SLS Lux Brickell Hotel & Residences features 85 all-suite guest rooms and a 9th floor pool deck
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With more and more visitors coming to Miami every year, it’s no wonder the city is home to an impressive list of new hotel openings and renovations. Here’s a list of the Magic City’s hottest new hotels that are scheduled to open soon.
Hyde Suites and Residences Midtown Miami
On the edge of the Design District, located in Midtown, Hyde Suites & Residences will open in the center of Miami’s entertainment and shopping districts. Featuring a 32-story tower designed by Arquitectonica, the hotel and residences is the brainchild of Jorge Pérez, Gil Dezer, Sam Nazarian and David Rockwell. Take a dip in the pool on the seventh floor, relax at Ciel Spa or hang out at Hyde Music Lounge & Piano Bar at Lobby. Completion is scheduled for 2018.
Hotel Palomar South Beach
Kimpton Hotels announced its eighth hotel in Florida. Hotel Palomar South Beach will be located in the hip Sunset Harbour neighborhood in Miami Beach. Owned and developed by The Finvarb Group, the hotel will feature a striking design by legendary Miami architect and designer Kobi Karp, a rooftop pool and a new signature restaurant overlooking Collins Canal. Hotel Palomar is scheduled to open in 2018.
Collins Park Hotel
Located near the Miami Beach Convention Center, an entire city block is being repurposed into a hotel complex called the Collins Park Hotel. A fun trivia fact for you movie buffs out there, the site was used as a location in the 1990s movie Bad Boys. Miami architect Kobi Karp is restoring six Art Deco and Art Moderne buildings built between 1938 and 1953 that will connect via rooftops to. the hotel which will feature 296 rooms, three pools, four bars and a signature restaurant. The project is expected to take several years.
SLS Lux Brickell Hotel & Residences
Located in the heart of Miami's urban Brickell neighborhood, SLS Lux Brickell Hotel & Residences is scheduled to open in 2018. A project led by sbe, The Related Group and The Allen Morris Company, the property will feature 85 all-suite guest rooms designed by Yabu Pushelberg. Amenities will include a ninth floor pool deck, soccer court, haute cuisine by a celebrity chef, on-demand limo service, impressive works of art and an on-staff multilingual translator.
Set to open in 2019, YOTEL Miami will be in the heart of Downtown Miami, within walking distance from top attractions like the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Adrienne Arsht Center, the Miami World Center, Bayfront Park and AmericanAirlines Arena. YOTEL Miami will be home to 250 “cabins.” Each will feature the brand’s signature space-saving convertible bed, monsoon rain showers and techno-wall with flat screen TVs. The hotel will also include YOTEL’s signature Club Lounge concept with flexible meeting and co-working spaces, a restaurant, a bar, a pool and a gym.
Expected to open in late 2018, right near South Beach's Collins Park, Greystone Hotel will be a 56,000 square-foot Art Deco haunt inspired by Miami’s Golden Era. A VOS Hospitality property designed by architectural great, Shulman & Associates, this boutique hotel will house 92 rooms, a five-story tower, a rooftop swimming pool, a 140-seat restaurant, and a subterranean speakeasy lounge.
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