The Betsy, Miami Beach
With curvy art deco buildings surrounding her, The Betsy South Beach stands out with her colonial portico. With custom Novo™ lighted mirror TVs in each guest room, The Betsy provides luxurious amenities and a wonderful guest experience.
The Betsy South Beach stands out with her classic colonial architecture, wonderful service, and philanthropic principles.
Amidst a neighborhood of curvy art deco-inspired buildings and hotels, The Betsy stands out with her four-column portico hearkening back to colonial architecture. At the hand of Italian designers Diamante Pedersoli and Carmelina Santoro and hotel architects Bellinson-Gomez, the renovation brought clean lines, rich textures and understated elegance in this historic boutique property. With the nearby beachfront, a luxurious rooftop deck, and the renowned BLT Steak restaurant, guests have little reason to leave the property once they’ve arrived.
The Betsy shows her true colors in more than just the elegance of design. “We are committed to both inner and outer beauty,” says The Betsy Chairman and owner, Jonathan Plutzik. The hotel maintains involvement in numerous philanthropic organizations ranging from supporting AIDS impacted children in Zimbabwe and honoring US Veterans, to supporting education and the arts community.
With the heart of the hotel exposed in every aspect of the guest experience, from the grand entry with colonial columns, the artwork inside, the design throughout, extraordinary service and amenities, and her humanitarian outreach, The Betsy offers reasons on every level to merit a stay.
Next time you’re in South Beach, stay at the hotel that not only offers elegance and luxury, but also gives back.