Located in the heart of South Beach and directly on the ocean, Delano is the ultimate world-class urban resort hotel and self-contained destination. It is a cool haven of relaxation in the middle of one of the world's most vibrant cities. Boasting America's first indoor/outdoor lobby, the hotel's public spaces create the feeling of an interwoven "village" with almost no separation between indoors and out. Delano's Indoor/Outdoor lobby includes The Rose Bar, the originally conceived, new kind of "Floating Bar," Six different indoor and outdoor food and beverage areas to include the famous "Blue Door" Restaurant. With its soaring and unforgettably beautiful lobby, legendary white guestrooms, lushly landscaped orchard, breathtaking pool, renowned Agua Spa, and stunning private beach, Delano epitomizes simple chic for a modern world.
Located on the hotel’s roof, the renowned agua spa in Miami is a serenely beautiful and peaceful space that offers state-of-the-art spa treatments aimed at rejuvenating the body, mind and spirit. Housed in a pristine white setting with an enormous private terrace and 360-degree views, agua is the ultimate sanctuary. agua at Delano along with agua at Mondrian in South Beach are the only two spas in the United States to carry products by SJAL.
Blue Door restaurant in South Beach, under the direction of restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow and renowned chef Claude Troisgros, provides refined modern French cuisine with Brazilian and global influences.Plat Bleu
Situated at the end of Delano's celebrated lobby, Plat Bleu is South Beach's newest destination for casual dining day or night. Conceptualized as a "brasserie moderne" alternative to its more formal next-door cousin, the "world renowned" Blue Door at Delano, Plat Bleu offers diners a newly renovated, relaxed and luxe café-like atmosphere for lunch, dinner or late night supper. Consulting Chef Claude Troisgros, a pioneer of French-Brazilian fusion cuisine, working alongside the Delano's new Executive Chef, Maria Manso, has created a French Brasserie menu inspired by his latest restaurant, CT Brasserie, the new rage in Rio de Janiero.Blue Sea
The ultimate eat-in kitchen, Blue Sea is one of the most popular Sushi restaurants in Miami featuring an extensive and innovative selection of fresh seafood, caviar and sushi in the evening. Located in an alcove off the main Lobby, Blue Sea is the obvious choice for a casual meal served in a cozy setting.Rose Bar
The Rose Bar in the Miami Delano is a glamorous and sophisticated space with upholstered rose-colored walls, and custom Venetian chandeliers. It is the perfect spot for a drink and quiet conversation, and the ideal perch for lobby people-watching.The Florida Room
The irresistible allure of mid-century Miami Beach nightlife returns to the city in The Florida Room at Delano. A dazzling collaboration between Morgans Hotel Group and Kravitz Design, The Florida Room is a modern-day piano lounge inspired by a classic period of South Floridian glamour. The focal point of The Florida Room is a Lucite grand piano which has already been played by music legends like Lenny Kravitz and Jamie Foxx. Sparkling subtly beneath the smoky-bronze mirrored ceiling and custom-designed chandeliers, the piano sets the stage for live performances mid-evening and premier international DJ talent into the late night hours.
Playful and elegant, this serene oasis offers a fresh interpretation of “barefoot chic.” Philippe Starck’s original white-on-white design has been enhanced and updated by Tim Andreas of Banjo with rich textures, ethereal accents and a subtly expanded color palette. Luxuriate in down bedding, a rainfall shower and sumptuous MALIN+GOETZ bath amenities. Tune in with entertainment on demand and in-room wireless.Room Amenities Include:
All rooms have a king bed. A rollaway bed can be provided for third person or child in the room (charge of $25 per night may apply and is subject to change without notice). Cribs are complimentary, upon request.
Credit card guarantee required at check-in to be authorized for $150 per day for incidentals. Guests are responsible for incidental charges to be paid upon departure. The hotel will be unable to register any guest that is not able to provide credit to cover charges upon arrival.