Miami Marriott Dadeland redesigned several areas of the property, including an open lobby concept and newly designed guestrooms named the "Design" guestrooms. The property worked with S5 Interior Design and Architecture for the renovation.
The newly designed guestrooms use the rooms’ proportions to inform their design, as opposed to relying on traditional furnishings and multiple patterns as seen in the previous design of Marriott guestrooms.
Another important aspect of the new design is the use of a local, Miami-based artist's work in the rooms. The rooms have photographs by Alejandro Borgese, commissioned exclusively for the Miami Marriott Dadeland hotel and whose pieces form part of a series called "Wild Line." Alejandro spent a year living in the Everglades National Park and photographed flowers that are native to this region. Every floor of the hotel is represented by a different flower from the Everglades National Park
Miami Marriott Dadeland's redesign also included a new front-desk area that comprises the use of white marble, contemporary lighting and a lobby bar area that includes several flat screen TVs, as well as seating area.
The hotel also renovated its porte cochere and valet parking area.
Miami Marriott Dadeland was the first hotel in the collection of hotels operated by MDM Hotel Group. The 24-story hotel tower located in Miami's Dadeland area has 302 guestrooms and three concierge levels. The hotel has over 38,000 square feet of meeting space and 28 meeting rooms. Adjacent to the hotel is the Courtyard Miami Dadeland, which has 128 guestrooms. Courtyard Miami Dadeland, also renovated all guestrooms, front desk and lobby areas.