2011 Hotel Openings Los Angeles & Miami
Los Angeles Hotel Openings
►Hotel Belair - (re-opening Summer 2011)
Following a 22 month renovation and restoration, the Hotel Belair is scheduled to reopen July 2011. The 12 acre oasis of luxury will house a total of 103 rooms/suites featuring open views, outdoor fireplaces, spacious decks, radiating heated floors, and personal spas/pools. The Rockwell Group, which operates and manages the property, will build an outdoor space for the hotel bar. The dining room will boast an open glass wine cellar displaying over 2,400 bottles of wine. This glass "wall of wine" will separate the main dining room from the private dining space (talk about ritzy!!). A boardroom for up to 14 will also be available for the hotel's business clientele.
The new Hotel Belair is also breaking ground on the technology front, becoming the first hotel to exclusively include Bang and Olufsen HDTV's in each suite. Good news for the traveling couch potato!
►Cipriani Los Angeles - (opening Spring 2011)
Cipriani Los Angeles (aka "Mr. C Beverly Hills), is slated for a Spring 2011 opening. The 138 room, 12 suite hotel will also feature 5 exclusive bungalows which include gardens, chef's kitchens, and private pools. "Mr. C Beverly Hills" will house Cipriani's signature restaurant with a menu to match the company's iconic brand and image.
►Viceroy Beverly Hills - (opening Spring 2011)
Viceroy Beverly Hills (L'Ermitage Beverly Hills) will open in early 2011. The hotel, currently operating under the name L'Ermitage Beverly Hills, houses two rooftop lounges (capy 120 ea.), several intimate boardrooms, and a private dining room for up to 28 guests.
Miami Hotel Openings
►Hotel Breakwater- (Opening March 2011)
Hotel Breakwater is taking reservations as early as March 2011. The 100 room hotel located in the heart of South Beach, features a fully enclosed rooftop penthouse lounge that can accommodate up to 120 guests. Each room has panoramic views of the beach.
►Dream Southbeach- (Opening Spring 2011)
This 108 room hotel is actually a transformation of two iconic art deco Miami Beach hotels- The Tudor Hotel and The Palmer House. The prospective juxtaposition of old and new architectural styles places this hotel in a unique category. We hope that the architects tastefully remodeled... That said, any design faux paus can be easily glossed over given the hotel's location (a mere 50 Feet from the Miami shore).
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