Like many Miami Beach Art Deco hotels of the period, the Cadet (built in 1941) was recruited and served its country by housing United States Air Force Cadets from 1941–1949. Appropriately stylish, the dashing commander of the West Point Cadets housed at the hotel was none other than Captain Clark Gable.
Flash-forward to modern-day Miami Beach: True to its Art Deco roots, Cadet Hotel is an oasis of charm and elegance amid trendy boutique hotels. Our Master Suite is named in honor of Captain Gable and has been appointed in the fashion of a gentlemen’s club suite. Over the years, it has become a guest favorite and one of the most requested accommodations we offer.
Located in a residential alcove of the famed Miami Beach Art Deco District, Cadet Hotel is ideal for travelers looking for a more secluded getaway in the heart of South Beach. This tranquil retreat is walking distance from the beach, the Convention Center, Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive.
Whether you travel on vacation, for business, or on a romantic getaway, our 34 room Cadet Hotel offers the personalized service and attention to detail that will make your stay everything you expect and more.