Miami is one of the USA state’s – and the world’s – most popular vacation spots. Sunny beaches with white sand and cool cocktails and are the perfect combinations for the dream travel destination. Today, Design Contract bring the list of the 10 new Miami boutique hotels will inspire you to get one more reason to visit South Florida hotels.
1. Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club, Miami Beach
It will join Marriott’s Autograph Collection as the Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club. The hotel’s interiors design is being reimagined by Bill Rooney Studio. The design will draw inspiration from the European Riviera of the 1940s with white stone, smoky blue and gold while retaining the lobby’s original terrazzo floors
2. Selina Hotel Little Havana
The historic Jazz Age building is the first U.S. location of the Selina brand. Offering both private and communal accommodations, the upcoming project is expected to include 62 guest rooms with 220 total beds. The development will also feature colorful decor from local artists and designers working with Selina’s creative director Oz Zechovoy.
3. Mr. C Coconut Grove
The C is for Cipriani, the family behind the famed eponymous fine dining Italian restaurants, largely credited for creating both the Bellini and beef carpaccio at the legendary Harry’s Bar in Venice.
Arquitectonica and Martin Brudnizki Design Studio collaborate on the design of the Mr. C Coconut Grove hotel, which is slated to open this 2018th winter. Set against the backdrop of Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, Florida, the project mark the arrival of the Mr. C brand to Florida, which is operated by Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani.
4. Hyde Midtown Suites & Residences
Stunning 32-story tower, designed by internationally renowned architectural firm Arquitectonica, located in the heart of Midtown. Hyde Midtown features a dramatic David Rockwell–designed lobby and 60 designer suites in the first five levels of the tower.
It´s feature as midtown’s first luxury lifestyle hotel. The 60-room hotel is part of the larger 410-unit residential tower created by a slew of development heavy hitters including be, The Related Group and Dezer Development.
5. Generator Miami
Generator, the London-based brand that turned die-hard hotel lovers into hostel converts. Hailed as the company’s first-ever resort, Generator Miami will have 105 rooms in a 1940s-era complex called the Atlantic Princess.
Generator sign already adorns the facade, famed South African muralist Chris Auret designed the mural on the facade by the swimming pool, while rooms by Miami-based Argent Design spearheaded the transformation of the building from condominium to the Miami boutique hotels.
6. Costa Hollywood Beach Resort
Costa Hollywood Beach Resort, a 307-unit hotel with a mix of studios and suites is finally open is 2018 spring. Moses Bensusan, the Canadian developer of the Hollywood resort, aimed at families planning extended stays, each Costa Hollywood suite will be equipped with a full-size refrigerator, microwave oven, and oven/cooktop.
The playful, modern design includes a 25,000 square-foot rooftop pool deck. Suites range in size from 405 square feet to 1,275 square feet. Award-winning Argentine restaurant Piegari will make its U.S. debut there.
7. The Celino South Beach
Celino in South Beach designed by S4Architecture in collaboration with Borges + Associates Architects, it is on the just-released list of “The 12 Best-Designed Hotels Opening This Year” by Architectural Digest
The project fusing three historic Art Deco buildings and one new building opening in the fall of 2018 this boutique hotel has 132 rooms, 12 balcony suites, and 14 one-bedroom suites. There also have a newly built five-story atrium structure. The property boasted three food and beverage outlets, a ground level swimming pool and a rooftop glass-bottom pool and sundeck.
8. Palihouse Miami Beach
Located in the most prime area of Miami Beach at a restored Art Deco building. The original Greenbrier Hotel (est. 1940) is in the process of being reimagined as Palihouse Miami Beach, offering 71 oversized residential-style rooms and studios, most with kitchenettes.
Trendy Los Angeles-based boutique hotel group Paligroup With popular hotels in Santa Monica, West Hollywood, and Melrose bring to Miami boutique hotels a similarly eclectic, shabby chic aesthetic, they should make for friendly neighbors. The 70-room hotel will feature a lobby bar, pool, beach service, and private dock.
9. Wyndham Hotel in Brickell
Wyndham Hotel Group, the hospitality giant owned by Brazilian developer Galwan and designed by award-winning firm Aquitechtonica announced the signing of the largest hotel development within 445 guest rooms in Miami’s trendy Brickell neighborhood.
The Miami boutique hotels, expected to open in late 2019, is the first U.S. development for Galwan, one of the largest residential and hotel developers in Brazil. The boutique hotels dual-branded concept in the heart of the Financial District, TRYP is Wyndham’s new select-service lifestyle brand with signature family rooms featuring bunk beds and extra space, which will be paired with the hotel’s established upscale Wyndham Grand brand.
10. Thompson South Beach
The mid-beach building currently occupied by The Confidante originally opened as a Thompson before quickly selling to Hyatt. They’re coming back to Miami boutique hotels again in partnership with Miami’s Finvarb Group.
The newly built hotel is inspired by the undulating lines of Frank Gehry’s nearby New World Center with 150 rooms, a rooftop pool, and restaurant.
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