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Miami Beach Edition Hotel, Bowling Alley & Ice Rink Set For November Opening

Miami Beach Edition Hotel, Bowling Alley & Ice Rink Set For November Opening

Ian Schrager and Marriot’s Edition Hotel in Miami Beach is now accepting reservations for January 2015, although the hotel could open as soon as November.

Edition claims to have the ‘largest private beachfront’ of any hotel in the city. It will also include an ice skating rink, bowling alley and nightclub.

The company began hiring hotel employees in Miami Beach this month.

 

Set on a unique site on 29th Street and Collins Avenue, The Miami Beach EDITION is its own private enclave right on the beach. Conceived in collaboration with architects George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg and landscape designer Madison Cox, this Urban Resort will be a game-changer, uniting great design and innovation with personal, friendly, modern service as well as outstanding, one-of-a-kind dining and entertainment offerings “all under one roof”.

The Miami Beach EDITION features 294 guest rooms, suites and bungalows as well as a soaring penthouse; a restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and a gourmet marketplace with a variety of food and beverages for dining in or on the go; a Lobby bar with a direct view of the ocean-the only one in Miami Beach; a full floor entertainment area complete with a bowling alley, ice-skating rink and nightclub all with a state-of-the-art sound system as well as dramatic lighting and projection effects created by world-renowned lighting designer Patrick Woodruff; two outdoor pools with outdoor bars, personal cabanas and lounge areas; an outdoor movie theatre and private beach; 70,000 square feet of private beach front and an 1,800 square foot, 24-hour state-of-the-art high performance fitness center and spa.

 

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Sam

When are people going to get over boutique? White and light wood in the rooms? This gives nothing extra to the guest within their rooms. I think the ice skating ring is great idea, along with the lobby ocean view. Guests are paying higher room rates for the amenities, which would most likely still be an additional charge.