The hotel is a two-acre beachfront paradise. The property has two of only four Pre-World War II beachside hotels left on south beach, the remaining icons that show what the community was like in Miami Beach prior to World War II. A $1 million guest-focused "soft" renovation was completed in January 2012 that included new sofa beds, flat screen TV's, curtains, furniture, carpeting, fresh paint and upgraded linens in guest room and suites, and 4refreshment of its Art Deco lobby; restaurant, and its intimate private dining room: Albert's Place, and terrace.; Arlington ballroom, meeting rooms, and pool area and decks.
One of the few hotels along famed Ocean Drive offering guests private beach access, the landmark Savoy is the perfect destination for travelers who want comfort, location, and style. Step inside the gated grounds, just steps away from the excitement of the Ocean Drive Promenade, and you are immersed in a lush two acre courtyard. Listed on America's Official Register of Historic Places, The Savoy is a classic South Beach enclave.
This is a historical building.
The hotel has a small lobby.
Pets are allowed