Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort and Nobu Hotel
By Ronda M. Parag
In the heart of Miami Beach is a luxury resort that is home to two unique hotels, both with a beautiful Atlantic Ocean beachfront. The historic Eden Roc resort has been on Collins Avenue for 61 years. Of course, it has been updated and renovated through the years. Now, with the recent changes, there are two distinct hotels at the historic address. Classic elegance blends Miami Chic with Japanese fusion at the two distinct hotels.
Eden Roc has over 400 guest rooms and suites ranging from 432 square feet to nearly 700 square feet. The hotel is family friendly and welcomes guests traveling with pets. The newly remodeled Nobu with over 200 rooms has a tranquil and relaxed Japanese-inspired décor resembling a Japanese beach house. Perks of staying at Nobu include an exclusive use of a private Nobu pool and preferred reservations at the Nobu Restaurant. Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s menu of Japanese-fusion cuisine, has been a part of Miami’s dining scene for 16 years. Nobu Restaurant guests can enjoy either indoor or outside air-conditioned seating with a gold cherry blossom decor, washi paper art and traditional lanterns.
The lobby bar has been refreshed by designer David Rockwell with new décor and furnishings. The center of the bar is a great place to have a craft cocktail, before heading out for the Miami night scene. If you choose to stay on property, there is nightly entertainment with a DJ on weekends. Dining options at the resort include the Nobu Restaurant, Splash, a poolside restaurant and the soon to open Malibu Farms, a fresh, organic farm-to-table restaurant founded by Chef Helene Henderson and a Starbucks for a cup of morning joe.
During a stay, don’t miss the chance for a relaxing treatment at the Spa Eden Roc. With 18 treatment rooms, a custom scrub bar, hydrotherapy circuit with plunge pools, sauna, steam and relaxation rooms, all the stresses of the day will be soothed with a signature Nobu Nagomi Ritual that begins and ends with a gentle stretching ritual. Hair and nail services are also available in the Salon.
Whether it’s a nostalgic and historic stay at Eden Roc or a modern-chic room choice at Nobu, either hotel puts you in the center of Miami Beach with great shopping, museums and restaurants nearby.
For more information and reservations:
Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort, 305-531-0000
Nobu Hotel Miami Beach, 844-455-6628
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