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With its iconic address among the pastel palette skyline of Miami Beach Art Deco hotels, The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach puts you in the heart of the chic urban landscape of one of the city’s most fabled neighborhoods. The landmark hotel, designed by famed architect Morris Lapidus in the Miami heyday of postmodernism style, opened in 1953 as the DiLido. Today, the hotel embraces its glamorous past with a transformed contemporary spirit: in restaurants that take you on a culinary journey of Florida’s freshest and most inventive fare. With artwork curated from the private gallery of Diana Lowenstein. From stylish guest rooms and suites that reveal soothing seaside views to a luxurious spa where taking time to renew is time well spent, the timelessness is undeniable and utterly unforgettable.
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