L’ Atelier rises once again on the grounds of the historic Golden Sands Hotel. The Golden Sands was central to Miami Beach fame during the Rat Pack days of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin and friends.
Originally named the Bombay Hotel, the Golden Sands Hotel was designed shortly after World War II by Norman M. Giller. Interestingly, this was the first hotel on the Beach to offer a parking garage.
The Golden Sands Hotel boasted many features common to mid-1950s resorts, including a curvilinear lobby with woggles, a pool, shops, a restaurant, and direct beach access.
In honor of this unique history, L’ Atelier merges beautifully the historic façade of the Golden Sands with its modern residential tower and amenities.