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  • Guests at Sleepover Miami will be accommodated at The Hall, the new bohemian South Beach boutique from Joie de Vivre.

    This classic 1940s Art Deco hotel has been transformed by Studio Robert McKinley. He has drawn inspiration from Miami’s mid-century beach culture as well as Caribbean and Latin American destinations to create a ‘tropical vintage’ design which celebrates the heritage of the building while incorporating a playful and casual beach vibe. Its supersized pool (one of the largest in Miami) is surrounded by palm trees and chic cabanas.

    Bordering Collins and Washington Avenues, the hotel’s location places it in the heart of South Beach’s Art Deco District just one block from the ocean, and steps away from Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive.

  • Food and beverage are overseen by celebrated chef and avid surfer Spike Mendelsohn who has taken inspiration from his extensive travels to hip beach hangouts around the world.

    Spike’s creations include Sunnys, a casual courtyard restaurant named after his grandfather, and Campton Yard, a backyard bar with tree-hung string lighting, social games, and picnic tables where locally brewed beers, craft cocktails and beach bites are served.

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Photography © Steve Sanacore