The Palisociety is behind a smart breed of stylish boutique hotels, channeling an eclectic aesthetic that reflects their individual settings. The portfolio includes three Palihouse hotels in Los Angeles (West Hollywood, Santa Monica, Melrose Avenue) and the recently opened Palihouse Seattle. To quote the official website, it’s all about “neighborhood authenticity,” “independent spirit” and “good old-fashioned hospitality with a new-fashioned attitude.” For fans of founder Avi Brosh’s Palisociety, here’s some welcome tidings from south Florida. The Palihouse Miami Beach is prepping to debut in spring 2019 on the Indian Creek waterway. This will be the first East Coast property for the Palisociety.
Housed in a restored Art Deco building once occupied by the Greenbrier Hotel (circa 1940), the Palihouse Miami Beach will have 71 studios and guestrooms (a mix of king and queen beds). These accommodations will be styled as comfortable residences, complete with retro kitchenettes, well-stocked mini bars, custom bath products and 43-inch TVs.
The address at 3101 Indian Creek Drive is in the thick of things in Miami Beach, putting guests within easy access of the city’s art, culture and restaurants. The beach is a short walk away. What about the hotel’s design? The official press release describes an “eclectic Miami seaboard” style, mixing “boho mediterranean beach flair” with modern accents.
The Palihouse Miami Beach aims to create a happening scene at the Greenbrier Swim & Social—a lobby lounge, cocktail bar, patio garden and pool area—where in-the-know locals mix with hotel guests for fun in the sun. Stay for the night; a perk for hotel guests will be exclusive access to the Palihouse’s beach club and waterway boat dock.