Hyatt Centric Hotel Coming To Panorama Tower, Opening In Fall 2017

A Hyatt Centric hotel will open at Panorama Tower when construction is completed, according to the SFBJ:

  • Hyatt will occupy the 17 floors that line the parking garage, and include 208 oversized rooms
  • The hotel will have a Havana theme
  • Guests will have access to a restaurant on the 2nd floor, meeting facilities, and a pool on the 19th floor
  • The hotel is expected to open in early November 2017

The tower has reached the 61st floor of construction, and is on track to become Miami’s tallest.

A pre-leasing office for the project’s 821 apartment units will open soon.

 

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Joel
4 years ago

Im loving the tower already.

Prep
4 years ago

A mid range hotel, good idea for the area

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s more on entry-level high-end like Aloft is to W as Hyatt Centric is to Andaz. The South Beach location is the best example. Either way, the rooms will fill, and we will see a constant flux of people with money to spend in Brickell. Maybe the city will make streetscape improvements finally, which haven’t changed since the 1960s.

Edin
4 years ago

Who cares,just build it talllllllllllllllllllll.

Alpina
4 years ago

Havana theme? What is that supposed to mean? Spanish Colonial Architecture? How do you incorporate that to a modern building? OMG…it doesn’t sound good.

Hilux
4 years ago

Just the idea of using a ‘x city concept’ to incorporate or apply to an interior design sounds like cheese to me.

Anonymous
4 years ago

dump the “theme” and just make it affordable and comfortable..the people will follow…. but ..i really do love the bldg and its scale…reminds me of met life in nyc…

Mia
4 years ago

Hehe…i don’t wanna imagine the ‘hotel’s decor’….

Ilovearchytecture
4 years ago

Is your coment racist and derogatory or in other words , what do you mean??
Havana was a great and beautiful city with not only Spanish Colonial like another person commented but also has Art Deco and art nouveau and bauhaus architecture and even some buildings were influenced by le courvoisier style ( most of then destroyed or neglected after almost 60 years of communism

What would be the difference with any othe theme like “Parisian ” or Japanese or midwestern or Hawaii or Polenisian

I think your coment imply tackiness on the design just for being a Havana theme and show your lack of knowledge about Cuba…. I suggest to get a book about architecture and design after you finished voting for Trump!!!

Mia
4 years ago

Havana was a top notch city from the architectural point of view as some other Latin American capitals along with Buenos Aires, Mexico DF, Sao Pablo, etc. I love cubans, cuban food, cuban culture, and truly admire its people. But the new Miami should parts way from trying to make everything ‘cuban’ because as of today, Miami is a reach mix of different cultures is no longer defined just by cuban influence. So to me the cuban theme is a little boring. But please, do not say i am racist because first of i am latin, i married cuban i am voted for Hilary. You need to learn to hear different points of views and not take it personal….and one more thing I am an architect

Fise
4 years ago

Yes, i agree. I like the idea of highlighting latin culture but in a more abstract fashion. For example, dedicating the interior design theme to Latin American writers of the XIX century, or inspiration in Latin American contemporary painters, or Spanish History and its influence in Latin America of the 1,500….in other words something more meaningful and deep…something that hasn’t been done in Miami.

Ilovearchytecture
4 years ago

You do have a real point of view, not like the one from Mia, the architec
Thanks for your coment and appreciation of art and design

Ilovearchytecture
4 years ago

“Hehe….I don’t wanna imagine the hotel decor….” is not a point of view

And sure, you are an architect,

Anonymous
4 years ago

Cuban “themes” are so over done, Miami is way more than just Cuban culture. Nobody is attacking Cuba, its amazing how some people cannot have an opinion without being labeled a racist.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Havana theme…how original for Miami

Anonymous
4 years ago

Were you expecting a Flagler Street theme?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Not sure what the name of a street has to do with the “theme” of a city, but I can understand why some people are tired of the “Havana Theme” as nearly every hotel on the beach and restaurant has incorporated some element of Cuban into their design/style/culinary offerings. And from someone who has recently visited Havana, Flagler isn’t that much different lol

Anonymous
4 years ago

It would be bold for a hotel to incorporate the visual elements of crime, homelessness, and people doing drugs in public with the smell of urine. I imagine the soundtrack could be shop owners yelling at people to move along.

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