Miami’s The Plymouth Reopens

Miami Beach’s The Plymouth has reopened following an extensive renovation and restoration effort to return the iconic Art Deco property to its glamour and style at the time of its debut in 1940.

 

Located on 21st Street within the emerging Collins Park cultural district being revitalized by Think Hospitality Group, the hotel’s exterior, including its corner pylon inspired by the “World of Tomorrow” exhibition (as seen at Epcot) at the 1939 New York World’s Fair, remains untouched while the interiors are reimagined by New York-based designer Fernando Santangelo. A pair of beautifully-restored murals by renowned 20th century artist Roman Chatov in the oval lobby (a rare architectural feature) sets the tone of the interior design, with Santangelo drawing on the luminous jewel tones for a renewed colour scheme of blues, reds and greens. Hand-selected antique chairs, lamps and sofas in almond, ruby, grappa, aubergine and blue colours make for intimate social spaces for small-scale gatherings.

 

Upstairs, the 110 guestrooms are individually furnished according to their size, shape and moods rather than having a uniform design for a more personal approach. Tastefully decorated in relaxing pastel colours, each guestroom comes with a variety of bed size options and stylish conveniences such as loungers, French-style bathrooms, workdesks, flatscreen television and high-speed internet access. To add to its Art Deco identity, several accommodations boast ceiling fans and standalone claw-foot bath tubs, while others incorporate a private terrace overlooking the swimming pool for an added lifestyle experience.

 

The Plymouth has partnered Chefs Bruce and Eric Bromberg for its Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill. The duo, whose first Blue Ribbon opened in New York in 1992 and now includes locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and London, will pair the finest sushi and sashimi options with a variety of cooked specialities, including its signature “Fried Chicken”, “Grilled Rib Eye”, “Oxtail Fried Rice” and “Salmon Teriyaki” also operate the Plymouth’s all-day lobby food and bar program as well as offer distinctive poolside eats and room service. In the day, guests can also enjoy menu favorites at the Plymouth Cafe.

 

In addition to the oval-shaped swimming pool, guests of the hotel also enjoy exclusive access to its private beach, with towel service, chair side food and beverage service, and a selection of 150 lounge chairs.

 

For more information, visit www.theplymouthmiami.com.

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