Miami is like no other city on the planet. The lights, the colors, the architecture, and the ambiance set it apart. Arlo Hotels has just relaunched the Nautilus in South Beach. The space was designed as a relaxing retreat for visitors and locals alike. Initially opened in the 1950s, the art deco space ended up in Arlo’s portfolio in April of this year. The area has now officially reopened with attractive new amenities and a bevy of cultural programs. The redesign of the hotel preserves its mid-century aesthetic while updating the look.
Contemporary details are seen throughout, including plush velvet couches and retro light fixtures. Palm tree-printed wallpaper adds to the aesthetic, as do gold flamingos, all coming together for an Instagram-worthy scene. The bedrooms have been given a modern, airy allure. The suites are decorated with heather grey furnishings, rustic wood dressers, and marble-clad bathrooms. Arlo has also collaborated with Blind Barber, marking the brand’s first Miami barbershop. Communal tables and a 24-hour bodega help the lobby of the hotel, while artisanal food from Farm to People and products from Fancy are perfect options for guests. The venue also features a 1,890-square-foot pool, 24-hour fitness center, 12,000 square feet of outdoor event space, and more. The space will also host monthly pARLOur talks centered on sustainability, as well as activities like “Dive-In Movies” and cooking classes.
Arlo Hotels Heads To South Beach!
Javier Egipciaco, SVP and managing director of Arlo Hotels spoke about Nautilus. He stated: “Our new look marks an inflection point for Nautilus.” He went on to add, “We’ve created amenities and spaces that we hope inspire a sense of adventure and imagination for our guests, but also a spot where our locals can find the same sense of community and discovery.”
Take a look at this beautiful hotel in the images below and visit Arlo Hotels’ website for more information. Book your stay and keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding destinations and retreats coming soon.
Photos via Arlo Hotels