Hilton Bentley Miami/South Beach room renovation evokes South Florida landscape

Hilton Bentley Miami/South Beach completed a renovation project that included upgrades to the 94 guestrooms. The spaces got new contemporary furnishings, light fixtures and decor.

Designed by Bernhardt Designs, the new guestrooms have design that accents the fun spirit of South Beach with new lighting and furnishings.

Guestrooms now have the Hilton Serenity Bed, 42” LCD television, kitchenettes and full kitchens in most guestrooms, Italian marble bathrooms and balconies overlooking the skyline of South Beach or views of the Atlantic Ocean.  

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Guests can also book the hotels’ two-story, two-bedroom penthouse with views of the Atlantic Ocean and South Beach.  It has a full open kitchen, as well as dining room inside or out on one of the two balconies. Similarly, it has a private pool or Jacuzzi tub upstairs on the rooftop.  

Debbie Ramsawak is the hotel manager of Hilton Bentley Miami/South Beach.

Photo credit: Hilton Bentley Miami/South Beach

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