NEWLY RENOVATED EDEN ROC MIAMI BEACH RESORT AND THE ADDITION OF THE NOBU HOTEL MIAMI BEACH, TWO HOTELS THAT HAVE COME TOGETHER IN ONE SAME ADDRESS TO FORM THE NOBU EDEN ROC HOTEL.
By Annabella Goshen | Pictures courtesy of Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort.
A hotel that has direct ocean views is definitely appealing. Add to this a full renovation and it surely enhances its appeal. This is the case with the Nobu Eden Roc Hotel, which is home to the Eden Roc Miami Beach Resort and the Nobu Hotel Miami Beach, featuring 624 guest rooms and direct ocean access. As the name says, it is in sunny Miami Beach, just minutes from the famed Lincoln Road, Ocean Drive, South Beach, and Wynwood Arts, offering added value to relaxation seek- ers, beach lovers and culinary enthusiasts.
Within the scope of Miami Beach, the Eden Roc has been considered a landmark hotel. It was built in 1956 and designed by architect Morris Lapidus, a Russian-Jewish immigrant, who ushered in the famous Art Deco style with its neo-Baroque architecture that is synonymous with Miami Beach. Designer David Rockwell spearheaded its current redesign and renovation. The iconic lobby of the hotel has been revitalized in its entirely. The original 16-seat Morris Lapidus lobby is known for the modern Bar Nobu. A custom chandelier, with alternating bronze and glass cylinders, emphasizes the lobby’s existing wooden columns while complementing the original bronze elevators. The aesthetics of the hotel have also been revamped, as modern art, curated by collector Peter Brant of The Brant Foundation, is spread throughout the hotel. Guest rooms are all about luxury, in which natural forms and textures are accented with hints of blue and purple in each room. This is a design-focused resort, which invokes the tradition of Miami art appreciation. While focusing on the rich history of the hotel, the elegant stone counter, white herringbone ooring and the theatrical backdrop make it both an iconic and luxurious place to sip a cocktail, enjoy a celebration or indulge on a stylish vacation.
This design-focused resort o ers event capabilities for any size, whether it is indoor or outdoor. The 70,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event and meeting spaces, combined with the dedicated hotel’s event planning professionals, religious festivities, ceremonies, meetings and receptions, make it appropriate for both corporate and family events. Private meetings spaces are also available for a more intimate ambiance, while the expansive ballroom o ers spacing for large events. The Nobu Penthouse event spaces, which is coming soon, will allow for exclusive occasions overlooking the entire property, with scenic views of the Miami skyline. The spa itself o ers a sensory journey with its 22,000 square feet of full-service amenities. Guests can enjoy the custom scrub bar, cold plunges, sauna and steam rooms, hydrotherapy circuit, relaxation station and VIP cabanas. Along with a wellness-approach, Eden Roc’s tness center o ers numerous tailored workouts as well as the Full Moon Wellness series, which o ers a new wellness event every month.
To add to the appeal, the Eden Roc recently welcomed the flagship Nobu Hotel, which highlights luxurious guest rooms with custom wallpaper and black and white photography of soothing Japanese landscapes, lantern style lighting, live-edge wood furniture and an overall relaxing ambience indicative of a Japanese beach house.
For culinary enthusiasts, Nobu Chef Matsuhisa o ers innovative Japanese dishes and cocktails. This restaurant infuses Chef Matsuhisa’s classical training in Tokyo combined with his culinary experience in Peru. For poolside guests, the Splash restaurant incorporates casual and convenient bites and refreshments. Farm-to-table restaurant Malibu Farm Miami brings the culinary expertise of Chef Helene Henderson to the Nobu Eden Roc. For large events, Nobu Eden Roc partners with two kosher caterers in the Miami area.
Numerous kosher bakeries, cafes and restaurants are also minutes away, since Eden Roc is located on Miami Beach’s world famous Collins Avenue. It is in close proximity to the Jewish Museum of Florida, which allows visitors access to Miami Beach’s first synagogue, providing a rich history of Jewish life in Florida dating back to 1763. Other attractions nearby include The Jewish Miami Beach Tour, which delves into the history of the Jewish population over the past 100 years, as well as highlighting distinct architectural styles prominent in Miami. The Jewish Food Walking Tour, conducted by the Jewish Museum of Florida, is also a recommended attraction.
With its ideal views, luxurious amenities, event spaces, expert planners, and convenient and ideal location, the Nobu Eden Roc can be an ideal location for destination weddings, family celebrations or large corporate events, all enveloped in the magic of Miami.