Commune Hotels to Open First Thompson Hotels Property in Miami
Thursday May 29th, 2014 - 9:58AM BP
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MIAMI—Commune Hotels & Resorts, the hotel management company composed of the Joie de Vivre Hotels, Thompson Hotels and tommie brands, plans to open Thompson Miami Beach later this year.
Following a multimillion-dollar renovation, the hotel will be Miami's first Thompson property. The 380-room beachfront property will showcase the work of chef Michelle Bernstein—known for her guest appearances on Top Chef, Iron Chef America and The Today Show—combined with the leadership of Miami's KNR Hospitality Group.
"Thompson Miami Beach, as with all Thompson hotels, is designed to inspire and to engage our guests in bold, yet approachable experiences reflective of the hotel's locale," stated Niki Leondakis, CEO of Commune Hotels & Resorts. "Together with celebrated hometown chef Michelle Bernstein, we are thrilled to offer guests a diverse and engaging collection of hospitality, dining and nightlife options in one of the most coveted areas of Miami Beach."
Thompson Miami Beach, conceived by designer Martin Brudnizki in collaboration with Kobi Karp Architects, will preserve the building's original Art Deco features and 1950s architecture. Guestrooms and suites will blend beach-inspired appointments and Mid-Century/International resort style.
The hotel will feature two indoor/outdoor restaurants, two pools, a spa with six treatment rooms, a fitness center, 24-hour in-room dining, gardens and lounges with ocean views.
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