Miami inspires Moniomi-designed TownePlace Suites Miami Airport

TownePlace Suites Miami Airport is scheduled to open this summer, designed by Miami-based Moniomi.

TownePlace Suites Miami Airport, designed by Miami-based Moniomi, is scheduled to open in August.

Design-wise, Moniomi was inspired by the city of Miami, paired with blue watercolor designs.

Upon completion, the lobby will have multiple spaces for meeting, working and dining, with each space meant to be flexible depending on the time of day and amount of people. The guest’s initial entry will be into an open space with custom sectionals and side tables with numerous outlets to charge phones and devices. Continuing into the bar, there will be seating areas divided by wood screens for privacy. The breakfast room will turn into more seating later in the day, with two- and four-top tables, and one long communal table where the buffet will be placed in the morning.

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The guestrooms were designed for longer stays, and will have kitchens with dishes and silverware. The hotel’s blue color scheme and watercolor motif will continue from the public spaces into the rooms, giving nod to the ocean and Miami’s beaches.

For the pool—which will be located next to the parking garage—Moniomi added greenery and accessories.

 

 

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