David Rockwell leads design of Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach

Nobu Hotels and Eden Roc Miami Beach announced plans for the Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach, set to open during the second half of 2015. Chef Nobu, actor Robert DeNiro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper are the people behind the Nobu Hotel project. This is the second US hotel under the Nobu Hospitality brand, and when it opens, will encompass the largest Nobu Restaurant and Bar Lounge in the world.

The Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach is part of the multi-million dollar plan to revitalize and re-launch the Eden Roc name and property.

The new Eden Roc Miami Beach Hotel will have a "hotel within a hotel concept," with Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach aiming to offer 210 guestrooms; a signature Nobu restaurant and bar; an additional new beach front restaurant concept; new banquet and catering menus; dining offerings; 20,000 square feet of spa and fitness facilities; over 70,000 square feet of re meeting and event space; and two pools.


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The 15th floor Penthouse suites will have panoramic views of the city with inspiration drawn from the villa at the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace. Guests of the Nobu Hotel will have a VIP entrance to the Nobu Hotel pool and lounge with views over the beach and sea. The guestrooms will be located in the hotel's tower.

David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group is leading the design of the project's interiors, preserving Morris Lapidus’ ethos. Rockwell's vision for the Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach is to use natural materials in a contemporary style. Inspiration was drawn from both Japan and the beach location.

The first Nobu Hotel opened in 2013 as a boutique hotel within Caesars Palace Las Vegas. In 2014, the Nobu Hotel City of Dreams Manila opened, followed by Nobu Hotels in Riyadh, Chicago, London Shoreditch, Eden Roc Miami Beach, Bahrain among other global locations. 

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