Little Havana is a small hotel with a tropical atmosphere in the eponymous area, the Cuban heart of Miami. Upon arrival, admire the 1920s pink façade in the “Mission Revival” style, a new interpretation of Spanish colonial architecture.
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The relatively young Life House chain, owned by hotelier Rami Zeidan (ex-Starwood), aims to build designer hotels at affordable prices. In Miami, interiors are furnished with vintage pieces from Hans Wegner, Cassina and Pierre Jeanneret, paired with Cuban influences such as mahogany beds. The artwork adorning the walls is signed by Cuban photographer Leandro Fil. Finally, the “dusty peach” color of the façade returns to the touches throughout the hotel, giving it a… peach touch.
Cuba in Miami
The lobby looks like the living room of a Caribbean hacienda and the patio looks like a postcard from Havana. But a place not to be missed is Terras, a lively rooftop cocktail bar. Cuban music and snacks and Latin beer, an abundance of plants and, dotted in this green symphony, lounge benches where you can sip on a passionfruit pisco sour or Columbian mule, a look lost on the Miami skyline makes the rendezvous perfect.
From 102 euros per night in a double room.