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The five three-story villas that are now Paseo Hotel have always been a bohemian dream. Originally built in 1925 as apartment buildings in the Mediterranean Revival style, the hotel features elements of Spanish, Moroccan, Italian, and French architecture, like tile roofs, rounded archways and charming balconies. The five three-story villas that are now Paseo Hotel have always been a bohemian dream. Originally built in 1925 as apartment buildings in the Mediterranean Revival style, the hotel features elements of Spanish, Moroccan, Italian, and French architecture, like tile roofs, rounded archways and charming balconies. Not surprisingly, its stylish flair appealed to Cuban artists who came to live here in the 1950s and 60s, and for 25 years, the building was known as the Española Way Art Center, housing such notable artists as Kenny Scharf. Miralda, and Craig Coleman. Some of the rooms even have full-service kitchens, giving our guests that ultimate, Miami pied-a-terre experience.
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