Miami is about to get a whole lot hotter, thanks to the launch of Nobu Hotels and Eden Roc Miami Beach in 2015. Nobu Hotel’s second location, a collaboration between Chef Nobu, Academy award-winner Robert DeNiro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper, will be the largest Nobu Restaurant and Bar Lounge in the world.
Part of a multi-million dollar renovation to Eden Roc Miami beach, the “hotel within a hotel” concept will be similar to Nobu’s first location at Caesars Palace Las Vegas. The property will include 210 guest rooms, a signature Nobu restaurant and bar, an additional new beach front restaurant, unique room service (we’re predicting sushi!), 20,000 square feet of spa and fitness facilities, event space, and two pools.
We’re super jazzed for the 15th floor Penthouse suites, which will feature panoramic views of the city with inspiration drawn from the Villa at the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace.
What makes this hotel different from Eden Roc? Guests enjoy VIP entrance to the Nobu Hotel Pool and lounge with views over the beach and sea and a separate guest tower. We also suspect guests will enjoy perks like guaranteed reservations at Nobu, which is offered at the Vegas property, but that’s not confirmed.
“We are excited to be putting the plans in place for the creation of an exceptional, luxury property at the iconic Eden Roc.” said Trevor Horwell, Chief Executive of Nobu Hospitality. “We welcome being a partner with the ownership of the Eden Roc in bringing the halo effect of the Nobu brand to the Eden Roc to recreate and relaunch this iconic property. Chef Nobu, Robert DeNiro and Meir Teper are passionate to create a property that will intertwine fun and luxury to offer guests from around the world a unique and exciting Miami experience.”
The property only has renderings as of the moment, but the preview looks awesome. What do you think?