Waldorf Reopens in Miami Beach

After shutting down operations for more than a year to undergo a complete interior renovation, including all 44 uniquely-appointed guest suites featuring sweeping ocean views and public spaces, Waldorf, a Room Mate Hotel, will officially re-open its doors to guests in May.

The re-designed boutique hotel, scheduled to be the first LEED Certified hotel in Miami Beach, was envisioned by Ignacio Garcia Vinuesa, an acclaimed Spanish decorator. 

In the guestrooms Vinuesa highlighted uber-contemporary furnishings in high-gloss white set against the glinting sheen of metal and steel gray.

In the lobby, guests will discover a more playful palette of greens, blues and butter yellow, offset by modern accoutrement like metal palm trees and cylindrical chandeliers.

The Waldorf is located just steps from the beach and in close proximity to many of South Beach’s most popular restaurants, shopping, cultural and entertainment attractions including Lincoln Road, Collins Avenue and the Miami Beach Convention Center.

There is also America Cuisine served up at Prime Time Restaurant and Bar.

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