Cardozo Hotel reopens on Miamis South Beach as a reimagined destination in the citys celebrated Art Deco district. Originally constructed in 1939 with architecture by Henry Hohauser, Cardozo is steeped in historical significance that stretches from World War II housing to Hollywood movie set (a la 1959s Hole in the Head with Frank Sinatra; Ben Stillers famous hair gel scene in 1998s Theres Something About Mary; and Oliver Stones 1999 film, Any Given Sunday). The latest iteration of the Miami Beach property comes in the form of a full $15 million makeover completed in 2019 by Hotel owners and global superstars, Emilio and Gloria Estefan. The NEW Cardozo showcases a modern, white motif that also embraces the hotels Art Deco legacy.41 guest rooms and suites occupy Cardozos three floors. The clean, white design that marks the hotels public areas spreads through each of these accommodations: white bedframes don mother-of-pearl headboards; glossy cabinetry lines matte white walls; and bathrooms are decked in white tiles and sophisticated gold fixtures. A mix of king, queen, and double bed configurations with options for courtyard, city, or ocean views are available. Standard in-room amenities include mini-refrigerator, flat-panel television, ceiling fan, and safe.Cardozos 1,500 square-foot penthouse offers an indulgent space as the hotels largest room category spanning the width of Cardozos top floor. With two king bedrooms, private dressing area, dining area, living room, two master bathrooms with marble soaking tubs and glass enclosed double showers, an additional guest bathroom, two 60-inch televisions, and panoramic views of the famous South Beach strip and shoreline, this suite is the only one of its kind on Miami Beachs Ocean Drive. The penthouse design mirrors that of the hotels other rooms and suites, although amplified with custom furnishings that add to its contemporary Miami flare.