Miami, FL/ January 29, 2020/ Social Halo Media – Two and a half years after Hurricane Irma blew through Miami, the Ritz-Carlton, South Beach hotel is finally reopening. The hotel invested $90 million on its floor-to-ceiling restoration. Guests can expect to see some of the natural beauty of Miami infused with the historic roots of the hotel. Culture has been added into each and every guestroom and meeting space, resulting in an authentic Miami experience for all travelers.
The Ritz-Carlton South Beach has reopened its doors after a $90 million, multi-year renovation that is meant to enhance the overall guest experience.
The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach returns to Miami following a $90 million transformation to once again host luxury travelers in one of the country’s most exotic cities. After being damaged by Hurricane Irma in 2017, the hotel closed its doors for nearly two and a half years while they worked on a complete transformation. Guests will find the transformation well worth the wait as they enter the newly remodeled hotel.
Upon entering the hotel, guests will immediately see the transformed lobby featuring elegant new touches, while also remaining humble to its original design. Just steps away, a brand new classic cocktail lounge, The Lapidus Bar, invites visitors to settle in and enjoy seeing Miami through a vintage lens. Featuring live music and vintage cocktails, The Lapidus Bar is a great place for travelers to unwind and relax.
Perhaps the most significant addition is the new hotel restaurant, Fuego y Mar, which features Latin American and Caribbean food. The restaurant features yacht-inspired coral and blue furnishings, as well as doors that open to the poolside seating area and bar overlooking the beautiful ocean views. The hotel has also added new window seals, roof coverings and rooftop equipment stand to prepare for future hurricanes.
For more information or to book a room at the Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, visit https://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/miami/south-beach.