Value for money
Distance to city center
Distance to airport
|"Absolutely loved the pool staff!"||(in 206 reviews)|
|"Great staff Clean Nice rooms."||(in 25 reviews)|
|"Great staff Clean Nice rooms."||(in 242 reviews)|
|"Not pleasant view from room window."||(in 31 reviews)|
|"Maid service program is unacceptable."||(in 29 reviews)|
|"Rooms were small and cramped."||(in 53 reviews)|
|great location||in 554 reviews|
|pool area||in 536 reviews|
|pool staff||in 522 reviews|
|south beach||in 432 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 405 reviews|
|beach chairs||in 389 reviews|
|beach access||in 385 reviews|
|great pool||in 376 reviews|
|beach hotel||in 338 reviews|
|good breakfast||in 201 reviews|
|ocean view||in 150 reviews|
|area was great||in 148 reviews|
|good food||in 147 reviews|
|room service||in 140 reviews|
|small bathroom||in 115 reviews|
|parking was very expensive||in 69 reviews|
|nice room||in 42 reviews|
|lincoln road||in 20 reviews|
|resort fee||in 19 reviews|
|great place||in 17 reviews|
Everything! Best hotel.
The service was phenomenal. Comfy bed.
Room, service, elevator was broken
The view was really bad!
The view that not infront the ocean is so bad. Two windows to the bildung next to.
Worst service ever
Completely disorganized. Awful service. Food and pool servers are COMPLETELY oblivious to anything. Fish sandwhich had maybe less than an ounce of fish for $25. Pool servers looking to gouge you charging for water, & upselling over priced cocktails. You're lucky if the food ever comes. Room was Nice and clean however. They wouldn't let me check in till 4pm despite me being there at 10AM and asking for early check in. Then, they locked me out at 12noon sharp and refused any sort of leeway at all. Avoid!
Completely apathetic staff, disorganized and chaotic dining area. No one really in charge. Despite multiple attempts to speak to the manager, the mgr never came. I'd rather burn my money or throw it away than give it to an establishment such as this.
- staff super nice, flexible and make you feel at home - location is fantastic - beach (even though they charge u $19 for an umbrella, but chairs are included) - bed is pretty good
- price too high - very very small rooms - pillows didn't have cover under the sheets and the pillow was yellow and smelled terrible -- but for the second I tried it felt amazing! - room was pretty clean, not spotless clean (some hairs on the shower)
The hotel is located right on the beach with an amazing swimming pool too. Because it has just been refurbished everything was NEW. With in a short walk to Lincoln for fabulous shopping and food.
Parking was $60 per 24 hours.You can park and the Miami garage across the street for $35. We have a strange smell in our room at times.
The walls are pretty thin and noise can be an issue.
Great start to a Great facility
We were fortunate enough to have a pool/ocean view room with a balcony. The view was gorgeous, especially in the mornings as the sun moved up. The room was small but well laid out so that it didn't feel small at all. The bathroom was well designed and appointed as was the closet. The staff was extremely friendly and although the service was somewhat continental.. we were on holiday and didn't mind things taking a bit more time. The facility has beach access behind the pool so, you're never far from the water and sand. We are actually from Miami and were looking to get a change of venue for Thanksgiving and this was ideal.
Nothing really.. I suppose that it would have been nice to have in room coffee, but that's a WPP.
Miami Beach is an electric and diverse city, offering a variety of neighborhoods and attractions. In the area’s Art Deco district is Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel, offering luxury beach stays combined with historic design.
Originally built in the 1950s and renovated to pay homage to that era, the 250-guestroom hotel is designed for comfort and authenticity. Every room features a vintage travel chest that serves as the minibar, stocked with gourmet options. There are also six stunning suite options available to guests, including the pinnacle in luxury, the 1,500 square foot Penthouse Suite.
Using heated saltwater, the 1,890 square foot pool is beachfront and gives guests a great springboard to the ocean. An underwater sound system means that the sophisticated vibe of the hotel continues out to the pool. Guests can also rent private cabanas from the hotel, for even more relaxation. Hungry guests do not have to leave the pool deck for a bite to eat, as food is served poolside.
Poolside dining is not the only option for hotel guests. Marrying the cuisines of southern France and Miami, the Nautilus Cabana Club focuses on locally sourced ingredients. There is also an all-day coffee shop and a lobby bar available for guests.
Retro vibes and beach house luxury facilities make Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel a fabulous vacation option in the heart of Miami Beach.
based on 2,676 reviews
Value for money
Policies vary by room type and provider.
To save money at the on-site restaurants and bars that can be found at the Nautilus by Arlo, reserve the Taste of Summer package, which will provide you with dining credit for every night you stay at the hotel. If you would like to have a particularly luxurious trip, select the Hello Miami package, as it provides access to the breakfast buffet, a welcome gift, and a free room upgrade when available. The Staycation is also popular among guests, as it will give you access to early check-in and late check-out.
The Nautilus by Arlo is known for having a busy event calendar that incorporates a variety of entertainment options, including happy hours and holiday celebrations. The hotel also periodically hosts educational talks and workshops, with a past example being World Reef Day, a 2h discussion on the current state of the ocean’s coral reefs. If you like brunch, keep your eyes open for the bottomless buffets that oftentimes take place on Sundays.
Guests at the Nautilus by Arlo are welcome to partake in a selection of complimentary fitness classes, such as Royafit and rooftop sunset yoga. Additionally, there is a series of classes known as Surfset NYC, which consists of circuit-based exercises that are hosted on the hotel’s rooftop. Participants can move throughout different stations in order to work on both cardio and strength, and eight different classes are held each week.
If you want to stay in a luxurious room that is both spacious and modern, reserve the King Studio Suite, which offers views of Miami and contains amenities such as a sofa bed, large closet, work table, and a separate sitting area. For those that will be staying at the Nautilus by Arlo with their family, choose the One Bedroom Suite, a larger option that has a kitchenette, separate master bedroom, and access to the VIP elevator. This suite also has a double marble vanity, a vintage mini bar, and a self-controlled climate system.
To travel from Miami International Airport to the Nautilus by Arlo as quickly as possible, it is best to go by car. Depending on road congestion at the time, the drive will take between 23 to 28m. If you decide to go with a ridesharing service, such as Uber, the fare will end up being approximately $40 to $45 for a normal car, and $23 to $30 for a larger car, like a sedan or SUV. If you are interested in using public transportation, you can grab the local bus, which will take between 35 to 40m in total. Standard one-way tickets start at $2.25, with discounted tickets costing $1.10. (Prices checked 29/05/19).
Nautilus by Arlo is located at 1825 Collins Avenue in South Beach, 2.1 km from the center of Miami Beach. Miami City Ballet is the closest landmark to Nautilus by Arlo.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Nautilus by Arlo.
Yes, Nautilus by Arlo offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Nautilus by Arlo does not offer free parking.
No, Nautilus by Arlo does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Nautilus by Arlo is 15.8 km from Miami. Nautilus by Arlo is 30.8 km from Fort Lauderdale.
No, pets are not allowed at Nautilus by Arlo.
Yes, Nautilus by Arlo has a pool onsite.