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When the late urban developer/preservationist Tony Goldman and daughter Jessica Goldman Srebnick, a former fashion industry executive, tapped innovative fashion designer Todd Oldham to create South Beach's jewel, The Hotel, formerly The Tiffany, a new wave appeared on the horizon. Its historical November 1998 opening marked the first time an American fashion designer had created all of the interior aspects of a hotel and the beautiful boutique property went on to win numerous awards and accolades. In 1999, The Hotel was named one of 31 top new hotels worldwide by Condé Nast Traveler magazine and in 2007 was listed on the magazine's prestigious Gold List.

Originally built in 1939, by master architect L. Murray Dixon, today the hotel encompasses 53 deluxe rooms and suites, a rooftop pool with panoramic ocean views and Spire Bar & Lounge – a chic hotspot located rooftop behind the historic Tiffany spire, available for private events . The Hotel is also a member of the Historic Hotels of America, a division of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. A new oceanfront addition to The Hotel with 20 breathtaking deluxe rooms, including two suites, designed by Oldham in a glowing sunset palette, previewed December 2009 and officially opened January 2010, at 800 Ocean Drive, above the News Café, bringing The Hotel's rooms and suites down to the ocean. The two properties bring the total to 73 beautiful rooms and suites, with shared amenities.

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