass blocks, neon, cove and porthole ceiling lighting, and cast-iron railings. The sun and warm seaside waters beckon from just outside the hotel's back door, where a narrow sundeck is fringed by gardens surrounding a 90-by-25-foot seasonal pool. The Poolside Tiki Bar offers drinks and lunch items, and beyond the pool, the hotel features a deep sundeck and a palm-tree grove with hammocks.
Inside the hotel, guests can enjoy the casual, street-front veranda of the Gavroche at the Beach Restaurant or the big-screen television, overstuffed couches, pool table, Art Deco paintings, and stained-glass panels of the Lobby Bar. Laundry facilities are available on site, and wireless Internet access is available throughout (surcharge). Limited self parking is available for a surcharge. Marseilles Hotel is a smoke-free property.
The 9-story Marseilles Hotel offers 117 guestrooms featuring understated gold tones, high ceilings, yellow accent walls and mahogany furniture. Amenities include cable television, telephone, in-room safes, rollaway beds (surcharge) and wireless Internet access (surcharge).
Accessible rooms are available.