KobiKarp Architecture & Interior Design, the award-winning design firm headquartered in Miami, took the helm in designing the ultra-modern property.
SUNNY ISLES BEACH, FLA. – Residence Inn Miami Sunny Isles Beach opened on November 20, 2017 – just in time for snowbird season. Now complete this $65 million new hotel in the heart of Sunny Isles Beach is amongst some of the destination's most luxurious addresses right off of Collins Avenue. The 19-story hotel is home to 194 all-studio suites which boast city, intercostal, and ocean-views just steps away from the beach.
KobiKarp Architecture & Interior Design, the award-winning design firm headquartered in Miami, took the helm in designing the ultra-modern property. KobiKarp infused the hotel's design and architecture with a clean, crisp and sophisticated aesthetic. As Sunny Isle's newest hotel brand, Residence Inn highlights style, art, design and connectivity which are reflected in many areas throughout the hotel and during the entire guest experience. International art advisor Dina Mitrani, of Dina Mitrani Gallery, assembled collection of world-renowned artists with deep roots in Miami to create a collection of contemporary works throughout the hotel. The resulting visual stimulation extends from the exterior of the property to the hotel lobby, the landings on each floor, and hotel guestrooms, creating a visual interest around every corner symbolizing the resort's avant-garde personality.
"We are very excited to bring the Residence Inn brand to Sunny Isles Beach," says Robert Finvarb, owner of Robert Finvarb Companies and Residence Inn Miami Sunny Isles Beach. "Our hotel will provide guests with a home-away-from-home feel, allowing them to get their work done efficiently and recharge for the days ahead."
Guests can look forward to a revitalizing sleep experience on the hotel's plush mattresses and crisp linens. Business travelers can find focus and productivity inside the suites' large, well-lit work desk, ergonomic chair and complimentary high-speed internet access. Because the hotel is designed for stays of five nights or more, every room is a suite with a fully equipped kitchenette, including a coffeemaker, microwave oven and residential-sized appliances. Guests may also enjoy the floor to ceiling windows, providing each room with breathtaking views of the intercostal and Atlantic Ocean.
As for dining, Ocean View on Nine is the hotel's quaint poolside restaurant featuring both indoor and outdoor dining options. There is also a complimentary hot breakfast featuring Healthy Favorites such as smoothies and yogurt, Morning Delights like cereals and waffles, and a DIY breakfast station with everything from bagels to breakfast tortillas with 20 toppings to choose from.
The restaurant's lunch and dinner menu includes fun poolside bites for the whole family, with classic appetizers like chicken wings and shrimp cocktail, and a variety of salads, pizzas, sandwiches and desserts. Ocean View on the Nine's daily happy hour special takes place from 5pm to 7pm, and includes tropical favorites like Bahama Mamas, Mojitos, and Rum Runners. If guests prefer to spend the night in, the hotel provides a grocery delivery service and also has a 24-hour onsite food and beverage market.
Perfect for the business traveler, Residence Inn Miami Sunny Isles Beach offers a full range of event, meeting, and business services with three flexible conference spaces and two rooftop decks – totaling more than 9,000 square feet. The hotels dedicated staff will provide expert assistance with any type of affair. Additionally, a business library lends itself to the remote business traveler facilitating faxes, copying and printing services.
"Over recent years, Sunny Isles Beach has emerged as the ultimate South Florida destination," says Chade Brunton of Marriott International, Inc. "The city is ranked #1 of Top Ten US Destinations by TripAdvisor TravelCast, and we are excited to be part of the city's growth."
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