News for the Hospitality Executive
The 527-room Miami Biscayne Hotel Now Operating
as the Hilton Miami Downtown
|BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - May 8, 2008 - Travelers to Miami
will have even more to choose from as Hilton Hotels & Resorts opened
the doors to its newest metropolitan property, the Hilton Miami Downtown.
Located in Miami’s bustling and burgeoning downtown district, the contemporary
527-room hotel features newly renovated guestrooms, including 58 suites
that overlook Biscayne Bay and the downtown skyline. The Hilton Miami Downtown
is a premier full-service hotel located near the city’s financial district,
recently built Adrienne Ardsht Performing Arts Center, and world-class
restaurants and shopping opportunities. Its location coupled with expansive
meeting space makes the hotel an ideal choice for business, leisure and
convention guests. The new Hilton joins two others: the Hilton Miami Airport
and the Hilton Bentley on South Beach.
The hotel previously operated as the Miami Biscayne Hotel, the Radisson Miami Downtown, Renaissance Miami Biscayne Bay and Wyndham Biscayne Bay.
The Hilton Miami Downtown is operated by Argent Ventures, LLC under a franchise license agreement with Hilton Inns, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hilton Hotels Corporation. The hotel is owned by Morgan Stanley and Argent Ventures, and managed by Pyramid Hotel Group.
“This centrally-located hotel offers guests easy access to the best of Miami, from beaches to business,” says Jeff Diskin, senior vice president, Brand Management, Hilton Hotels & Resorts. “We are pleased to offer guests more opportunities to stay with us in South Florida with this new edition to our portfolio.”
Each guestroom has been newly furnished with the Hilton Serenity Collection® of upscale in-room amenities, which includes the Hilton Serenity Bed Suite Dreams® mattress by Serta®, Pacific Coast® mattress pads and top-quality linens and pillows. Standard amenities also include the Hilton Serenity Bath Collection, featuring the exclusive Crabtree & Evelyn line of La Source® bath products; a Cuisinart® dual-cup, single brew coffeemaker and Lavazza® coffee; and the easy-to-set Hilton Family alarm clock with MP3 player connectivity. All of the hotel’s 528 rooms are equipped with 27-inch screen televisions and high-speed Internet access.
Just minutes away from South Beach, American Airlines Arena, Coconut Grove, Miami Seaquarium, Orange Bowl and Miami International Airport; ten minutes from some of the most amazing world-class beaches; and five minutes from the Port of Miami; the Hilton Miami Downtown boasts a premium location for all guests. For added convenience, the hotel is connected to the Metro Mover, a free light rail service that takes guests to several restaurants and shopping areas downtown, including the Bayside Marketplace.
Guests can take advantage of the hotel’s rooftop pool with views of Miami, or break a sweat in the fitness center featuring Hilton Fitness by Precor equipment. Those looking for outdoor adventures can go sailing, fishing or golfing or experience a variety of other recreational activities just minutes from the hotel. Several famous Florida attractions are also located nearby, such as Jungle Island, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Florida Everglades, Miami Metro Zoo, Carnival Center for the Performing Arts, Key Biscayne, Historic Art Deco District, Dolphin Mall, Little Havana Historic District and Bayside Marketplace.
Meeting planners and attendees can enjoy the Hilton Miami Downtown's 43,000 square feet of function space, including one of the largest ballrooms in the downtown area. The hotel also features a 24-hour business center and multi-lingual staff who can assist you with your meeting needs including audio/visual equipment rental.
The Hilton Miami Downtown is located at 1601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132. For more information or to make reservations, contact Hilton Reservations Worldwide at 1-800-445-8667 or visit www.hilton.com.
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|Also See:||Driftwood Hospitality Management LLC Completes $12 million Renovation on the 528 room Biscayne Bay Hotel Miami; Renamed Radisson Hotel Miami / July 2003|
|The Renaissance Miami Biscayne Bay Hotel $12 million Renovation Capitalizes on Miami's Performing Arts District / December 2002|
|Pyramid Hotel Group Puts the Former Westin Stamford Through an Eight-month Refurbishment and Brand Conversion; Opens the Like New 484 Room Hilton Stamford Hotel with an IACC-approved 45,000 square foot Executive Conference Center / January 2008|