Add hotels to your Favourites by clicking the heart.
Check-inMonday, Dec. 2013
Check-outTuesday, Dec. 2013
We are currently working on this option. We recommend choosing the double room option and further optimising your search on the booking site.
From Mon. 16. Dec. 2013 to Tue. 17. Dec. 2013
Please select children's ages to start the search.
1670 James Avenue 33139 Miami Beach USA
0 out of 414 hotels
Sort by Distance
Sort by favorites
Only show hotels with the following criteria:
Remove all filters
10miles from Crest Suites
Only available hotels
Please use the filters on the left hand side to find your ideal hotel.
Show more hotels
Description Crest Suites
Right in the heart of the renowned bustling Art and Deco District, this hotel boasts the zany style of the area and plenty of trimmings. Go for a swim in the outdoor pool or lounge around poolside; it?s a friendly, tropical environment in which to sun-bathe or tear into a book. Hang out in the lounge area indoors and don?t forget to bring your laptop because there?s a fast wireless internet connection. Head over to Cafe D?Crest for a bright, sunny, and earthy environment where you can dine on Northern Italian dishes and relax with colleagues or a significant other. This restaurant boasts fine fare and an excellent afternoon/evening atmosphere. The rooms here are bright and cozy and in keeping with the style of the area; that exciting art and deco flare. Order room-service or make it an evening outdoors at this charming location.
Henry Morrison Flagler made his money from his partnership with John D Rockefeller in the Standard Oil Company. The illness (and subsequent death) of his wife in 1881 had led him to discover St Augustine in Florida. Over the course of the next 30 years his single minded ideal had opened up the East Coast of Florida with a series of luxurious hotels and had built a railroad which connected Key West with New York. Two of his resorts (the Royal Poinciana and the Breakers) were built in Palm Beach which is where he established his main residence "Whitehall". It was furnished with materials and fittings imported from Europe and was described at the time as "more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world."
The 55 room mansion has been restored and refurbished with materials and furniture from the period and has been reopened as the Flagler Museum. There are also many memorabilia from the railroad aera in the exhibitions. Tours can be self guided with audio narration or in groups led by a museum volunteer.
Sunday - Noon to 5pm
Tuesday - Saturday, 10am to 5pm
Closed: Mondays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.
General Admission: $15.00
Student/Youth (13 - 18 years) accompanied by an adult : $8.00
Child (6 - 12 years) accompanied by a parent : $3.00
Child (under 6): Free
The museum is accessible by wheelchair. There is car parking on site.