Hot New Hotels Now Open In Miami

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EVEN Hotel Miami Airport

By: Jennifer Agress

When it comes to visiting Miami, there is no shortage of hotels to call home! From trendy boutique properties and houseboats, to business- and wellness-focused concepts, hotel chains and more, here’s a list of great new hotels just waiting to check you in.

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Hotel Arya

Taking over the old Sonesta Bayfront Coconut Grove, the new Hotel Arya overlooks breathtaking Biscayne Bay, its surrounding Coconut Grove neighborhood and the Coral Gables skyline. The contemporary 135-room hotel has a concierge program, a rooftop pool and hot tub, a dedicated fitness area with a sauna, a squash court, versatile meeting and events spaces and a fully-equipped business center. Spacious guestrooms and one- and two-bedroom suites boast amenities like 42” HD flat-screen televisions, pillow-top beds with 300-count Egyptian cotton sheets, granite countertops, coffee makers, complimentary Wi-Fi, clock radios, upgraded bathrooms and in some cases, even full kitchens and balconies. Hotel Arya is located just five and a half miles from Miami International Airport and two miles from Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.

    The Copper Door B&B

    Occupying the 1940s-built Demetree Hotel in Miami’s Historic Overtown neighborhood, The Copper Door B&B is the brainchild of couple Jamila Ross and Akino West. The vintage decor of this intimate locale incorporates a touch of the building’s past into its 25 spacious rooms and suites, like the Demetree Hotel’s original floral-print wallpaper and patterned bathroom tiles. West—who has worked in the kitchens of Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, Ghee Miami and even Noma, in Copenhagen—whips up daily breakfast dishes guests have come to crave like lemon-thyme muffins with fresh lemon curd and porchetta breakfast sandwiches. Life at Copper Door B&B is just like its motto: “Arrive as guests. Leave as friends. Come back as family.”

      TRYP by Wyndham Miami Bay Harbor

      The TRYP by Wyndham Miami Bay Harbor is an enclave for trendsetters and sophisticated travelers alike. Its mix of rooms and suites pay a nod to modern yachting with wood and chrome headboards, glass-top desks, leather chairs, gold accents, all-glass bathrooms, chic Italian vanities and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Miami skyline and Intracoastal. The hotel has a 24-hour fitness center, 1,000 square-feet of private meeting space, a heated rooftop pool and Jacuzzi with skyline views, and bespoke amenities like resort bicycles, free Wi-Fi and South Florida cuisine at the hotel’s signature restaurant, 95Forty.

        Flamingo Everglades

        Miami is filled with hotel accommodations for every style and preference—including those who would rather sleep on the water. Just 38 miles from the entrance to Everglades National Park, Flamingo Everglades offers a collection of 42-foot, two-bedroom houseboats that can sleep up to six guests. Available for rent per night, every boat is equipped with a full bathroom, a shower, a galley with everything from basic cooking utensils to a French Press coffee maker, air conditioning, linens and towels. Houseboats are rented with a full tank of gas and are free to explore Shark River and out to Whitewater Bay. In addition to that, all renters have access to Flamingo Everglades’ recreational activities, including boat tours, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and hiking.

          The Celino South Beach

          Sitting right on Ocean Drive, the historic Park Central Hotel underwent a $110 million makeover to become the The Celino South Beach, a signature project of Optimum Group. Spread across three Art Deco buildings, the 132-room hotel is steeped in 1940s glamour. Managed by Highgate hospitality company, it has a glass-bottom pool on the roof, a library overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a Mediterranean seafood restaurant and fun in-room amenities like a conga line kit with how-to guides, conga drums and Cuban cigars. This hotel is believed to be the birthplace of America’s first conga line, after all.

            Mr. C Coconut Grove

            The brainchild of Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani, Mr. C Hotels has debuted its first-ever property in Coconut Grove. Fusing Miami’s inherent tropical style with the Italian coastal glamour the Cipriani family is known for, Mr. C Coconut Grove’s has a luxury pool with panoramic views, the onsite Mr. C Spa & Beauty and 100 guestrooms spanning from 300-square-foot studios to 1,400-square-foot two-bedroom suites. Perfect for families, the hotel’s “Little C” program offers family-friendly amenities like a complimentary Mr. C teddy bear, welcome cookies with Nutella and milk, coloring books, cribs, child-friendly bath amenities and dining menus, and even discounts to Miami’s family-friendly attractions. Luxury has no limits here—so the concierge can assist with anything from car rentals and faxing to tour reservations and medical care. While the hotel is just steps from Coconut Grove’s popular restaurants and boutiques, be sure not to miss the onsite Bellini Restaurant and Bar. It’s a whimsical Italian concept inspired by the founders’ travels through Italy and, of course, their legendary Cipriani restaurants.

