Gale South Beach
Originally erected in 1941 by architect L. Murray Dixon, the Gale South Beach & Regent Hotel were two trendsetting properties located on an up-and-coming escape haven of Miami known as South Beach. In 1964 the sister properties were permanently linked by bridge. Dixon’s innovations have since earned the retro estate recognition in the National Register of Historic Places. had the unique vision to build two venues of Tropical Art Deco fashion; a style the pioneer is today credited with developing.
Today, the Gale South Beach is located in the epicenter of Miami Beach. Menin Hospitality assumed the renovation of the project at the end of 2011 and immediately took over management while administering the $35 million transformation of the hotel from an unoccupied building to a luxurious, state-of-the-art boutique hotel. The entire project features gym, 5,000 sq. ft. rooftop bar and pool deck, Dolce Italian Restaurant and café, Regent Cocktail Club and, subterranean night club, Rec Room.