Nicole Hollis oversees redesign of Kimpton Angler’s South Beach

The Kimpton Angler’s South Beach is set to unveil its renovations this spring. In addition to revamped spaces, the hotel will introduce 85 guestrooms and suites within the new tower on Washington Avenue. This expansion will grow the onsite room count to 132, with layouts that range from 400 square feet to 1,000 square feet.

San Francisco-based designer Nicole Hollis oversaw the hotel’s interiors, characterized by raw materials, handhewn works and custom artwork. The accommodations will include studios with terraces, two-story lofts connected via a spiral staircase, and two-story villas with access to gardens. Spa villas will also span two stories with two bathrooms, a private patio and Jacuzzi; while three-story poolside bungalows will have a private rooftop terrace, outdoor shower and lounge area.

There will also be new public spaces, such as the rooftop pool and sundeck, and a new bar and restaurant concept that will replace the existing 660 at Angler’s.

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Kimpton Angler’s South Beach will also have 19,000 square feet of flexible event space.

Photo credit: Kimpton Angler’s South Beach

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