Bagatelle expands lifestyle brand, to open Villa Bagatelle

Bagatelle, which opened its first restaurant in the heart of the Meatpacking District of New York City in 2008, announced that it is diversifying its portfolio with the planned opening of a hotel, Villa Bagatelle, in Miami Beach.

The brand of owners Aymeric Clemente and Remi Laba has an established presence on four continents, with venues in New York, Sao Paolo, St Tropez and St. Barth, among others.

Villa Bagatelle will evolve in two phases over the course of the next 18 months. The first transformation begins in November with a cosmetic renovation to the hotel’s common areas, including the lobby as well as the guestrooms designed to impart the look and feel of the brand.  

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Phase two will bring the complete Bagatelle fingerprint to the hotel by transforming the current roof deck into a complete Bagatelle St. Tropez experience. The venue will have areas for sun bathing, swimming, as well as enjoying meals. The pool deck will also ultimately include a full service food and beverage experience. 

The property’s courtyard will then become Bagatelle Gardens, an oasis where hotel guests or passersby will be able to enjoy breakfast, coffee experience, lunch, dinner, as well as al fresco drinks in a tropical garden. The Villa Bagatelle lobby and garden will also offer Wi-Fi connectivity.

Located in the Collins Park neighborhood at 220 – 21st Street at Collins Avenue, the boutique hotel is located in Miami Beach, across from the Setai Hotel, and near the W, Delano and upcoming Faena.  

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