Two distinct qualities ensure the success of the Colony Theatre. While celebrating the old world charm in a structural sense, the theatre provides for the present day cinematic and theatrical interests of its visitors. Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach ensures easy access to The Colony Theatre. The amenities made available by the hotel are diverse as it is recognized as a luxury hotel in South Beach Miami. Located in the Atlantic Coast of southeastern Florida, Miami possesses the most iconic beach in America. It is no wonder that the boutique hotel overlooks the Miami Beach. Be prepared to lead the ultimate beach life, but also allow yourself different artistic pleasures like those provided by The Colony Theatre.

The history of the theatre lends to its attribute of charm. Established in 1935 as a part of Paramount Pictures’ movie theatre chain, it has undergone reconstructive processes. Yet, the theatre manages to maintain its beauty that is intensified with the passing of time. The theatre also harnesses all forms of artistic ventures. The diverse sounds of Music, dance, theatre, opera, comedy, performance art and film echo in the halls of the theatre.

The Theatre has seating for 415 persons. If certain physical difficulties deter you from visiting The Colony Theatre, it would be best to urge you more, as the theatre and its people are sensitive to your specialized needs.

Stroll out of your hotel, and enjoy a leisurely walk to the theatre. The roads that lead to the theatre are peaceful and will set the tone for an evening with the arts. On your way out of the theatre, you can drop into Segafredo and enjoy some interesting cocktails. The theatre sells alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, yet the calm of the streets will lure you into Segafredo. It is sure to complete your experience at The Colony Theatre.

Uditha Dharmawardhane is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Roland Lefevre. He specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe.