History & Art of the Blue Moon Hotel
The Blue Moon Hotel is a happy union between two of Miami’s historic hotel properties – the Art Deco-style Lafayette and the Mediterranean-style Les Suites. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Blue Moon effortlessly combines the two architectural styles, with both hotels remaining intact and bridged by an arched breezeway. Today, the Blue Moon stays true to its rich history, incorporating iconic architectural details like Art Deco terrazzo floors and Mediterranean style arched windows.
Named after the Rogers and Hart ballad by famed talk show host Merv Griffin, a former owner of this legendary hotel, the Blue Moon has since become a South Beach landmark with its signature mix vintage Miami Beach Deco glamor and playful urban aesthetic. Experience the international charm, gorgeous architecture, whimsical chic and inviting ambiance of the Blue Moon Hotel in the heart of Miami’s seductive Art Deco district.
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