Room Mate Hotels Set to Reopen Miami's Waldorf

 

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Room Mate Hotels has reopened their Waldorf location near Miami Beach. Ignacio Garcia Vinuesa, a Spanish decorator, who captured the heritage of the Room Mate brand through contemporary furnishings, did the completion. In addition, to the furnishings the merging colorful textiles offer guests a chic and sexy Miami feel.

The Waldorf is scheduled to be the first LEED-certified hotel in Miami Beach. LEED certification indicates that the Waldorf was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts.

Enrique (Kike) Sarasola, president and CEO of Room Mate Hotels, said, "The grand re-opening of Waldorf will provide travelers with a boutique hotel experience equipped with stylish rooms, posh common areas and sophisticated décor at a reasonable price so they can enjoy South Beach's most popular restaurants, shopping, cultural and entertainment attractions. As with all our Room Mate Hotels across the world, we wanted Waldorf to offer visitors a 'home away from home' feeling while they explore one of the country's most popular vacation destinations."

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