The National Hotel
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'From Vogue Magazine to MTV’s 2004 Video Music Awards, The National Hotel is no stranger to the spotlight and one of the leading production sites. With its central oceanfront location, top-of-the-line amenities and 24-hour service staff they are branded as the most production-friendly hotel in South Beach. Amenities and services reserved exclusively for production teams include multiple production offices, with wardrobe and make-up rooms, casting spaces, and great indoor and outdoor locations on premises and an experienced, onsite production service staff, available 24/7 to cater to all the needs of your production team
Authentically restored to its original Art Deco brilliance with a dramatic, multi-million renovation, The National Hotel epitomizes the mood and décor of the 1940's, redefined with a modern panache. Enter a world of pure grace, elegance, and style at this landmark choice of hotels in South Beach Miami, Florida - where tradition and trend blend perfectly with warmth and attention to comfort. Located directly along the oceanfront - just a short stroll from the area's most popular restaurants, galleries, boutiques, and nightclubs.
Elegance knows no bounds at The National Hotel, the definitive luxury leader of South Beach boutique hotels. Boasting a pristine oceanfront setting, classic Art Deco décor, and a one-of-a-kind, 205-foot-long Infinity Pool - hailed by Condé Nast Traveler as "the stretch limo of hotel pools" - this four-diamond South Beach luxury hotel invites you to experience infinite relaxation.
The overall décor of this AAA four-diamond South Beach Florida hotel calls to mind the gentile sophistication of Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, and the romantic glamour of a bygone era. Today, those images have been replaced with the likes of Jamie Foxx, Rachel Hunter, Mariah Carey, Kelsey Grammer and Rosalyn Sanchez, who - among others - favor this South Beach oceanfront hotel today as a serene and secluded celebrity getaway, complete with its own production department'