"South Beach's Art Deco District claims the largest concentration of 1920s and 1930s architecture in the world, drawing visitors all over to revel in Miami's retro-fabulous style." ~ Travel Channel

The one conclusion made after our visit to Miami is that one night is just enough to make you realize what you have been missing.
Our brief stroll down Ocean Drive gave us a quick intro into the 
Miami Art Deco District.
It is hard not to 'judge a book by its cover' when each one is so unique.
lets take a closer look. 
The Cavalier Hotel raves more about the beach outside its front door and hardly mentions the rooms. Hmmmmm...
The Beacon Hotel looks promising and actually spotlights its guestrooms online.  
A good sign.
Hotel Breakwater has a fabulous rooftop lounge that makes this one interesting.
I am not sure we are hip enough for the The Waldorf Towers Hotel but would love to take a spin around Miami in that classic car out front.
If timeless and distinguished is what you are looking for, 
a historical landmark hotel...
The Betsy may be more your speed...
 where the Art Deco hipsters can be observed from down Ocean Drive. 
We stopped for coffee at a great people watching spot...
and actually watched the staff whip up a table for some famous person...
 unknown to us.
At least he thought he was famous, 
surrounded by his security peeps.
I was able to nonchalantly snap a photo and sent it to the younger digits in our family for their input.
Apparently, this may have been someone who just values their security.
The News Cafe is located below what has recently become the oceanfront addition 
for The Hotel, formerly The Tiffany.

As this is only a small selection of the options in SoBe alone...
the hardest part of our return to Miami 
will be the decision of where to catch our zzzzz's.

Happy Monday. 

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