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Hyatt Centric Brickell At Panorama Tower Is Now Open: First Look Inside

Hyatt Centric Brickell At Panorama Tower Is Now Open: First Look Inside

Florida officially has a new tallest tower – Panorama Tower in Brickell.

Over the weekend, Panorama’s Hyatt Centric Brickell hotel opened to guests, inaugurating the building.

For now, only the 208-room hotel is open. According to advertising billboards throughout the downtown Miami area, occupancy of apartments on the upper floors of the tower is set for June.

 

hotel lobby on ground floor:

second floor lounge and restaurant:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Pedestrian experience:
✓ Tiny sidewalks
✓ Tiny, immature trees
✓ Multiple driveway cut outs
✓ Massive tower without setbacks

Anonymous
Anonymous

Learned the copy and paste feature recently?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Been to school to learn how to address people lately?

Anonymous
Anonymous

So what are they supposed to do now… knock the building down and dig up the trees and sidewalks and start all over again from scratch and build it the way you want it?

Anonymous
Anonymous

A bay walk with views to Biscayne Bay National park 25 yards to the immediate east.
Quit bitchin’.
5 years ago, this had smaller sidewalks, no trees, and a property tax bill of about $200k per year.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The tiny tree part really has no excuse… Just spend double, and get roughly trees that are twice as big! Not rocket science.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You should go price some trees out if you really think that’s how it works.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks about on par with Hampton Inn

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes.. or equal to a Marriott Courtyard

Magazine
Magazine

My biggest regret with this building is how little it activates the ground floor. Brickell Bay drive is dead and I was thinking this would be the project to make the area a bit more vibrant. Seems to miss in that regard.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Dead? Compared to what?

Anonymous
Anonymous

*by design.

Anonymous
Anonymous

the majority of the new buildings have this issue..very nice and all to look at from far but the street level feel is abysmal.

Anonymous
Anonymous

IMO it looks good.. not a five-star but good for business travel.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It does look good. Having lived in a Hollo building, I’d never do it again, and I don’t like the architecture, but its a great addition to my neighborhood and I’m greatful for men of action (as opposed to whiners) who put their money where their mouth is, take action and build buildings. These men are a rare breed.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“La Carreta” style, pictures of communist rundown Havana and cigars. Very, very original

Anonymous
Anonymous

Havana is not communist, Castro is.

Anonymous
Anonymous

ay caramba……

Anonymous
Anonymous

They went all out with the pedestrian experience:

Massive tower without setback, multiple driveway cut outs and tiny immature trees.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Man who are these commenters? Everyone seems to be so fixated on sidewalks. Are u guys like obsessed and get around in scooters? U ppl are incredibly hard to please. Smh

Anonymous
Anonymous

Non-Miamians for sure.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They ride fixies….and expect developers to spend their money to build bigger sidewalks so they can swerve.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The people who actually live in the area. Those are the people you are speaking of.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Shhh.. the international “investors” don’t care about those “people”.

Brickell Bay Drive Resident
Brickell Bay Drive Resident

I live one block away and I just wish this developer would hold the contractor accountable for the streets and sidewalks they damaged. This contractor never cleaned the streets and catch basins are full of debris so now the entire area is flooded.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They aren’t done yet

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s the city’s job. Good luck on that happening.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That lobby is comically small and cramped. I remember reading the full tower was to open by March but, watching the pace of construction on the upper floors, I’m not surprised to hear of a delay until June.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What is good for toe nails fungus?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Congrats mr hollo ……..

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agreed. I wish everyone who’s posted comments could achieve one such accomplishment in their lifetimes.

Anonymous
Anonymous

This hotel looks cheap.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Bunch of haters… what you want an albino dolphin swimming in a Ferrari shaped water tank?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nah, that would still be too tacky and cheap looking for these guys.

Anonymous
Anonymous

OMG all you judgmental people. Too small sidewalks, looks cheap! Well then invest your money in the next project so that you can make it appeal to everyone. And let it be a massive project. Hate people that have to critique everything as if it’s affecting their lives. Get a real life!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I hope you’re not replying to the comment above, because that comment to is referring to these judgemental people on this site who don’t have anything better to whine about than “tiny sidewalks, trees, and cheap looking hotel.”

Up your reading comprehension level buddy.

BDub
BDub

It is, relatively. $232 for a Wednesday night 2 weeks out.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You have to actually go in to see how nice it is.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s nice. I’m in it now. Try the Pulpo Crujiente con Mufungo de Yuca…..tasty!
The rooms are small but ample. It’s great for the neighborhood.

Anonymous
Anonymous

lobby tile looks like a kitchen in a 3 bedroom house

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is Hyatt Centric, not Grand Hyatt, and thats why its smaller. New York have more italian than rome, but haven’t been to a hotel there with only pictures from Italy. Its unbelievable how beautiful Miami is to only have pictures from Cuba. This is Miami! Lets promote Miami, not Cuba!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Oh oh, get ready for the “thumbs down votes.” You’re talking to the people who claim “they built Miami.”

Anonymous
Anonymous

The lobby looks like a public washroom – with bad art.