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Loews Miami Beach: Leading South Beach’s Rebirth

The 790-room newly renovated Loews Miami Beach has embraced new safety and well-being protocols. Shown here is a Grand Ocean Front King Balcony Room.
The 790-room newly renovated Loews Miami Beach has embraced new safety and well-being protocols. Shown here is a Grand Ocean Front King Balcony Room.

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.

Photography courtesy of Loews Miami Beach
Photography courtesy of Loews Miami Beach

What’s New?

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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