Wyndham Hotel Group opened the 200-room Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach in Miami Beach, Fla. The oceanfront hotel, formerly known as the Shelborne South Beach, is located on Collins Avenue in South Beach’s Art Deco district.
The Art Deco property, designed by architect Igor Polevitsky and later updated by Morris Lapidus, first opened in 1940. Owners Flag Luxury and the Galbut family completed a renovation that restored and celebrated the property’s heritage while also incorporating modern amenities such as complimentary Internet access, VIP concierge service and vintage car rental access.
Shelborne Wyndham Grand now has four on-site restaurants and bars, including Morimoto South Beach, Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s flagship eatery in Miami; revamped guestrooms and meeting spaces designed by Richard Mishaan; restored public areas conceived by designer Meg Sharpe; pool and beach access; a Blue Harmony spa; and event space.
The hotel’s 200 guestrooms have décor inspired by vintage cars from the 1950s, city or ocean views and 46-inch Interactive Smart Samsung televisions with mobile device connectivity via the Shelborne Wyndham Grand app.
In addition to Morimoto South Beach, the dining and bar experiences include The Drawing Room, The Bistro and casual beachfront dining alongside fire pits and ping-pong tables at Oasis Grill.
Direct beach access, located near the hotel, is available through the private beach club. An oceanfront pool and lounge area offers drink cart service, daily activities and air-conditioned cabanas with entertainment centers, full bathrooms and private mixologists.
Shelborne Wyndham Grand’s reinvention also included 15,000 square feet of expanded event areas.
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