The Hotel Victor

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The Hotel Victor in Miami, Fla., is located in the Art Deco district of South Beach. Featuring an Ocean drive address and overlooking the beach, this boutique hotel is adjacent to the Versace Mansion and within one mile of the Lincoln Road entertainment district and the Atlantic Ocean.

The lobby's cool mint green and purple decor invites guests to relax in plush, curvy chairs and sofas, and each area is separated by long, flowing drapes to ensure privacy. Public areas are aromatized, creating an enhanced sensory experience.

Dining venues include VIX restaurant and VUE, an outdoor ceviche bar. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel. The Hotel Victor boasts a 6,000 square foot fitness center and spa treatments including relaxing massages, rejuvenating saunas and steam rooms. On site is an outdoor infinity pool overlooking Ocean Drive and the beach. Available amenities include iPod rentals with custom hotel playlists and an eclectic book, music and video library. The hotel also has casting and production facilities convenient for working celebrities and directors. 

Guestrooms. Accommodations are complete with art deco detailing, artwork, silky fringed sofas and colorful furnishings. Hanging lamps display a jellyfish motif. Amenities include 300 threadcount, imported cotton linen sheets with down duvets. Flat screen televisions with DVD/CD players and high speed Internet access are featured. Rooms are equipped with stocked wet bars and minibars. Bathrooms provide infinity tubs, rain showers, bathrobes and complimentary designer toiletries. Private in room massages are also available upon request.

Expert Tip. Decadence reigns at the hotel's V Bar and Lounge, featuring a musical live jellyfish tank.

There are no room charges for children 18 years old and younger who occupy the same room as their parents or guardians, using existing bedding.
Additional fees and deposits may be charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.

Pets: US$ 100 per pet, per stay


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