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About Us

Learn More About Our Boutique Hotel

Perched on Collins Avenue, only two blocks from the beach, The Marlin Hotel is a South Beach landmark. Fully renovated to preserve its timeless Art Deco character while offering every modern luxury, this contemporary gem lies at the epicenter of Miami Beach’s iconic shopping, nightlife, and entertainment district. The hotel features 33 beautifully-appointed rooms and suites, award-winning Northern Italian cuisine at Osteria Del Teatro and a casual, laid-back vibe perfect for family vacations, romantic getaways or business travel.

History of The Marlin Hotel

The building was erected in 1939, designed by L. Murray Dixon, a principal architect who’s vision defined Deco South Beach design. Nestled in the heart of the city's celebrated Art Deco District, The Marlin Hotel remains a signature South Beach landmark.
 
In the 1990s, the hotel was transposed into a tropical retreat for some of the world's most renowned recording artists and performers.
 
Music legends like Jay-Z, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Gwen Stefani and many more have made their way to The Marlin to stay, play and produce their music at the property's in-house recording studio.
 
MRK's modern restoration revitalized the prominent property, adding state-of-the-art rooms and suites that anchor the hotel firmly in the present while embracing the history of the iconic location.

At Your Service

State-of-the-art in-room amenities. Enjoy all The Marlin Hotel has to offer. A $15 resort fee applies to all rooms.

Customer Service

  • Turn-down service
  • Multilingual staff
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services available upon request
  • Transportation service available upon request

Food & Drink Services

  • Continental breakfast from 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
  • Complimentary welcome bottles of water 
  • Valerian Orange Milk chocolate by Astor

In-Room Amenities

  • Nespresso machine in the room
  • 55-inch 4k flat screen - Direct TV - Netflix - YouTube
  • iHome play center
  • Ving Card locks
  • Complimentary high-speed wireless internet access
  • Babyliss Flat Iron

In-Room Spa Feel

  • Sunday Citizen luxurious soft throw blankets
  • Luxury Sferra bedding
  • Spa quality robes and slippers
  • Mistral Verbena Toiletries Collection
  • Eye make-up remover
  • Beach bag stocked with two beach towels 

Pet-Friendly

  • Pet-friendly (up to one pet under 20lbs.)

For Your Accessibility Needs

The Following Features Are Available

  • Property is fully accessible
  • Accessible rooms
  • Accessible guest room with mobility features with entry or passage doors that provide at least 32 inches of clear width[af4] 
  • Accessible public entrance
  • Accessible registration desk
  • Accessible elevators
  • Accessible route from the accessible public entrance to the accessible guestrooms
  • Accessible route from the accessible public entrance to the registration area
  • Bathroom doors that provide at least 32 inches of clear width[af5] 
  • Grab bars in bathroom
  • Braille elevator
  • Braille room numbers
  • Closed captioning on televisions or closed captioning decoders
  • Service support animals are welcome
  • Valet-only parking
  • Accessible hotel restaurant
  • Accessible route from hotel lobby to restaurant
  • Accessible transportation with advance notice doorbell w/ Audio/Strobe alert
  • Doorbell w/ Audio/Strobe alert
  • Portable shower chairs

The Following Features Are Not Available

  • Accessible route from the accessible public entrance to guestrooms on the first floor
  • Self-parking facility
  • Accessible parking spaces for cars in the self-parking facility
  • Van-accessible parking in the self-parking facility

What's Nearby

building with a street sign labeled lincoln road

Lincoln Road Shopping Mall

This high-energy, pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare is South Beach’s premier shopping and entertainment district. Ten blocks of upscale shopping, dining, and nightlife as well as prime people-watching... If you’re wondering how to dress, think “anything goes.” You’re as likely to come across swimsuit-clad folks right off the beach as you are high-style fashionistas dressed for the club.

aerial shot of beach with city in background

South Point Park

At Miami Beach’s southernmost point, this free-to-visit 17-acre park features paths for walking and jogging, grassy areas for picnicking and panoramic ocean views Kids love the playground outfitted with water features, and there’s a 450-foot-long pier with bait-cutting and fish-washing station and plenty of seating for relaxing and enjoying the scene.

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