The Tides Hotel, Miami


Filled with new energy and life, The Tides South Beach returns to glamour. Respecting the hotel’s creative mélange of art deco allure and 21st-century finesse that exemplifies its South Beach setting, Kor’s redesign has carefully preserved both the edifice’s historicity and the easy nonchalance of its beachfront spirit.

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Renovations have encompassed all aspects of the property, from the 45 ocean-view guestrooms to the grand public spaces, including the lobby, La Marea restaurant with its street-front terrace the pool deck.



Indigenous cultural elements influence both the décor and cuisine at each property, playing an integral part in The Tides experience. Service is personalized and customized to address guests’ specific preferences and needs.


Wearstler, the creative eye behind Kor’s distinctive Viceroy hotels and urban retreats, has re-dressed The Tides South Beach interiors in rich strata of museum-quality artifacts drawn from disparate eras and genres. The end-result is an opulent, erudite glamour underscored by the playful sensuality of coastal chic.



Throughout the hotel, Wearstler applies a restful palette of sand beige and shell pink against the vibrancy of corals and mink browns. Organic textures such as wire-brushed bleached wood, rope and shell imbue an intimate tone and cue the nautical and tropical motifs throughout. Together, the colours and materials palettes forge continuity between the opulence of Wearstler’s interiors and the natural wonderland of the adjacent beachfront. Quintessential modern materials – mosaic terrazzo, tortoised mirror and burnished bronze – retain their central roles, as well as find innovative applications.


Each of The Tides South Beach 45 spacious, oceanfront suites have been re-envisioned as a private pied-à-terre housing an amalgam of custom-designed pieces and antiques.



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In The Tides you can find the Coral Bar, La Marea Restaurant, The Pool Terrace and the Historic Art Deco Pyramid Dome.