Hotel Nash Llc
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Miami Beach
... on with my bike ride. I loved riding the bike along the harbour - checking out the boats.
When I was about to return the bike, I met Tobie. I let Tobie ride the bike a bit before I returned it.
Tobie went with me to return the bike. We then went for a little walk on the beach and then I went back to the hotel to check on ...
... doesn't give you much hope in the sun and heat. Dinner at Nobu Miami Beach - part of the famous chain of Japanese restaurants. Expensive? Yes! The food, however, was delicious. Menu and review follows, so skip to the pictures now!! Nobu Miami Beach Salmon in broth with wasabi and Japanese plum - delicious combination of creamy smooth salmon, spicy broth, wasabi and sweet plum. Yellowtail salad with daikon - sashimi style whit fish with salad wrapped in daikon so ...
Very slow start to the day after last nights 2-drink booze marathon. I left the apartment mid morning and headed straight to the Information Centre which, ironically was located straight across the road from the venue where last night's carnage occurred. I had booked online a hop-on hop-off open top double decker bus tour so I could see as much of Miami as I could over a 24 hour period. While I was at the Centre, I also booked an airboat tour in ...
The first part of our Cuban adventure began in Miami where we had our orientation before the Charter flight left the next morning. My arrival time was perfect as a group of other early-arrivals were just leaving for a walking tour of Little Havana. They waited five minutes for me to drop my luggage off in my room and off we went... Now remember, this was not a part of the official Road Scholar adventure---it was ...
... at the rooftop pool and bar with the rest of the sun lizards hanging around. At one stage there were quite a few good looking cocktails moving around so Shana had to have one too. With the impossible task of choosing from the seven sins on offer she naturally went for the forbidden fruit, made up of the seven deadly sins where you could have one of each! Well at least a taste of each. Soon everyone was craning to have ...
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Nash Llc Miami Beach
Enjoyed our stay, fair value
We enjoyed ourselves. A little loud, but so is every place on Collins. Staff isn't the most friendly, but it's not like they ignore you or don't get what you need. The room is nice, though no closet space. Great bar and the pool area was fun to sit and relax in. Fair value for what we paid.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Nash ... great boutique hotel
We stayed at the Nash in early October and were very impressed with the hotel. The staff were not overly friendly but pleasant enough. The room was great, very modern, clean, white duvets, with modern tv and cd player. We stayed in one of the garden rooms and it was a good size with double bed and chair. Bathroom was fantastic with a great double stainless steel shower. The 3 spa pools were lovely after we figured out how to turn on the jets! This was our first time in south beach and the location was ideal. One block back from the beach and close to all the restuarants, bars, and clubs, but far enough away that you don't get lots of noise. I would definitely recommend this hotel and would stay here again if we return to miami.
Beautiful, Clean, Friendly Staff!
Hotel Nash was so much more than what I had expected. The pictures you see online, are exactly what you get. Clean rooms, spacious enough, clean white linens, clean bathrooms. Any request we had was immediately taken care of by the staff.
I don't see what more anyone could ask for. Great location on top of that too. One block off the beach. Few blocks to all the hot clubs and bars. Three lovely spa pools which we took full advantage of. We walked passed tons of our hotels, and my girlfriend went into a few of them, and Hotel Nash was hands down the nicest. Without thinking twice I would stay here again!!
Art Deco at its Best!
My partner and I spent a weekend at Hotel Nash in South Beach and we were extremely impressed with the decor and style of the hotel and rooms. Very eclectic. Bring along a CD with Chillout music and pop it into the stereo they provide in your room, dim the lights, kick off the shoes, and this makes for a great romantic stay. Appealing to both gay and hetero couples. It truly makes South Beach feel as beautiful and exciting as it should be. Right around the corner is a legendary gay club called "Twist", known to be very cruisy and have hot male dancers. Makes it convenient to be just a block away. A must try !!!
We go to South Beach every year and try to stay somewhere different each time. The Nash generally had good reviews but we were disappointed from the minute we arrived. The front desk clerk didn't acknowledge our arrival or look up until we "ahem'd" him. We were advised that check in was not until 3, so he did not check us in... although it wasn't crowded so I'm sure our room was ready anyway.
Hotel Nash is #1
I always stay at the Hotel Nash when in Southbeach. I love the location - and the staff is completely awesome, they know the area well and are so helpful in finding the best shopping and dining. I will not stay at another hotel in Sobe!!
Great Location but Robot Staff
The hotel is situated at a great location just one block away from the strip and the beach. The rooms are clean and spacious enough. Although the staff responded to our requests, they had no expressions of happiness, joy, sadness, or nothing. This hotel is just average but if you are looking for location and a bit of quietness then its ok. The question is what do you expect for $130 to $160 per night?
I've read reviews and stayed multiple times, and each time wonder why....The staff are AWFUL.....and contrary to a recent posting it does not matter if you are straight or gay.....there are indescriminate in how AWFUL they are....they are impersonal, unprofessional and rude. The Nash is not about customer service in any respect. The rooms are adequate, but showing wear and tear and incredibly noisy...........A recent stay included having family members in the Duplex, which was not clean, and had dysfunctional AC... the front desk were rude andu unhelpful when alerted to the deficiencies. I immediately moved my party and I to The Tides which for approximately the same rate provided friendly professional, attitude free staff, first class service and gracious accomodations. At the rate at which properties turn over in South Beach if I owned the Nash I would look carefully at the AWFUL staff!!!!!!!!!
Hetrosexual's beware !
Great hotel, location is exellent ... art deco building refurbished with taste. but... front staff are very strange. If you're not gay...don't expect that great level of service you would expect from other quality hotels. Seems they don't like hetro-sexual invading there space.At least that's what we felt. Basically, great hotel but without the smiles and greetings !
Loved the Hotel Nash!
This was our first night in Miami Beach. We were only staying at the Hotel Nash for one night before we explored the Keys. I was very impressed with the hotel. The aromatherapy throughout the hotel was very soothing. The shower in our room with the rain-shower shower-head was Great! along with the mint/sage shampoo and condition and rosemary body cream. The bed was very comfortable. The 3 pools outside the hotel with whirlpool jets were very refreshing! It is located only one block from the beach! We will definately be returning!