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The New Yorker Boutique Hotel is set in a classic Miami motel from the 1950s and has been in their family for 30 years. The original building was designed in 1953 by Norman Giller, who was famous for his profound influence on the post World War II modern architectural movement in Miami. It is now protected by the city of Miami’s Historic Preservation Board and the original New Yorker Motel neon signs remain on the building.
But within the shell of this classic motel awaits an inviting boutique hotel experience. The building has been painted with the New Yorker’s signature white and powder blue colors. The 50 guest rooms are all brand new and the pool area is decorated with comfortable outdoor furniture. At night the hotel glows with Indigo Blue lights and creating an ambience that will make your stay in Miami truly unique and unforgettable.