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Delano Hotel

1685 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139 | South Beach | 305-672-2000

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Ian Schrager's gem is among the classiest establishments on South Beach, if not the continent. The elegant lobby bar is a long hall partitioned by linen drapes, leading outside to the poolside cabanas and beach bar. Missy Elliot became so enamored of the chic decor that she replicated the look in her own home.


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