In addition, both suites embody a theme based upon its color schemes. The Royal Palm reflects a tropical, Floridian palette utilizing hues of orange, yellow, and white, while Metropolis, as the name suggests, conjures the feeling of walking in an urban environment, with a color scheme of gray and tan. Williams first hospitality project is just a part of a larger 30 million dollar renovation that property owners of the InterContinental Miami are undertaking which also includes a new, signature restaurant, Toro Toro by world-famous chef Richard Sandoval, which opened on October 25th.
The Pan-Latin steakhouse features Spanish-infused dishes, an incredible selection of meats that are carved table-side, a la carte steaks, and small plates, perfect for sampling. Renovations will also include a 19-story “digital canvas,” composed of thousands of LED lights that will illuminate the Miami’s night skyline with images of the hotel as well as community events. General Manager of the InterContinental Miami, Robert Hill said, ““When our guests walk through the doors of the new InterContinental Miami, they will be stepping inside a hotel that captures the pulse of this city. Miami’s brand evokes international style, arts and culture, luxury lifestyle, and an urban sophistication.”
The hotel lobby will also be seeing changes. While its signature Henry Moore sculpture will remain, guests will be in awe of the addition of 18 LCD screens which will feature digital work of local artists as well as information for tourists about local attractions. The 641 guest rooms and suites will be remodeled as well, including brand new carpeting, bathroom fixtures, and linens.
Sara graduated from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia with a degree in creative writing. As a military child she spent her childhood living and travelling overseas which shaped her passion for travel, language, food, and intercultural exchange. She has recently joined the JustLuxe editorial team....(Read More)