The pool at Washington Park Hotel is all leisure and lounge. As the central hub of Washington Park Hotel, the pool area is designed to celebrate the fine art of doing nothing, while doing it in style. Beach balls bounce, swimmers swim and the tropical breeze glides across the blue waters. Take a break, take a drink and take it all in.
WPH's electric three wheeled TUK TUK shuttle provides passengers an amusing, eco-friendly ride to and from the 9th Street Beach location. The fun nature of this vehicle instantly attracts attention, proving to our guests that this is truly the place Where Play Happens!
It may have been a while, but we suggest it's time to get back on a bicycle. Navigating Miami Beach by bike means the perfect breeze through your hair, and a perfect breeze to find a parking spot, making it the ultimate way to get around for those not looking to leave the island. Washington Park Hotel gives you access to a fleet of 7 custom Martone cycling bikes, designed to get you where you need to go in style, and have fun doing so.
Bicycle use is included in your daily resort fee and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Thanks to Beekman 1802, WPH has some of the most luxurious bath products around. Made from goat milk fresh off the Beekman farm, WPH bath amenities provide some serious moisturization, as well as some well-deserved appreciation for the good things in life.
Washington Park Hotel debuts a modernized version of a hotel art program that speaks directly to its social media savvy guests: a collection of photography exclusively commissioned by acclaimed photographers Jason Peterson, Ryan Parrilla, Stephen Vanasco and 13thWitness. The artists, who were thoughtfully selected for this program, have garnered social media notoriety and a cult-like following with a combined audience of over 2.5 million followers on Instagram Outfitting each of the hotel’s four lobbies and 181 guestrooms, the photographs offer an urban, unfiltered and fresh point of view. From intimate vignettes to aerial views, the work captures each artist’s differing perspective on Miami, while maintaining a cohesive thread tied to the Art Deco history and unique culture of South Beach as well as the DNA of the boutique hotel
The melding of old and new provides an idiosyncratic juxtaposition, as modern photos enhance the landmarked hotel’s vintage aesthetic. The images, which vary from black-and-white to splashes of vibrant color, complement Washington Park Hotel’s Art Deco style and retain a modern elegance through sleek, simple frames. The subject matter ranges from cityscapes to graffiti-tagged streets to sandy beaches, exhibiting four distinctive portrayals of Miami that are as unique to each photographer as the artists are to one another.
"Through the success of social media, these artists have garnered significant followings to further catapult their careers and bring thoughtful photography to the masses", said Jeff Toscano, SVP of Lifestyle Hotels at Highgate."With this new program, Washington Park Hotel is thrilled to be at the forefront of an innovative concept that creates an intimate, yet accessible experience in a medium beyond one’s smartphone or social media feed."