Miami Beach Classic
A Colorful Miami History
Situated in the Historic District of Miami Beach, Lennox Hotel maintains its original Art Deco and Mediterranean Revival architectural style, blending in with the historic character of the city. Once the Peter Miller Hotel, the four buildings were designed by renowned architect Russell Pancoast, who shaped the architectural landscape of Miami Beach.
After construction was completed in 1936, the Peter Miller Hotel had the distinction of serving as one of the U.S. Army's Air Force Training Command centers during World War II. Lennox Hotel continues this celebrated legacy.
A Revolution of Design and Style
Preserving the facade of the historic Peter Miller Art Deco hotel in an ode to Miami Beach past, Lennox Hotel has fashioned a new interior, bringing in the finest furnishings, upcycled materials, and natural and organic textiles from around the world to create a contemporary space.
Crafted in Patagonia from natural wood, handmade furnishings were brought especially to Lennox Hotel. With the infusion of natural elements, Lennox Hotel brought the outdoors in, transforming the interior walls with naturally preserved moss to create a synergy of nature and design. Accenting the courtyard and restaurant, the sustainably-harvested greenery is healing, improves air quality, filters noise, and reduces energy consumption.