Known as the Hotel Nash that was located at 1120 Collins Avenue in South Beach's historic Art Deco district rebrands as The Stiles Hotel. The Stiles Hotel has completed renovations of its 54-guest rooms and lobby area, with a new restaurant planned to debut in early spring.
Originally known as the Primrose Hotel, and later revived as The Hotel Nash, the new Stiles Hotel has been named to honor the late John Stiles Collins, the renowned land developer credited for Miami Beach's growth. It was John Stiles Collins who recorded the first use of the term "Miami Beach" and to honor this milestone the famed Collins Avenue was named after him as a tribute. The property has been a South Beach landmark for decades, making its debut at 11th & Collins in 1936, following the land boom of the 1920s. Rich in history, The Hotel Nash ushered in a new era of style, captivating Magic City visitors with old school Hollywood glamour and genuine hospitality.
In addition to the renovations of its guest rooms and lobby, The Stiles Hotel will showcase a new restaurant, Primrose, which pays homage to the property's original name. South Beach is known as a global melting pot of cultures from around the world and, to stay true to that essence, Primrose will entice guests with Paris-inspired selections, Far East fare and traditional American cuisine. Tied together with a full bar and menu of custom cocktails, Primrose will open its doors to visitors and locals alike in early spring.
The boutique hotel aims to provide guests with a home away from home by offering unparalleled service and amenities including an expansive pool deck with three unique dipping pools, well-appointed cabana rooms, in-room and onsite dining options, complimentary Wi-Fi, and close proximity to Miami's famous beaches, restaurants and nightlife. For more information on The Stiles Hotel and to book reservations, call 305-674-7800 or visit www.TheStilesHotel.com