Now Open: The Surfcomber

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants has opened the Surfcomber, an icon of Miami’s South Beach with its art deco architecture and design. Timed to coincide with the busy Art Basel Miami Beach show, the hotel’s return concludes a full-scale renovation and integration of brand hallmarks to attain a European bohemia meets American front porch atmosphere.


The 186 guestrooms and suites feature luxurious pillow-top bedding and bath products by European fashion house Etro for use in the spacious bathrooms, while the 32-inch high-definition flatscreen television, iHome docking station and high-speed internet access keep guests entertained and connected. For convenience, guests can also take advantage of the minibar stocked with gourmet and organic treats, as well as Kimpton’s “Forgot It? We’ve Got It!” essential travel items.


Steps from the beach, the Surfcomber Dining Room and Lobby Lounge offers a casual boutique environment to enjoy flavourful American fare and well-crafted cocktails, as well as the brand’s signature hosted evening wine hour each day. The Poolside Bar sets the stage for a perfect day in the comfort of the cabanas with casual grill items and refreshing beverages under the Miami sunshine.


The Surfcomber’s 2 meetings rooms and scenic pool deck is ideally suited for intimate gatherings and parties, with a dedicated team available to help guests plan events ranging from beach team-building activities to the perfect poolside wedding reception. Leisure guests will relish the direct beach access, heated swimming pool and 24-hour fitness center, while their four-legged companions will not be left out with the hotel’s pet friendly policy and amenities at no extra cost.


San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants now has 3 properties in Florida, with the Surfcomber joining Miami’s ultra-sophisticated and top-rated EPIC Hotel, as well as the luxurious Vero Beach Hotel & Spa. Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, the privately-held company operates another 48 hotels and 53 restaurants across the USA.


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