Eden Roc Miami Beach Announces New Management
Wednesday June 19th, 2013 - 9:52AM OA
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MIAMI—Eden Roc LLLP, the owner of the historic Eden Roc Hotel, announced that Destination Hotels & Resorts will assume management of the luxury property beginning July 11, 2013. The 21-floor, 631-room hotel, formerly known as the Eden Roc Renaissance Hotel, has been rebranded as the Eden Roc Miami Beach.
“This transition marks the beginning of a new era for Eden Roc Miami Beach, one of the most iconic luxury hotels on Miami Beach,” Diego Ardid, principal of Eden Roc LLLP, said in a statement. “With the seasoned management team from Destination Hotels & Resorts in place, Eden Roc will be ready to achieve its true potential by providing our guests with an extraordinary lifestyle experience that fully leverages the resort's amenities, including renowned restaurants, the first-ever ELLE Spa and its breathtaking views of Miami Beach from the comfort of luxurious guest rooms, suites and bungalows.”
The upward repositioning of Eden Roc Miami Beach will attract the discerning local, domestic and international leisure traveler, as well as the premium group and event customer who seeks an authentic, enriching experience in a stylish setting, according to Eden Roc LLLP. The 71,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space provides flexibility for today's contemporary meeting, wedding or social event.
Overlooking world-renowned Miami Beach, the Eden Roc Miami Beach showcases iconic style, modern architecture and contemporary glamour, according to Eden Roc LLP. Designed by famed architect, Morris Lapidus, the hotel boasts an extraordinary history.
The hotel is famous for being host to Hollywood greats, like Elizabeth Taylor, Liberace, Katharine Hepburn, Harry Bellafonte, Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart since 1956.
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