Natalie Meruelo shares about the colorful past, present, and future of Miami Beach's Deauville Hotel. Since 1926 the 500 room hotel has undergone several design and branding changes, but always been a destination for entertainers and celebrities around the world.
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BY JOEL HERNANDEZ
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BY CARL HILDEBRAND
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