There are plenty of luxurious hotel rooms on South Beach, but sometimes you need a little more space. Deco went straight to the top — of the Nautilus Hotel — and found out how you can live the suite life.

After a two-year renovation, the Nautilus Hotel reopened in 2015, offering an art deco feel with a modern vibe.

Steven Hiblum, Nautilus Hotel: “The hotel was opened in 1952 as the Nautilus Hotel. We wanted to keep that historical charm, but also make it that modern day Miami Beach.”

And while the hotel’s 250 rooms will make you feel at home, it’s the penthouse that’s truly over the top.

Steven Hiblum: “On the west side, we have one room, it’s a 1,600-square-foot penthouse which also has attached to it a 1,500-square-foot outdoor deck.”

Wood floors and eclectic furnishings give the penthouse a homey, yet hip feel.

Steven Hiblum: “Once you walk in, you actually — it is breathtaking in every sense. The master bed has a very high ceiling, also covered with wood, yet it still gets that warm yet very residential Miami Beach feel.”

Step outside and pop the bubbly. The outdoor terrace is the perfect place for a romantic getaway.

Steven Hiblum: “If there’s a couple that would really enjoy all the perks and kind of go all out in Miami Beach, this is the penthouse for them. You have the views, you have the breeze, and really, there’s no place like it.”

With a vintage mini bar, a huge soaking tub and a shared oceanview deck, the Nautilus will have you living in style, for a price.

Steven Hiblum: “Anywhere from $2,500 to about $7,000 for Art Basel.”

Gotta pay to play — to live the suite life.


Nautilus South Beach
1825 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 503-5700

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