New GM takes over at Miami Beach hotel

The Shelborne South Beach in Miami Beach, Fla., offers 200 guestrooms, including 19 suites, and more than 30,000 square feet of expanded event space. Photo credit: Menin Hospitality
Steven Hiblum. Photo credit:
Menin Hospitality

Menin Hospitality, a collection of upscale lodging, lifestyle restaurants and nightlife venues, announced that Steven Hiblum has been appointed GM of the Shelborne South Beach in Miami Beach, Fla.

“Menin Hospitality is committed to maintaining the utmost standards across our eclectic portfolio of properties,” said Jared Galbut, the company’s managing principal. “Steven has a proven track record of results and operational excellence. We are confident that his invaluable knowledge and practical experience will be a great asset to our team.”

Hiblum will oversee all day-to-day operations for the 200-room Shelborne South Beach. Hiblum will ensure that all hotel operations are carried out to Menin Hospitality brand standards. 

Hiblum brings almost two decades worth of hospitality experience to the table, having worked at numerous hotel groups across the country. After graduating from Ben-Gurion University in Beersheba, Israel, with a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management, Hiblum went on to hold positions at properties within Morgans Hotel Group, including three Miami Beach properties, Delano South Beach, Shore Club South Beach and Mondrian South Beach, and Clift Hotel in San Francisco. Hiblum also served as general manager of Nautilus - a Sixty Hotel in Miami Beach for five years, where he oversaw operations for the beachfront hotel’s 250 guestrooms and 160 employees. Most recently, Hiblum served as VP of operations at Highgate Hotels, where he was responsible for managing hotel experiences and programming for three Miami properties.