The beachfront Art Deco building, a relic designed by Albert Anis, received a fashionable infusion from Italian designer Paola Navone.
For its stateside debut, Asian powerhouse COMO Hotels and Resorts decided to settle into the cool glamour of Miami. The 74-room Metropolitan by Como, Miami Beach, set in the old Traymore Hotel, oozes vintage style. The beachfront Art Deco building, a relic designed by Albert Anis, received a fashionable infusion from Italian designer Paola Navone. Guest rooms mingle rich materials like marble and chrome against retro geometric silhouettes and a palette of seafoam green. Public spaces seduce with the likes of black-and-white terrazzo tile and a light and airy restaurant with tables spilling out onto the spacious terrace. The bar, with its shades of pastel pink and pistachio, is an appealing throwback to the 1930s. Like all COMO properties, wellness is as much of a priority here as ambiance. Partaking in the signature COMO Shambhala Urban Escape program leads to well-spent time in the rooftop hydrotherapy pool.