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826 Ocean Dr Miami Beach, FL 33139
826 Ocean DriveUSFloridaMiami Beach33139
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The Pelican is the first hotel created by Italian fashion giant Diesel in Miami Beach, in the heart of the famous “Deco District”.

 

Here, Diesel discovered this building of the 40’s and strictly maintaining the facade and the name, Diesel in conjunction with the unique taste of the Swedish designer Magnus Ehrland, transformed this building into an eccentric space, with the most up-dated and bizarre comforts. Those of you, who know the advertising campaigns of Diesel, know what we mean: photographs and video’s with happenings full of paradoxes and extravagant statements, kitsch with humor or clearly nonsense and explicit referrals to the myth of the so-called American Dream. Within this concept and atmosphere, the 29 rooms and the two penthouses have been decorated.  All the rooms have been furnished and named after their own style, each one with that unique attention to details you could find in movie sets.  A toy-hotel decorated with taste and no compromises, playing around different styles, recycled furniture and objects in an exquisite design and contemporary flair. 

 

Within hundreds of great reviews, recently (September 2010) the Pelican has been featured in the Today Show with Al Rocker on NBC as one of the most unique hotel in the world. The American magazine Dwell has named the Pelican Hotel as one of the 16 hipster hotel in USA.

 

 

PELICAN CAFÉ

South Beach’s highly acclaimed Pelican Cafe at the Pelican Hotel, holds residence within the sough after terrace, sidewalk and lobby, yes … the Cafe IS the Lobby!

 

A favorite spot to wine and dine, the Pelican Café has become a "classic" in Miami Beach. Within many awards The Pelican Café has been recognized by Giada De Laurentis in her Food Network’s “Giada’s Weekend Getaways” has THE place for breakfast in Miami Beach. Open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Pelican prepare and bake its own bread, pizza dough, pastries e desserts.

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Christine Rodriguez
4 months ago
We are a couple who stayed for 4 days. Room was kinda of small but room services was great and came twice a day sometimes to replenish towels and make beds. Location is great, the hotel has chairs on the beach for you and gives you beach towels to use. Breakfast was decent, happy hour drinks were good and staff was very kind and helpfull. Saw fish and harmless small sting rays on beach, all around great time.
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Steele Sacks
5 months ago
Fantastic service. 2 Complimentary drinks at sunset, full complimentary breakfast, quiet rooms, right in the heart of South beach
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Sandra V. Furnbach
2 years ago
We loved staying at the Pelican hotel this past weekend. The hotel is in a great location, easy enough to walk around just about anywhere in South Beach. The staff was knowledgeable and had some good recommendations for us newbies to south beach! Free breakfast (drinks not included), Free Drinks from 4-6 (happy hour) and also free beach chairs & towels made it really convenient place to stay. The hotel is bnicely decorated, we stayed in the Fortune of Alumnium room. It was well decorated. On the smaller side, but really, who stays in a room in Miami!?!? Not as small as NYC hotels. The shower was amazing, it dumped so much water on you, it was awesome. They provide a bottle of still and gas water everyday too! LOVED IT! Would highly recommend, especially for the price!
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Marc Willmore
2 years ago
we stayed here for 2 nights in October 2012, it was our first trip to Miami and i'm glad my wife chose this hotel. upon arrival there was valet parking in the busy street outside and staff eager to take our luggage, check in was nice and easy. our room was "A Fortune In Aluminium" (304) and was very clean and tidy - although it wasn't a very big room it was well laid out with the most made of the limited space. The bathroom and shower were spacious. our view was, I think, an alleyway to the side of the hotel but we didnt travel there to spend much time in the room so that wasnt a problem. I'm not sure if you'll find a better located hotel of this quality and price in Miami - the location is right in the middle of a very lively area, and directly opposite the beach. There are bars, restaurants and clubs all the way along this road however the noise wasn't a problem in our rooms - which to be honest was a surprise as like I said it's a lively area. The hotel offers free drinks to guests during happy hour, these were gratefully received and although we tried to tip our waiter he surprisingly declined. During the time I spent in my room I found the TV reception to be poor, but that's not really an issue. The only problem I experienced was when I tried to charge a meal to my room - I couldnt remember my room number (my wife had already returned to our room with the key) but I did remember the Aluminium themed room name, however the waiter said he didnt know the room names and until he eventually enquired with reception to resolve the issue.
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Marko Jung
8 months ago
The majority of the themed rooms are pretty much average. The service is acceptable. Location is great and it gets quiet around midnight. Would I stay again? Probably not.
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Richard A. MacKinnon
a year ago
We had a fantastic few days at the Pelican - it's fair to say it made our visit to Miami really wonderful. The staff are great and just can't do enough for you. They're welcoming, friendly and attentive. The rooms are quirky, eccentric and nicely thought out - this is definitely not a 'chain hotel' and you can see person touches at every turn. The location is perfect for exploring South Beach - breakfast out front is perfect for people-watching and taking in the 'sights' that amble by. Be warned - it's not a quiet spot, so be prepared for loud music into the early hours. We loved every minute of it and will definitely be back!
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Courtney Jason
2 years ago
This place is a very boutiquey hotel with the rooms all being different depending on which room you get. The decorations are cool and in our room we had a huge fan that you turned on that was pointed right at the bed, it felt like a wind turbine when turned on so it was kind of awesome. The service at this place was great, aside from my breakfast experience in which our waitress took forever to take our order, then did not come back to the table the whole time we were eating. I couldnt even get her attention and after 45 minutes of waiting for a check or for her to come by I finally broke down and walked over to her to ask for a check. The rest of the experience was good, aside from one thing, DO NOT ORDER FROM HOTWIRE AND IF YOU DO THEN CALL THE HOTEL AND ASK FOR A QUEEN BED unless you are happy with 2 twin beds instead of a queen. I was a little upset by that and the hotel accomodated me by turning the two twins into a queen by pushing them together. Also, the other thing that I didnt like about this hotel is you have to walk through the restaurant in order to get to the reception, they do not have another entrance to check into your hotel and you are walking through a noisy restaurant. Luckily one of the waiters helped with our heavy bags and we got checked in fine. Overall, aside from the one waitress this places' service was amazing and accomodating and it is a very nice boutique hotel with great decorations. Also I noticed some people complaining about the noise and although it did not bother me come on you are staying in South Beach, if you don't want noise go to North Beach with the rest of Florida's retirement community.
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Lukas B
2 years ago
Nice rooms. Each room has a different theme. Great location. Free beach chairs but umbrellas cost $15. Free breakfast but drinks cost.