Vantage opens third Florida hotel with Miami property

Vantage Hotels opened a 143-room Lexington Hotel in Miami Beach.

This hotel is Lexington’s third in Florida, joining locations in Daytona Beach and Jacksonville. A deal was also reached this year to build a Lexington just north of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

The Lexington Hotel Miami Beach has an outdoor pool surrounded by a tropical garden, a fine dining restaurant, two lounges (including a pool bar that also serves beach goers), a gift shop, a business center and over 1,000 square feet of meeting space. Many of the guestrooms include ocean views.


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“Lexington is a great sounding name with deep, historic American roots. It is a young and vibrant brand that is continuing to expand nationwide and create solid name recognition. Vantage has a professional corporate team that provides strong support, and we’re confident they will help us take the hotel to the next level,” said Sharone Tzalik, from the property’s ownership team, Charles Group Hotels.

Located on Collins Avenue in the heart of Miami Beach, the property is adjacent to Miami Beach boardwalk and minutes away from area attractions and entertainment such as South Beach, American Airlines Arena (home of the Miami Heat), Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Florida International University, Zoo Miami, Miami Seaquarium as well as shopping and dining options.

Lexington by Vantage currently has hotels open in the U.S. and Canada, as well as South Korea, where Lexington properties are known under the names Value Hotel Worldwide and Value Inn Worldwide.

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