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The Sagamore is a luxury beachfront hotel including 104 rooms and a state-of-the-art three-bedroom oceanfront penthouse.
Serving the community as a South Beach cultural centerpiece, The Sagamore, with its structure dating back to the late 1940s, is a luxury beachfront hotel including 104 rooms and a state-of-the-art three-bedroom oceanfront penthouse. The hotel shines with Art Deco architecture, a drive-up entrance, and a sleek white exterior complemented by an iconic neon sign. The hotel also features its newly renovated Ocean Bungalow Building, overlooking the sculpture garden and ocean, as well as contemporary cuisine from its restaurant Canvas.
• Substantial in-house art collections are always on view.
• Canvas, the in-house restaurant, serves delicious cuisine inside and outside.
• Monthly happy hour events are lively, each showcasing a new artist and offering an art tour with the curator.
Whitewaller recommends: Checking out the extensive art collection
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