Hyatt Centric is a full-service lifestyle hotel created for modern explorers, a multigenerational group comprised of travelers who view their hotel as more than a place to stay. While each hotel has its own personality and offers guests a story to tell, thanks to its eclectic and fun touches, the Hyatt Centric brand is characterized by certain signature elements, including spaces like The Corner, where guests can work, socialize and peruse a curated collection of local books and magazines, and a bar and restaurant area that help foster great conversations and deliver thoughtful, locally inspired food and signature cocktails. Now opens their South Beach location at 1600 Collins Avenue.
The hallmarks of your experience there at the Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami hotel are modern luxury combined with touches of the conveniences you need to make your life work efficiently. Valet parking, access to sand and surf, a thriving local dining scene and the glitz and glamor of South Beach are only a few ingredients in the recipe that the hotel pride themselves on providing the guests. Less than a minute to sinking your toes into the sand, where you’ll enjoy full beach services, you will also be in close proximity to shopping, dining, and entertainment on Lincoln Road, capitivating you with the vibrant local scene. The hotel also within easy reach of the area’s rich cultural history, the arts, and one of Miami’s most famous beaches. Here is more information about Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami hotel :
According to justanotherpointstraveler :
“The hotel is located in the heart of South Beach, right the intersection of 16th street and Collins Ave. There is a MIA Airport Flyer bus stop near by (bus #150), which is my preferred transportation method between MIA and South Beach. For $2.35 each way, you can’t go wrong. The entrance to the hotel is on 16th street, and the lobby, bar, and pool area are all located on the 3rd floor. At time of check in, I was told that a $20 resort fee applies, but it is waived for award bookings. You already know my feelings about resort fees in general, so I am glad I was not hit with a surprise.” written by Angelina Aucello.
According to travelweekly :
“The 105-room hotel is lodged within a 10-story glass tower and has 19 rooms that overlook the Altantic Ocean. It’s just the second Hyatt Centric-branded hotel to open, following the Hyatt Centric the Loop Chicago, which began receiving guests in April. Hyatt Centric hotels will primarily be located in cosmopolitan markets, and each will be designed with local touches. The Hyatt Centric South Beach has a third floor indoor/outdoor lobby and a third-floor pool. Its restaurant, Deck 16, serves Mediterranean cuisine.” written by Robert Silk.
According to Urban Daddy :
“Scrounge up a sick day or three for the Hyatt Centric South Beach Miami, a new beachfront-leisuring situation with an open-deck pool, deliverable cocktail kits and a few other tricks up its sleeve, open now in South Beach. What you’re looking at here is 10 stories of glass-encased repose: sunlight streaming through floor-to-ceiling windows, a generously sized pool deck and art curated by a Wynwood gallerist. Because of course there’s a Wynwood gallerist. Pull up to the front and let the automated car garage take care of things—you’ve got a date with a king suite. Then, things will proceed thusly: 1) You’ll open your room. 2) Order a deliverable cocktail kit. 3) Kill about 20 minutes unpacking. 4) Consume contents of said kit. 5) Feel accomplished.”
According to BusinessWire :
” Hyatt Centric South Beach features a Spanish-Mediterranean restaurant, DECK sixteen, offering a locally sourced menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with the talented Executive Chef William Milian at the helm of the kitchen. Additional food and beverage amenities include pool and beach service and Hyatt Centric’s signature restaurant-to-room dispatch service, which delivers selected menu items and cocktail kits in 20 minutes or less. The hotel also offers a unique roster of conveniences including a fitness center and a number of off-site amenities, such as custom-designed bicycles and specially priced services at the famed exhale spa, where luxury spa services and award-winning fitness programs are at the tip of guests’ fingers. In addition to catering to leisure travelers, Hyatt Centric South Beach also offers business guests a stylish boardroom on the second floor for meetings. The hotel allows for convenient connectivity with complimentary wireless Internet throughout the property and a state-of-the-art Bluetooth enabled TV systems with full audio and visual services.”
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