Miami, United States

The Hall South Beach

Rates from (inc tax)$135.15

Price information

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Sixties Throwback Flair


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Step into swinging Sixties Miami at The Hall South Beach, which rocks a playful retro vibe, private-beach access, and juice-slinging restaurant Sunny’s. In the evenings, kick back at a picnic table in the laid-back and light-strung beer garden. ¡Bienvenido a Miami!

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Two welcome cocktails in Campton Yard and 15 per cent off at Sunny's


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Need to know


163, including three suites.


11am; earliest check-in, 4pm. Luggage storage is available.


Double rooms from $135.15, excluding tax at 14 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional resort fee of $22.80 per room per night on check-out.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD154.07), via, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Rates generally exclude breakfast; à la carte dishes start at $9.


Miami Beach is across the street from the hotel. A private section of the beach is reserved for hotel guests: it has beach loungers, towels, and a seaside snack stand too.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, valet parking, private beach, swimming pool and fitness centre. In rooms: flatscreen TV, iPod dock, minibar and Jonathan Adler bath products.

Our favourite rooms

All rooms feel especially Floridian, with aqua-coloured walls and dressers, teak-look flooring and hanging tropical plants. We especially like the spacious Pool View Suites; their private balconies and sunloungers are perfect for alfresco brunch and mid-afternoon reading breaks.


The Olympic-size pool is flanked by blue-and-white striped cabanas and sunflower-yellow sunloungers. If the sun leaves you feeling parched, or swimming laps awakens your appetite, you can order anything from Sunny’s to be delivered poolside.

Packing tips

Bring your retro swimwear and aviators, but leave beach bags at home: the hotel supplies totes to take down to the water with you.


The Pool View Suites and Pool View Kings are on the ground floor and wheelchair accessible.


Dogs stay with you free of charge; bowls and treats are provided and no pet deposit is required. See more pet-friendly hotels in Miami.


Although they’re not particularly catered to, children 13 and under are welcome. Cots can be provided for teensy Smiths, and highchairs are available at Sunny’s and Campton Yard.


The hotel recycles, composts and uses recycled products, and the restaurant uses locally sourced ingredients.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

Post up at the juice bar in Sunny’s; at backyard beer garden Campton Yard, snag a spot at one of the central picnic tables and make the most of the action.

Dress Code

Sunny’s is surf-shack casual, so you could show up with just a bathing suit and coverup. But this is Miami, so glammed-up looks also fly here, especially in the evenings.

Hotel restaurant

Start your day with avocado toast and freshly pressed juices (spiked on request) or poached eggs with stone crab and locally roasted coffee at beach-inspired courtyard café Sunny’s. Helmed by Top Chef contestant Spike Mendelsohn, Sunny’s attracts a mix of weekend brunchers, hotel guests and locals. All-day offerings range from Jamnesia jerk wings and housemade chips with guacamole to crispy red-snapper misto and chicken and waffles. Top it all off with beachy cocktails, churros and bonfire s’mores.

Hotel bar

You’ll find Holiday’s cocktail lounge just off the lobby: if in doubt, follow the wafting reggae music. With the loud Latin wallpaper, impressive teak bar and vintage decor, Holiday’s makes it easy to imagine you’re sipping cocktails in kitschy Sixties South Beach. Try a bubbly Lilac Wine or a marmalade-laced spicy margarita – and order light bites from Sunny’s to keep you going. Palm-lined Campton Yard is a backyard beer garden with a Caribbean twist, complete with picnic tables, string of fairy lights and lanterns hanging from the central Banyan tree. Make a night of it with local beers, handcrafted cocktails and specialty hot dogs. We especially  like the ginger-liquor-fuelled Ace cocktail with an aptly named big ass pretzel to nibble on.

Last orders

Sunny's opens for breakfast at 7am and keeps going until 10pm. Order craft beer, tequila and light bites in Campton Yard from noon to midnight, and sway to surf beats as you sip tropical drinks in Holiday's cocktail lounge from 5pm to midnight.


