Dream South Beach Redefines Miami Modernism
Dream South Beach is located on South Beach’s famed Collins Avenue, directly behind the former Versace Mansion. Situated in the heart of Miami’s lively nightlife and arts district, the fashion-forward boutique hotel offers 108-rooms, innovative dining, an intimate rooftop pool lounge with views of the Atlantic, and an amenity spa.
With a creative concept spearheaded by Michael Czysz’s design house Architropolis and interiors lead Kelly Ogden, the luxury Florida hotel embodies the transformation of two iconic Art Deco South Beach hotels, the Tudor Hotel and Palmer House, into an alluring hideaway from the South Florida sun.
Designer Michael Czysz has completely redefined the architecture of original Tudor and Palmer hotels, transforming the intimate rooms into the tranquility and coolness of the dream world.
Two screens made of carved wood and blue glass set the scene as guests walk into the room. Through the doors guests will find the bed perfectly centered with accents of crystal prisms and touches of blue and gold.
While the screens serve an aesthetic purpose they also create an intimate changing area that provides private access to the bathroom and shower. Czysz focus in design was to create calm and order; his main philosophy was simplicity with a hint of dreamy presence.
As part of the Vikram Chatwal Hotels collection, the Dream Hotels combine modern elegance with a touch of the avant-garde. Dream Hotels have been described as a unique cosmopolitan connection to each location, from New York City to Bangkok, Thailand and Cochin, India.
Tom Cooper | Elite.