Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach
As you proceed north on Collins, the condos and apartment building grow in grandeur and embellishment until you enter an area nicknamed...
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Cabana Beach Club
The back-porch bar at the Eden Roc is a surprisingly laid-back place for a drink. That’s not to say the folks here aren’t a beautiful...
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Lonely Planet review
The Eden Roc Resort was the second groundbreaking resort from Morris Lapidus, and it’s a fine example of the architecture known as MiMo (Miami Modern). It was the hangout for the 1960s Rat Pack – Sammy Davis Jr, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and crew. Extensive renovation has eclipsed some of Lapidus’ style; the Ocean Tower, for example, is a completely new addition. But with that said, the building is still an iconic piece of Miami Beach architecture, and an exemplar of the brash beauty of Millionaire’s Row.