Deauville Beach Resort Miami Beach
Deauville Beach Resort is a Collins Avenue hotel holds a prestigious spot in Miami Beach history. The property entertained the Rat Pack, and it was the site of the Beatles’ second U.S. performance — broadcast live on the “Ed Sullivan Show” from the Napoleon Ballroom. Old Hollywood glamour still shines through at this unique art deco resort, which maintains its status as a lively music venue with a global roster of entertainers at the onsite jazz club. A sizeable pool, expansive stretch of beach and Miami Modernist architecture strengthen the allure.
Miami Modernist hotel on the north end of Miami Beach
A former playground to the Rat Pack and the site of the Beatles’ second U.S. performance on the “Ed Sullivan Show”
The Famous Jazz Club and Kevin & Caruso’s Magic Comedy Show on site
Poolside dining at Kon Tiki Tiki Bar
The 484 rooms — including seven junior suites — reflect a clean, contemporary style with few embellishments. Windows face the ocean, bay or city. Oceanfront rooms encourage guests to take advantage of the vistas via large balconies. Rooms feature tufted or wood headboards, white linens, an adjustable thermostat and cable. Wi-Fi access is covered in the resort fee.
Frank Sinatra and the Beatles no longer entertain at the hotel, but guests will still find a regular lineup of musical acts at The Famous Jazz Club. The club has hosted jazz greats, such as Brandon Marsalis and Spyro Gyra. Head to the Kevin & Caruso’s Magic Comedy Show on Saturdays for a festival of pyrotechnics, showgirls, comedy and magic.
Miami International Airport (13 miles)
Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (19 miles)
Bal Harbour Shops
Art Deco Design District
Haulover Beach Marina
The Miami Beach Architecture Cruise
Miami Beach Convention Center