A historic streamline deco building constructed in 1934, tucked between the Ocean and the Collins Canal, a landmark pioneered by the infamous John Collins. Collins colonized modern day South Beach by fostering sustainable farming initiatives and trade with the mainland. Life House, Collins Park takes the identity of a merchant's residence with subtle nods to colonial style design & Streamline Deco detailing to celebrate the historic site, its former inhabitants, and their pioneering spirit of folly.
Welcome to your refreshing Miami Beach retreat, where soft coastal tones create a relaxing space to unwind after long days in the sun. Custom millwork and hand-woven tapestries by Miami Beach artisans embellish each room. Of course, the Le Labo bath amenities, Revival New York linens, and Marshall speakers you know and love are part of the story of your stay.
Just minutes from South Beach, yet immersed in it’s Art Deco roots, Collins Park is home to refined eateries and stylish bars.
Fill your Collins Park story with a few of our favorite local places near the House.