The 1950s were a time of bold new changes to art and decor, but now we see it a little differently. A retro look is definitely more niche, but we still love it - especially in our Insta-Photos. When done correctly it can really make you swoon. This hotel in Miami is timelessly classic with modern luxury and it is unlike anything else.
The Vagabond Hotel is a retro-chic wonderland that was started in Miami in 1953; it's modern new art designs really made it stand out back then. It might even stand out more now with all the polished updates. Its sleek design with pops of colors feels modern, but with all the vintage touches.
This place really feels rich and polished throughout - it's somehow the perfect blend of modern and vintage vibes that reminds us of the Jetsons. It'd be a gorgeous place for some retro-inspired photoshoots to fill your Instagram with the most unique shots around; Check out some photos from The Vagabond below:
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Aside from how gorgeous this place is, it's also a great place to hang out. They have a poolside bar with a modern vintage diner vibe that's open from 3, 5, or 6 pm on select days to 11 pm, a secret garden, and an eatery on the property so you can relax and dine in retro style. The eatery is currently closed for renovations to really tie together the entire theme but is set to reopen Summer 2019 for the complete experience.
A cool thing about this little motel is that it only has 44 rooms, so it won't ever feel too crowded, but has a history dipped in the star-studded life; This place was the fabled hangout spot for some memorable names such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr. and the rest of the Rat Pack, who would frequently hobnob with showgirls and perform impromptu renditions on the lounge stage. Despite all this, The Vagabond maintained a legendary yet laid-back feel as a place for anyone to have a good time.
If you're ready for all the retro-vibes, The Vagabond Hotel is located at 7301 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida 33138.
For more information about the history of the hotel, visit The Vagabond Hotel's website here.