Thompson Hotels opens flagship Miami property

The 380-room Thompson Miami Beach opened today (21 November), becoming the US hotel operator's seventh property worldwide.

Thompson Miami Beach hotel
Thompson Miami Beach hotel

The beachfront hotel, which aims to 're-establish the ideals of 1950s glamour', features 380 guest rooms, including 30 suites, and an interior created by British designer Martin Brudnizki.

Approximately 4,370sqm of flexible, multi-functional space is available for meetings and events, including the outdoor Vista Lounge offering ocean views. The 126sqm Tarelton Room has built-in A/V and soundproof windows and works for meetings, press events and breakout sessions.

The property has two restaurants, including 267-seat Floridian brassiere Seagrape, while social spaces include the intimate Crown Bar with adjacent late-night venue, and a Spanish-inspired beach house hideaway, the 1930s House.

Guests can also enjoy the open-air, rooftop Spa at Thompson Miami Beach, two swimming pools, an indoor/outdoor fitness centre; and tropical gardens.

Thompson Hotels is a Commune Hotels & Resorts brand.

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