Located at 1825 Collins Ave, Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel, is a 250-room oceanfront property featuring 51 suites - two signature SIXTY Suites, and one two-bedroom Penthouse. The property, originally named the Nautilus Hotel, was designed in the 1950's by famed architect Morris Lapidus. The hotel stretches from Collins Avenue to the Beach, and stands eight stories high with an entrance that leads guests from the arrival area to the lobby with the sunken bar area, Driftwood Room and Lounge, featuring the restored "stairway to nowhere". The Signature restaurant by China Grill features a Celebrity Chef and offers both indoor and outdoor seating. The salt-water pool and bar is surrounded by cabanas; and a playful lawn setting with Bohemian hammocks overlooks the beach, with beach chairs and private beach service.
The walls are pretty thin and noise can be an issue.
We were fortunate enough to have a pool/ocean view room with a balcony. The view was gorgeous, especially in the mornings as the sun moved up. The room was small but well laid out so that it didn't feel small at all. The bathroom was well designed and appointed as was the closet. The staff was extremely friendly and although the service was somewhat continental.. we were on holiday and didn't mind things taking a bit more time. The facility has beach access behind the pool so, you're never far from the water and sand. We are actually from Miami and were looking to get a change of venue for Thanksgiving and this was ideal.
Nothing really.. I suppose that it would have been nice to have in room coffee, but that's a WPP.