by Emily Goldfischer
While there’s no denying it will take some time for the hospitality industry to recover from COVID-19, the newly renovated Loews Miami Beach is well-positioned to capture pent-up demand. When the Loews opened in 1998, it was the first new hotel to be built on Miami Beach for 30 years, serving as a catalyst for the tourism destination. Some two decades later, nearly every major hotel brand has a flag on Miami Beach, but Loews is in the spotlight again with a breathtaking $50 million renovation of the 790-room property that combines the now-iconic 17-story tower and the St. Moritz, a 1939 Art Deco gem. Though the property is compact, Loews Hotels has been swift to acclimate to new safety and well-being protocols, becoming its own oasis in the heart of South Beach. Loews Miami Beach was designed by Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe (NBWW) from Coral Gables.
Everything has been redone — from every guestroom to the restaurants, pool area, Kid’s Club, and Exhale Spa — all streamlined and modernized over the last few years. We love the new look interior designer Simeone Deary created under the guidance of Loews Hotels chairman and CEO Jonathan Tisch; it incorporates more organic elements and moody colors, yet retaining the Miami Art Deco vibe.
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