              EVEN Hotel Miami Airport

              Set to be the most comprehensive wellness hotel in South Florida, InterContinental Group Hotels’ new EVEN Hotel Miami Airport was designed for health-focused business travelers and families. Its 140 rooms have in-room exercise zones and trainers, mounted fitness walls, resistance bands, exercise balls, yoga mats and blocks, more than 18 On-Demand fitness videos, beds with built-in “mood lighting,” ergonomic workstations and more. The concept is focused on four components: eating well, resting easy, keeping active and accomplishing more. It has more than 4,000 square-feet of conference space, a full-service industrial kitchen, a multi-million-dollar pool and athletics complex with a 24-hour Athletic Studio, filtered water hydration stations and same-day laundry services specifically for guests’ workout clothing.

                AC Hotel Miami Doral

                Situated in the heart of one of Miami’s most prominent business districts, AC Hotel Miami Doral is across the street from CityPlace Doral and just five and a half miles away from Blue Lagoon Corporate Park. Part of Marriott’s new lifestyle hotel brand, this 118-room, design-driven property comes with pet-friendly rooms, a fitness center and a rooftop infinity edge pool with exquisite views of the city and Biscayne Bay. Guests can get a European-inspired breakfast every morning at the onsite AC Kitchen. Stop by AC Lounge later in the day for tapas and handcrafted cocktails. Perfect for business travelers, guestrooms are sleek and spacious, and the hotel has a business center as well as 1,040 square-feet of flexible meeting space, evening entertainment and a free airport shuttle.

                  Hilton Miami Dadeland

                  Located on the campus of Baptist Hospital Miami, the 184-room Hilton Miami Dadeland has a state-of-the-art wellness center with massage and physical therapy options, yoga and Pilates. Perfect for corporate meetings and business travelers alike, the hotel comes with 20,000 square-feet of indoor and outdoor event space, a 24-hour tech lounge, an onsite Starbucks and a store with grab-and-go food items. Guests who want a good meal can head to the onsite Table 55 for farm-to-table menus and healthy eats. Offering the modern conveniences every traveler needs, the hotel is just two miles from Dadeland Mall and 13 miles from Miami International Airport.

                    Life House Little Havana

                    Designed with Millennial nomads in mind, the boutique Life House is a new tech- and culture-driven hotel in one of Miami’s most historic and colorful neighborhoods. The brainchild of two young entrepreneurs, Rami Zeidan and technologist Yury Yakubchyk, the design of the hotel is inspired by both its Little Havana surroundings and the duo’s travels through Cuba. Housed in a mansion first built in the 1920s, the 33-room property has a Mission-style façade, black-and-white checkered flooring, dark wood furnishings, a library, a three-story atrium that doubles as a local art gallery, a Secret Garden-style courtyard, photos by Cuban artist Leandro Feal in every guestroom and tropical hues of guava pink, jade, cream and sienna. All rooms and suites come with Le Labo bathroom amenities, Marshall speakers, rainfall showers and a mix of vintage and custom furniture, and the hotel has a vegetable-forward café, bar and restaurant with a Latin-inspired menu.

                      DoubleTree by Hilton Doral

                      Located in the burgeoning Downtown Doral neighborhood, DoubleTree by Hilton is just nine miles from Miami International Airport and close to all of the entertainment, dining and shopping at CityPlace Doral. In addition to its 150 well-appointed rooms with plenty of workspace for business travelers, the hotel has Rocio restaurant, Antojitos Lounge, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a lobby market, an outdoor pool, warm chocolate chip cookies at check-in and a complimentary shuttle that takes guests anywhere within a five-mile radius.

                        Novotel Miami Brickell

                        Taking over Brickell’s Atton Hotel, the 275-room Novotel Miami offers pet-friendly rooms, a fitness center, 5,000 square-feet of meeting space and a rooftop infinity edge pool and bar with exquisite views of the city and Biscayne Bay. Guests can indulge in fine Peruvian cuisine at Lima, or head to the tapas-style UVA Lobby Bar for Chilean and Argentinian wines and Latin American spirits. Perfect for guests looking to experience all Miami has to offer, the Novotel Miami Brickell is just two miles from the AmericanAirlines Arena.

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