Miami is showcasing impressive new cruise developments; additional airlift and new and upgraded hotel option on its stand.
Greater Miami and the Beaches continues to evolve and enhance tourism infrastructure, investing millions in cruise lines, airlines, hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, family attractions and a new $620M re-imagined Miami Beach Convention Center. Hotel-wise, Ritz-Carlton, South Beach will soon re-open its doors, while Lennox Hotel Miami Beach is set to be a striking new modern hotel for sophisticated travellers.
Arlo Hotels, meanwhile, recently announced its first brand expansion outside of New York City with The Nautilus by Arlo in Miami Beach.
Carillon Miami Wellness Resort, meanwhile is offering a new range of spa options, ranging from oriental medicine, plastic surgery and even help in the bedroom from a new sex therapist.
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary this year, W South Beach is undergoing a top-to-bottom redesign of the hotel’s iconic 353 guestrooms and public spaces including a new wet pool deck, cabanas, outdoor bar and eatery and a 2,056 square-foot penthouse suite.
The Backyard pool area of Hyatt’s Confidante Miami Beach, served as a backdrop to smash hit music video New Rules by Dua Lipa, while Hyatt Regency Miami has undergone a £1.8 million renovation.
Meanwhile, Brightline, America’s first new major private intercity passenger railroad in over a century will be revealing future plans.
It recently announced a new strategic partnership with Virgin Group, to establish a new brand, Virgin Trains USA. Brightline launched its service between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach in May 2018 and plans to expand to Orlando and Tampa.
On the cruise front, Miami will welcome two new ships – MSC Mergaviglia and NCL’s Norwegian Encore – in November 2019, while Virgin Voyages’ first ship, Scarlet Lady, is due to arrive in the city in April 2020.
Miami Off Road, specialist in off-the-beaten-path tours of Miami in French, has announced an exclusive tour of the Everglades for French speakers, departing Miami Beach and viewing landmarks such as Art Deco buildings or the Freedom Tower along the way. Once in the Everglades, they will embark for an amazing 90-minute eco tour.
Finally, Visitors interested in the MICE market can find out about future plans to build a convention headquarter hotel connected to the newly renovated and reimagined $620 million Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC).
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