Palisociety Goes East
Los Angeles-based Palisociety is known for creating hotel spaces across the west coast that highlight neighborhood authenticity and offer an independent spirit. With the brand’s first East Coast installment located just off Miami Beach’s quiet Indian Creek waterway, Palihouse Miami Beach offers just that.
Capturing the true essence of Miami Beach history, the stylish boutique hotel is housed in a restored 1940s Art Deco building with 71 spacious guest rooms and studios that have been redesigned and renovated by Palisociety’s internal design team. The new rooms boast an eclectic mix of contemporary and vintage furnishings with an eastern seaboard meets boho-Mediterranean inspired design aesthetic.
“We have put careful consideration and time into the brand growth of Palisociety and Miami has long been at the forefront of our vision for an east coast expansion, so we are very happy to be bringing this hotel to life,” said Avi Brosh, founder of Palisociety. “We’ve tailored a one-of-a-kind beach lodge for Miami Beach that conjured up the ideal seaside pied-a-terre you’ve always imagined.”
When you first step into Palihouse Miami Beach, you’re greeted by an airy and bright sophisticated lobby space flooded with natural light that shines through the hotel’s oversized windows. A reception desk made entirely of wood in a finish resembling an antique yacht stands out among the turquoise plastered lobby walls. Artwork and custom lighting in cautious neutral shades give the space a polished and warm residential-inspired aesthetic.
Also located in the hotel’s lobby is a stunning liquor bar with wooden spindle stools, and mixed-matched upholstered sofas and lounge chairs that create a comfortable laidback setting. An oversized round dining table is also found in the space, perfect for a casual workspace.
In true Miami fashion, the property features a pool and outdoor limestone deck tucked away from the street in a private courtyard – this is Palisociety’s first property with a pool. The Greenbrier Swim & Social, honoring the original hotel of the 1940s, features communal lounge chairs and shaded dining areas are framed by lush tropical greenery including native sea grape trees and palms create a hidden oasis just a short walk from the beach.
The hotel’s guest rooms transport you to the days when Art Deco reigned. Styled with two-toned peach walls and white and peach tiled floors, most rooms come complete with retro kitchenettes and a vintage Smeg refrigerator.
The property’s interior and exterior overhaul is a layered mix of old and new elements brought to life by Palisociety’s signature irreverent and whimsical visual storytelling where modern touches tempered by aged materials and tactile textiles create a unique Miami experience. Palihouse Miami Beach is located in the famed Mid-Beach District at 3101 Indian Creek Drive and is now open.