Nobu Hotel Miami Beach Opens in September

Nobu Hotel Miami Beach will be opening September 16, and bookings can be made on the property's recently completed website.

The hotel, which is undergoing a soft opening prior to expanding, is a collaborative effort between Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro, producer Meir Teper, and Australian businessman James Packer.

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The focus of the hotel will be its food, specifically Nobu Miami Beach and Helene Henderson’s Malibu Farm. Nobu Miami Beach combines classic Japanese cuisine and cosmopolitan flair. Malibu Farm revolves around finding fresh ingredients and doing little to modify them. Nobu Hotel Miami Beach will offer 24-hour in-room dining services.

Designed by architect David Rockwell, the hotel’s guest rooms and suites draw upon Japanese architecture and the hotel’s oceanfront location to evoke a contemporary Japanese beach house. All rooms and suites come with private bars, 60” HDTVs, Natura Bisse bath amenities, Fili D’Oro linens, Nespresso coffee machine, and Yakuta linen robes.

The three penthouse suites are 2,400 square feet and will offer ocean views, four bedrooms, Japanese walnut soaking bath, 80” smart TVs, personal fitness center, and butler service.

Nobu guests will soon have exclusive access to a private Nobu pool with views of the ocean and beach, in addition to Nobu poolside service and menus. 

Visit www.NobuEdenRoc.com

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