The traditional Room Mate Waldorf Towers Hotel has a 65-year history of entertaining Miami’s visitors. Designed by architect Albert Anis in 1937, the property has been fully restored to its original Art Deco heritage. All 41 rooms blend history and modernity in a South Beach style and are fitted with wood floors and art deco furniture as well as the most modern amenities for the discerning contemporary visitor. Its prime location, within walking distance of all the shopping, dining, and nightlife South Beach and Lincoln Road is world famous for, makes it one hot property. Add the on-site facilities like the Prime Time Café, located in the Waldorf's lobby, where guests dine on a variety of specialties, including old-fashion Belgian waffles or Absolute vodka Maine lobster ravioli, and the Compass Market gourmet deli situated on the hotel's lower level, offering a variety of international deli items as well as souvenirs, beach items, and a large selection of liquor, and you’ll understand why Room Mate Waldorf Towers Hotel is a quintessential favorite of South Beach.