Hyatt Centric At Brickell’s Panorama Tower Now Accepting Reservations

Reservations are now being accepted for the Hyatt Centric Brickell Miami, at the base of Panorama Tower, Florida’s tallest building.

Strangely, reservations are only open for the first few weeks of May 2018. Hyatt also doesn’t really seem to want anyone to book even those few available nights, with listed rates exceeding $400 per night at the mid-range property.

The hotel will have 208 rooms and suites, according to Hyatt’s description. A Cuban-inspired restaurant and rooftop pool will be open to guests. The hotel also claims to be able to host up to 500 people in 7,500 square feet of meeting and event space.

 

below photos taken july 2017:

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

So mediocre looking. Hollo needs to call it quits already and stop littering the skyline. Even though it gives Miami some nice height its visually so bland.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Seriously. And the lack of setback kills any pedestrian life on that street.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nice planning jargon. Too bad it doesn’t apply as precedent for Brickell, where you have towers right at the street or setback with underutilized plazas. At least the hotel component is shorter and “breaks up” the development in height. I would assume the street level will have a restaurant(s) with seating.

Anonymous
3 years ago

You may be right about the plaza but at least with a setback it’s no as imposing as this 20 story base.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Would you rather have had a Related/Arquitectonica box with a parking garage at street level?

It’s a solid building worthy of the title as tallest, especially compared to the Four Seasons. We can only pray and wait One Bayfront Plaza comes soon enough.

Anonymous
3 years ago

“So mediocre looking. Hollo needs to call it quits already and stop littering the skyline. Even though it gives Miami some nice height its visually so bland.”

Gotta love all these armchair architectural critics.

Anonymous
3 years ago

LOL, the “critics” don’t even name one specific thing that’s wrong with it.

Yohan Perez
3 years ago

The low rise looks like a cheap hostel dormitory. The tall tower is gorgeous though.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Great project.. hopefully they fixed road to mitigate flooring on that street.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Fat chance. Most streets in Brickell haven’t been touched since the 1960s, when it was a predominately low-rise residential area with condo towers here and there, where water simply seeped back into the ground not covered in concrete and steel. Oh, but we need a “signature bridge” and tunnel.