Hyatt Hotels opened the Hyatt Centric Brickell Miami in the Brickell Financial District.
The newly-constructed hotel is in the first 19 floors of the new 83-story Panorama Tower, the tallest building in Miami. Aztec Group and Concord Hospitality joint venture Concord Aztec Brickell owns and operates the hotel.
The 208-room Hyatt Centric Brickell Miami is near the district's shopping and cultural attractions, including Brickell City Center, Mary Brickell Village, Wynwood and Little Havana. The property is also close to several new art institutions, including the Perez Art Museum Miami, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science the Institute of Contemporary Art and various art galleries, entertainment venues, tropical parks, Port Miami and Miami International Airport.
“Brickell has become a vibrant destination with a global appeal for both business and leisure travelers and is full of thrilling attractions and sights,” George Vizer, Hyatt’s SVP of full-service franchise operations, Americas, said in a statement. “We are proud to grow the Hyatt Centric brand in the Miami area and have Hyatt Centric Brickell Miami at the epicenter of the city’s redevelopment, offering the best of local cuisine, arts and culture, access to global businesses and more.”
The Hyatt Centric Brickell Miami is the brand’s second hotel in the Miami area. Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami opened in 2015 in the center of Miami’s South Beach neighborhood. The hotel is also the third Hyatt Centric in Florida, following the Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa. The property is the newest addition to Hyatt Hotels' portfolio in Miami, which now has eight hotels across its Hyatt House, Hyatt Place, Hyatt Regency and Unbound Collection brands. In total, Hyatt has 48 hotels in the state of Florida.