Hotel Review: Angler’s Boutique Resort

A Miami vacation can mean lazy days on the beach, educational exploration of the natural flora and fauna, a study in the incredible architecture or sizzling nights in South Beach. Staying at the Angler’s Boutique Resort brings all of that together in a high end relaxing getaway. Architecture buffs will love the history associated with the Angler’s Boutique Resort as it brings together the exterior design of Henry Maloney and interior genius of Interior Designer Wallace Tutt and architects Allan Shulman and Ralph Choeff. This boutique hotel has an old Florida approach that is welcoming and incredibly luxurious. Situated right in the heart of South Beach’s most happening spot, flanked by world class restaurants, exquisite shopping, and some of the most popular clubs in the country, this hotel has more to offer than its charming architecture.


Staying at The Angler’s Boutique Resort

Built in the 1930’s the Angler’s hotel stands out for its attractive Mediterranean Revival buildings in a neighborhood of Art Deco. Angler’s features duplexes and studio suites to fit every lifestyle. Duplex suites are two story units with a living area on the main floor and the sleeping accommodations on the second with a spiral staircase between. Duplexes offer luxuries such as private spa & patio, private spa and garden, private rooftop and pool views, roof decks, king beds, two full baths, club chairs, plasma televisions, DVD players, IPOD docking stations and surround sound, wireless internet, wet bars, refrigerators and mini-bars. The studio suites are one level rooms with amenities that can include balconies with pool views, terrace and city views, club chairs, plasma televisions, DVDs, IPOD docking stations and surround sound, wireless internet, wet bars, refrigerator and a mini bar. Select the amenities you want and the suite that best suits your lifestyle and price considerations.

Attractions at The Angler’s Boutique Resort

The attractions at The Angler’s Boutique Resort are basically the same as they are for every hotel in the Miami area, the beach and the South Beach scene. Miami’s Beaches are each a little bit different and draw a different crowd, learn a bit about the beaches before you decide to spend a day at one. If you’re inclined to spend more time in the hotel make sure you take advantage of the spa, pool and fitness area. Architecturally the Angler’s Boutique Resort offers something unique, four intimate and unusual buildings and its historical significance make it a favorite among those with a discerning architectural eye. In addition the hotel features a quaint pool with poolside cabanas that are great for dining or a spa treatment. If you’d rather have your spa treatment in your room that can also be arranged. For those who prefer dining in a restaurant as opposed to poolside, 660 Mediterranean Kitchen is a great option. This in house restaurant is a refreshing escape with Mediterranean overtones. Dining options include a cozy interior and lush landscaped exterior and both places offer fine dining with fresh and inspired ingredients.

Angler’s Boutique Resort
660 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach Fl 33139

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