The Hotel Nash is perfectly situated in the heart of the Art Deco District. surrounded by world famous nightlife, world-class restaurants, and high fashion shopping. This luxurious South Beach hot spot combines premium amenities and an unbeatable location. Just one block from the Versace Mansion and minutes ... More
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The Hotel Nash is perfectly situated in the heart of the Art Deco District. surrounded by world famous nightlife, world-class restaurants, and high fashion shopping. This luxurious South Beach hot spot combines premium amenities and an unbeatable location. Just one block from the Versace Mansion and minutes from beautiful beaches. This luxury Boutique features, three plunge pools, on-site dining and lounge, access to fitness center and so much MORE! The vibrant and vivacious rooms of Hotel Nash South Beach are electric and eye-catching bathed in bright colors and adorned with striking artwork. Recline upon luxurious linens whilst enjoying state-of-the-art amenities or unwind in the large bathroom. In-room spa treatments and access to a gym nearby are all part of the hotel??s personalized service.
Please note all previous reviews are for the Nash Hotel. As of December 2010, the property became a Lords Hotel and underwent extensive renovations. It is now a stylish Gay leading boutique hotel in the center of South Beach!
This used to be a great hotel at a great price. We stayed here for years. Every year it got a little worse. But now, with new management, it's totally lost it.
1) They now have a $10 "resort fee" that they add to all bills. What's it pay for? A local paper at your door, and the completely unusable "gym" (a broken treadmill).
2) The noise is nuts. They've installed new automatically shutting emergency doors throughout the hotel, even in the hallways. So there are constant doors slamming all day & night. And if you're unlucky enough to stay in a room on the west side, you're up against a night club that stays open til dawn. And if that all doesn't keep you up, the maid and maintenance staff will, they have loud conversations wherever they go, at all times of day & night.
3) The internet reception is awful. Couldn't get on reliably, and when we did it took forever just to download simple webpages.
So this was our last stay at the Nash. Too bad, because we had many good memories there. But now, for just a little more $, we can stay at much nicer hotels and actually get some sleep!
The Hotel Nash was a major disappointment, as was South Beach. Both the city and hotel were dirty and disinviting. What a major waste of money! I will never go back to Miami, and I wouldn't recommend this hotel to my worst enemy. The hotel was loud, the hallways were dark and dirty (stained walls and carpet, low lighting), the rooms were tiny and loud, and the pool was filthy. Breakfast was a joke! Stale bagels and gross coffee. If you can't afford one of the hotels on Ocean Drive, go somewhere else - so you won't be disappointed.
This is a great hotel for sitting on the front patio and watching the tourists walk by. But, in the winter, when it gets chilly (60 degrees) outside, it is HILARIOUS to watch the locals walk down the street to go to dinner in their gloves, scarves and fur coats. What a hoot!!!!
There's one important thing about staying in South Beach...LOCATION! Hotel Nash was in the perfect location, two short blocks away from the beach, not too far from the restaurants on Ocean Dr and a short taxi ride from some of the swankier hotel hangouts. We stayed during Labor Day weekend and the service was excellent. From the time we checked in, we were treated wonderfully!
I will say that the rooms are definitely small and a little on the dirty side. There were stains on all of the chairs and some of the bedding. Also, word to the wise, you may want to put some type of padding against the bottom of the door. On each of the doors, there's a little space from the bottom of the door to the floor. There were many a nights when we heard the drunks running down the hall at 5 am.
Overall, I'd recommend Hotel Nash for someone who doesn't want to spend a ton of money, but wants a hotel with a great location.
Since the moment you walk in, the relaxation sets in...the smell of aromatherapy fills the lobby area and the all white decor just relaxes you into oblivion...do not be fooled by the fact that this is a small hotel...no detail is spared here...the products in the room bathroom are all spa quality, the pools (there are 3 small pools, each one with different types of water: salt, mineral and fresh) are truly unique...also, there is a great restaurant in the hotel which is very top of the line...close enough to Ocean Drive, but far enough to feel detached from the evening chaos, traffic and partying...
I loved Hotel Nash! The hotel was very clean and the staff was extremely friendly. The location is great, it is just a block from the main strip, Ocean Drive. The room was a little small but very cozy. I would recommend getting the Garden view Queen room. Our view was of the hotel's window next door. The pool area is very private and you can escape the hustle and bustle of Collins Ave. I would definitely stay here again.
Nice Hotel in heart of Art Deco district. Unfortunately, I was given 1 of 3 rooms next to elevator- the elevator shaft actually takes up part of rooms 101, 201, and 301, and is quite loud. Staff would not change room due to being "full".
I suggest if you book this hotel, you request being away from the elevator, although the online pricing may reflect their trying to book these sub-par rooms....
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