The Plymouth has reopened in South Beach after a major renovation, surging to the No. 1 spot on Trip Advisor’s Miami Beach hotel rankings.
Originally opening in 1940, Fernando Santangelo breathed new life into the historic boutique hotel, utilizing a calming color scheme of blues, reds, and greens, while describing the finished product as, “definitely tropical, but more South of France than South Florida.”
Located a couple of blocks off Collins Avenue on 21st Street, the Think Hospitality development also includes a new restaurant, Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill, under the direction of Chefs Bruce and Eric Bromberg and master sushi chef Toshi Ueki.
The Art Deco property is unlike most other new South Beach hotels, offering a variety of antique furnishings throughout the oval-shaped lobby, and decorating guest rooms with a more personal touch, depending on the size and shape.
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