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The Hall South Beach
1500 Collins Ave
Miami Beach
United States


Miami International Airport is 10 miles away; taxis usually run to about $25. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is 30 miles out, and taxis will cost around $60.


If you’d like to bring your own wheels (particularly appropriate if you’re the owner of a pre-1970 convertible), valet parking is $40 a night.

Worth getting out of bed for

Walk to technicolor Wynwood Walls, street artists’ haven, for seriously cool holiday-portrait backdrops, or dawdle through the design district for eye-catching art installations and on-trend shops. Wear your palm-patterned best to blend in with the foliage at Miami Beach Botanical Garden, and check out the evening schedule at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theatre – former home to 1960s TV shows – for concerts and comedy gigs. Boucher Brothers has you covered for water-based activities: they supply just about anything you could conceivably need for the beach, including windsurfing gear, kayaks and sailing boats.

Local restaurants

Get your fill of Southern American fare at Yardbird with a fried-green-tomato BLT, buttermilk biscuits with smoked brisket, chicken and watermelon and waffles; wash it down with a blackberry-bourbon lemonade. You can pull up a chair at Joe’s Stone Crab for dinners of tasty crustaceans, but we like the idea of a takeaway beach picnic; the lobster roll and key-lime pie both transport well. For mezze platters and seafood, head to Middle Eastern-inspired Byblos (+1 305 508 5041) in the art deco Shorecrest building on Collins Avenue. The lush beach-shack decor of Italian eatery Cecconi’s makes us want to stay all day; if we did, we’d start with the baked eggs arrabiata, nibble on zucchini fritti, follow up with truffle and goat-cheese pizza and finish with the vanilla, caramel and sea-salt panna cotta. New York transplant Quality Meats sources their protein from local family-run butchers; it’s the place to go for steaks and charcuterie. Save room for one of their dressed-up ice-cream scoops; we like the King, a peanut butter, banana and bacon tribute to Elvis and the flavours he loved.

Local cafés

At blue, white and breezy Aegean bistro Mandolin, sit on the terrace and order mezze plates, sandwiches and crisp salads; share a chilled bottle of white wine to complete the Greek islands illusion. For bottomless boozy brunch, Little Haiti’s the Fed has you covered; stay your hunger with lemon and ricotta pancakes and breakfast tacos, and quench your thirst with bellinis, mimosas and Coronas, oh my! Pick up a coldbrew from small-batch coffee roaster Panther Coffee (also served in Sunny’s) on your way to Instagram your heart out at Wynwood Walls. Locals love it, so be prepared for a bit of a queue (we swear it’s worth the wait).

Local bars

Get your craft beer and grilled cheese fix at Radio Bar, which also shakes up some serious drinks; try the mezcal and jalapeno Walking Dead cocktail, or the gin, watermelon and basil-based radio cooler. Smiths with a sweet tooth will love the specialty cocktails at Sugar Factory; the chocolatey marshmallow-tinged S'Mores martini is a decadent favourite.


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Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this art-deco hotel in Miami and unpacked their Wynwood Wall prints and vintage sun specs, a full account of their boutique Florida break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside the Hall South Beach…
Stepping into the Hall South Beach – still emblazoned with a Haddon Hall sign on its art-deco exterior – it’s easy to imagine you’re stepping back into 1960s Miami, especially if you keep an eye out for Peggy Olsen as you head to your mid-century-modern room. After unpacking, don your Clubmasters and retro swimwear, grab you in-room beach bag and head to the hotel’s private stretch of sand, or order a parrot lychee sling from your flamingo pool float...
In the evenings, Caribbean-flavoured backyard beer garden Campton Yard lights up with twinkly fairy lights. After a day in the Florida sunshine, it’s the perfect place to unwind with beach cocktails and beers and surf-shack style food. ¡Bienvenido a Miami!

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