I love the Delano. Great service, nice interior décor, great place to lounge, catch a bite and a breather.
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We had a great evening having dinner at Delano Hotel, the set up is great and Daniel (our waitress) turned the dinner into an amazing memory. He helped us with our choices and successfully made great recommendations. Atmosphere and food are very good!! Price according...More
$65 dollars for two Martini's! A bit much! Spent far less at better places. At least the bartenders were nice once they stopped talking to each other and waited on us. Live and Learn.
me and my wife went for a couple of drinks and some snacks and yes the enviroment is awesomely nice, the service efficient, staff very friendly, security all over on the other hand we had the worst margaritas ever and specially for the price paid....More
When I first visited this hotel in the early 2000, I was living in South Beach and this was the spot to stay. Tourist and locals loved the ultra chic white deco, I stayed here recently to relive past memories and was completely turned off...More
This restaurant situated at Collins Av in Hotel Delano is - if you do not mind a full bodied check at the end - just perfect. The environment both outdoor and indoors is designed by Philip Stark and beautiful, modern and interesting. Very good service....More
The walls of this hotel are paper thin. You can hear what is going on in the rooms beside you. The location is fantastic. The pool and bar are very nice. The bungalows are very nice, but there is a lot of pool bar noise...More
For the price, I just didn't feel this was a good spot. The lobby was unique, but I didn't think the cafe on the back patio was all that impressive. Didn't think it was clean. Food just ok, nothing special. Not impressed pool/back patio area....More
Returned to the Delano looking for that mystique it had when it first opened. Not that it is disappointing, it's just that I had an expectation beyond measure. I guess the business of luxury hotels is very competitive and staying relative costs money...