Gansevoort Miami Beach upgraded

 Situated at the end of Collins Avenue, the 340-room Gansevoort Miami Beach recently underwent a series of upgrades.

The lobby has been improved with reupholstered furniture topped by silk accent pillows, textured wallpaper, new décor, and newly designed SoBe style columns. The 40,000-gallon shark tank was re-tiled with a custom blend mosaic Italian Bisazza glass tile.

A mosaic backsplash has also been added to the bar at The Pool Plaza, just as the infinity-edge pool, set within a sprawling Brazilian Ipe deck, has been completely redone. New sun chairs can now be found on The Rooftop.

The mezzanine level, where the conferences, meeting and event spaces are, similarly received a makeover with new carpeting, paint, artwork and lighting.

All of the 340 rooms and suites are currently undergoing a deep cleaning, balconies throughout the building are being upgraded, and the sidewalk and valet area are being repainted.


Gansevoort Miami Beach (exterior)


Gansevoort Miami Beach (facade)


Gansevoort Miami Beach (room with a view)


Gansevoort Miami Beach (pool)


Gansevoort Miami Beach (ballroom)

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