Arlo plans Miami hotel opening for fall

Arlo Hotels is set to debut the Arlo Wynwood in October. The 217-room, nine-story hotel will be the first hotel to open in the creative and cultural district.

"Wynwood is one of the most vibrant districts in Miami. We’ve been eager to develop a hotel in the neighborhood, and with an increasing number of tech-forward businesses moving their headquarters to Wynwood, we feel this is a great time. The year-over-year hotel occupancy in the broader downtown market has grown nearly 30 percent,” said Oleg Pavlov, CEO of Quadrum Global and founder of Arlo Hotels.

Designed by Meyer Davis, Arlo Wynwood has guestrooms with white-oak furnishings. In-room amenities include tech-friendly features such as bedside wireless charging stations, Bluetooth radios and 55-inch LED TVs with casting capabilities.

The hotel's rooftop will have a pool, private cabanas, a bar and café and a yoga deck. Other property facilities include a 2,666-square-foot restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating as well as three bars, a bodega and a pool table. Guests also will have access to a fitness center and complimentary bikes to explore the neighborhood. 

On the yoga deck, Florida-based collage artist Ari Robinson is creating a plexiglass mural of overlapping organic shapes of varying sizes and hues that will produce unique color combinations, shadows and reflections. The property’s exterior walls will include works by Miami-based artist Hoxxoh, known for his “spheres of life” that illustrate the motions of space and time, and from Milagros Collective, whose co-founders Felici Asteinza and Joey Fillastre will create site-specific work, exploring the history of the community. Arlo Wynwood’s interiors will display more than 250 works of art from a range of artists, including Alain Castoriano, Coruna Luna, Jessica Poundstone, Joe Geis, Lauren Williams, Matthias Lupri, Ryan Coleman and Tom Abbiss, among others.

Arlo Wynwood is close to retail stores, antique shops, bars, eateries and more than 250 art galleries.