Hyatt recently announced plans for the first Grand Hyatt property in Miami Beach, located adjacent to the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center. The 800-guestroom property opens in 2023 as Grand Hyatt Miami Beach.
Plans for the 17-story hotel include a ballroom, two floors of meeting rooms, pool deck, promenades, beach views, a skybridge connected to the convention center and retail space.
“At Hyatt, we believe in growing with intent and expanding our footprint in markets that matter most to our guests and World of Hyatt members,” said David Tarr, senior vice president, development, Americas, Hyatt. “Hyatt is proud to play an integral role in this project as hotel operator, under the luxury Grand Hyatt brand, which will help guests and locals alike celebrate the iconic, captivating city of Miami Beach.”
“The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau joins Terra, Turnberry and The City of Miami Beach in welcoming Grand Hyatt Miami Beach as the new 800-room headquarter hotel connected to the Miami Beach Convention Center,” added William D. Talbert III, president, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Grand Hyatt Miami Beach will make it possible to better compete for citywide conventions which fuel jobs in our community and generates business for all of Greater Miami’s hotels and merchants. We look forward to the hotel ground-breaking which once completed will finalize the Miami Beach Convention Center District.”
The new hotel will be the second Grand Hyatt property in Florida, following Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay.
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