The roaring ‘20s are back and better than ever — except, this time, it’s a century later. These Art Deco hotels are teeming with old-world charm, timeless elegance, and swoon-worthy style that’s reminiscent of the original 1920s: plus modern touches that make them all the more alluring.
Affectionately known as “The Pink Palace of The Pacific,” The Royal Hawaiian dates back nearly 100 years. The sprawling resort features both Art Deco and Spanish-Moorish architecture styles. Exepct 528 rooms & suites, two pools, and 15 acres of beach.
As its name implies, this Prague property is an Art Deco dream come true. Expect mosaic tile flooring, antique light fixtures, original artwork, and other delightful design touches.
The Delano is one of Miami Beach’s most iconic hotels — in part due to its whimsical, beveled-edged exterior. Its interiors are even more spectacular, with a grand lobby with soaring ceilings, all-white guest rooms, and a cabana-lined pool surrounded by winding gardens.
This NYC hotspot spans six stories and is adorned with ornate, eye-catching columns; all of which remain in great shape since they were first built early last century.
This Florida property — also known as “The Pink Palace” thanks to its iconic pink exterior — is an Art-Deco-meets-Mediterranean-style fortress. When it first opened in the 1920s, The Don CeSar was considered to be an archetype of the art deco movement. Luxe amenities include a rooftop terrace, plush cabanas, a private beach, a rooftop terrace, and six bars and restaurants.
The upscale villa-turned-boutique hotel — which counts F. Scott Fitzgerald as a former resident — boasts six rooms and suites, along with two bars (one of which is named after its most famous resident) and three restaurants.
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