Crest Hotel Suites: Where simple elegance returns to South Beach...

Crest Hotel Suites is a completely restored award-winning boutique hotel conveniently located in the heart of South Beach's historical Art Deco District. Just steps from Lincoln Road Mall with its gourmet restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries and entertainment venues; world famous Ocean Drive, fabulous nightlife and the sandy beaches. The Miami Beach Convention Center, The Fillmore @ Jackie Gleason Theater, The New World Symphony and Collins Park Cultural Campus, home to the Bass Museum of Art and the Miami City Ballet are just steps from our hotels. Lounge while admiring the Miami Beach Skyline from our outdoor swimming pool.

Whether your trip is for business or pleasure our friendly and professional staff will cater to your every need making your stay at our elegant hotels unforgettable. We deliver a level of excellent personal service only a small boutique hotel can provide.

Our Neighborhood

Lincoln Road Mall

Lincoln Road Mall is a pedestrian-only promenade and the epicenter of what's happening in South Beach. Located between Alton Road and Washington Avenue, Lincoln Road offers unique shopping, sidewalk cafes, bars, galleries, and fine dining. Lincoln Road is also the best people-watching spot on South Beach. Visit for more information.

Miami Beach Art Deco District

Miami Beach's Art Deco District is the first 20th-century neighborhood to be recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, with 800 structures of historical significance, most built between 1923 and 1943. The fanciful pastel buildings, with porthole windows, ship-like railings, sleek curves, glass blocks, shiny chrome, and gleaming terrazzo floors are prime eye candy.

Española Way

Española Way was concieved by N.B.T Roney (of the Roney Plaza Hotel) in 1925 as "The Historic Village". Though it's located in the city's Art Deco District, the area was modeled after the Mediterranean villages of Spain and France and was originally built as a meeting place by Miami Beach's wealthiest citizens. In addition to being home to many of Miami's finest, in the late 1920's it also served as the gambling destination for some of the US most notorious bad men like Al Capone who played at the Clay Hotel. Visit for more information.

Miami Beach Convention Center

Located in the heart of South Beach, the Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) boasts over 1,000,000 square feet of flexible space, including; over 500,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, over 100,000 sq. ft. of versatile pre-function area space and 70 meeting rooms comprised of 127,000 sq. ft. The dynamic and international City of Miami Beach is a unique, sophisticated, urban paradise, offering world-class business amenities and cosmopolitan facilities in a laid-back tropical atmosphere. Visitors of the Miami Beach Convention Center reap the benefits when they choose to meet in this city, where combining business with pleasure is as effortless as convening a conference on a waterfront terrace. Visit for more information.

Fillmore Theater at the Jackie Gleason

The story of The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater began in 1950, when Golden Era Legends graced the stage of The Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Guests came from around the world to watch such shows as song and dance performances, comedy or even the occasional boxing match. Sometimes, the real performances were in the seats - Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and Jack Benny were regular visitors to the auditorium and often caused quite a stirring. Visit for more information.

Ocean Drive

It is known for its Art Deco hotels. Ocean Drive is also the location of the famed Versace mansion, one of the most photographed houses in North America. The street is the center of the Miami Art Deco District, which is home to about 800 preserved buildings. Streamline Moderne evolved from the Art Deco style, and dominates the street.

Miami Beach Golf Club

Originally opened as the Bayshore Golf Course in 1923 as part of pioneering developer Carl Fisher's ambitious Alton Beach subdivision that was designed to lure wealthy winter residents from New York, Indianapolis and Detroit. By 1923, Fisher and his colleagues had opened three big golf courses. Tourists loved the new courses. Visit for more information.

Bass Museum of Art

Our exhibitions present art in dynamic conversations spanning time, history and cultures. Our collection of Antiquities, Renaissance and Baroque art anchors exhibitions, educational programs and scholarship. The Museum's education programs demonstrate that art is a catalyst for creativity and positive growth, especially in the area of early childhood education. Our museum creates community through collaborative cultural programming at its unique Miami Beach location. Visit for more information.

Miami City Ballet

In January 2000, Miami City Ballet moved into its new home, a custom-built facility, believed to be only the second ground-up construction in America for a professional ballet company. The three story, 63,000 square foot building houses the professional company, school, administrative and production offices, costume shop and storage. Visit for more information.