Hotel Equities to manage the Miami Residence Inn

Residence Inn Miami

Hotel Development Partners opened the 175-suite Residence Inn by Marriott Miami Beach-Surfside, which will operate as a Marriott franchise. The hotel is owned by HDP-TLD Partners and managed by Hotel Equities, a joint-venture partner in the deal.

“We are pleased to introduce this unique, lifestyle Residence Inn to the Surfside area,” said Allen O’Brien, president of Hotel Development Partners.   

Located in the beachside resort town of Surfside, within walking distance of Bal Harbour shops, the Residence Inn Miami Beach-Surfside also offers shopping at Aventura Mall plus South Beach and the cultural scene of downtown Miami. The hotel includes a landscaped courtyard and a rooftop bar and pool.


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“This project is one that is truly a flagship property for both HDP and HE alike,” said Fred Cerrone, chairman & CEO of Hotel Equities and partner with HDP. “The offerings to our customers with all custom finishes, roof top pool, bar and suites are very unique and trendy to the Miami Beach area. We worked closely with Marriott to ensure this would be a flagship, state of the art, all-suite hotel with beach access in one of the hottest markets in the US.”

Residence Inn Miami

The Residence Inn Miami Beach Surfside is an all-suite hotel that offers studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites. The property also has been designed to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards. It is the newest Residence Inn to join the portfolio of Marriott properties that are designed to LEED standards, a voluntary rating program developed by the U.S. Green Building Council that provides third-party verification of green buildings.

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