Eden Roc Miami Beach Unveils $250 Million Renovation

The property has renovated its guest rooms and spa, opened new shops and restaurants, and debuted a "hotel within a hotel" by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa

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For more than 60 years, Eden Roc Miami Beach has been an iconic destination in South Florida. Now, thanks to a newly completed $250 million transformation, the legendary resort -- which has over 70,000 square feet of meeting space -- is positioned to continue its legacy for a new generation, its owners announced yesterday.

Located on Collins Avenue, next door to the famed Fontainebleau Hotel, Eden Roc Miami Beach has been completely refurbished. Improvements include a reimagined lobby bar by interior designer David Rockwell; the addition of a new California-inspired restaurant, called Malibu Farm; the opening of Boho Hunter, an upscale women's fashion boutique specializing in designs from Latin American designers; and the addition of a signature Nobu restaurant and Nobu Hotel -- a "hotel within a hotel" offering 206 guest rooms, including 35 suites and three penthouses -- by celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa.

Additionally, each of the resort's 415 guest rooms has been renovated with new carpet, wall coverings, furnishings, art, and décor.

Even the spa has been redone. Formerly known as "Spa Eden Roc," it's now called "Esencia Wellness" and features 22,000 square feet of relaxation, including 18 treatment cabins, a spa relaxation room, a 3,000-square-foot gym, and a boutique hair and nail salon.

"As the city of Miami Beach continues to flourish, we look forward to bringing a more distinctive and clearly defined experience to our guests and locals," said Andrea Chapur, ownership, Eden Roc Miami Beach. "Not only has the hotel itself undergone a massive refurbishment, but we have infused every part of the local Miami experience to create a fun and welcoming atmosphere and showcase the one-of-a-kind persona that defines Eden Roc Miami Beach."