CallisonRTKL designs wellness-focused Hilton Miami Dadeland

Baptist Health South Florida and Interstate Hotels & Resorts have opened Hilton Miami Dadeland, a hotel in the Kendall area with a distinct focus on wellness.

Designed by local Coral Gables Architect, CallisonRTKL, design details throughout the hotel include Cuban tiles and pineapple-themed wall art and textiles with abstract lines, adding a touch of local style to the property.

The Hilton Miami Dadeland has 184 guestrooms, including 34 suites. The property offers Hilton's Five Feet to Fitness in-room wellness concept, bringing 11 different fitness equipment and accessory options into the guestroom. It also has a health and wellness center with fitness room, meditation garden, heated outdoor pool and walking and jogging trails.

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For events, the property has 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space, including a 6,250-square-foot ballroom with private outdoor patio and dedicated pre-function areas.

Dining venues include Table 55, which is supplied by local farms and producers, complemented with produce from the on-site garden; Starbucks; and a Wall of Water bar with bottled water from around the world.

Sdjacent to Baptist Hospital of Miami, Hilton Miami Dadeland is 13 miles from Miami Airport and two miles from Dadeland Mall and Metro Station.

James Shandor is the GM of the property.

Photo credit: Interstate Hotels & Resorts

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