Debora Aguiar designs new Hyde Resort & Residences in Florida

The glass-clad building soars 43 floors directly on the Atlantic Ocean.

Hyde Resort & Residences has opened in Hollywood, Florida, with design by Brazilian architect Debora Aguiar. Chesapeake Hospitality, a third-party hotel management company, is managing the property.

The 43-story glass-clad building is right next to the Atlantic Ocean. Its 363 suites with one to three bedrooms that include kitchens, Wi-Fi connectivity and floor-to-ceiling glass doors opening to wrap-around terraces. The suites all incorporate organic materials, natural wood and stone, and atmospheric lighting. 

The hotel has two infinity-edge ocean view pools, sundeck and private cabanas; fitness center overlooking the Atlantic Ocean; spa with steam and sauna rooms; and dedicated yoga and Pilates studio.


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The property also has a permanent curated art collection installed throughout the public areas.


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