Sanctuary South Beach
Sanctuary South Beach is located within the Art Deco District, in an ideal South Beach setting for those who want to be away from it all but in the middle of it all. The building, constructed in 1951 and designed by architect Leonard H. Glasser features bold geometric shapes that are a distinctive feature of Art Deco architecture, while the rooms include many modern comforts.
The flawlessly executed guest experience makes Sanctuary a haven for the luxury jet setter and the selective business traveler. The newly designed New World Symphony by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry is steps away as is the Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason Theater, Miami Beach Convention Center, Lincoln Road Mall, and the famed Ocean Drive.