Built in the 1930′s by Architect Henry Maloney, The Angler’s certainly holds its place in history here in Miami Beach. The two stately Mediterranean Revival buildings are standouts in a neighborhood surrounded by Art Deco masterpieces of creativity and charm. Once frequented by Ernest Hemingway among others, The Angler’s served travelers that came to enjoy South Beach then as it will today. After too many years of abandonment and decay, The Angler’s has been meticulously brought back to its magnificent splendor, a true homage to the past and the future. With respect to the design of the famed deco period, architects Ralph Choeff and Allan T. Shulman have created 2 new buildings that bring The Angler’s experience to life.