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The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach Reopens After Renovation

Posted by Michele Hutchinson on 2/11/20 7:00 AM
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Two years after closing to repair property damage from Hurricane Irma, the $90 million transformation of The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach is complete.

Renovations include a complete reimagining of guestrooms, the pool and spa areas, and a new lobby. The hotel added more dining options including the Lapidus Bar and Fuego y Mar, a new Latin American restaurant.

The hotel features 20,000 square feet of flexible function space including a 10,200-square-foot ballroom that can be divided into three salons. In total, the hotel has 11 meeting spaces and options for indoor and outdoor events.

Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach

Additional information on The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach:

  • Meeting space is not vehicle accessible.
  • The hotel’s 376 guestrooms offer amenities such as marble bathrooms and oversized furnishings, with some rooms having private balconies or lanais.
  • The hotel is 30 minutes from Miami International Airport (MIA).

See this site for more information.

See us at Morley if you'd like some event planning assistance. 

Topics: Miami, Beach, hotel, renovation, south beach, Marriott Luxury Collection, The Ritz-Carlton South Beach, waterfront


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