Marriott International, Inc. is expanding its luxury portfolio with the JW Marriott Marquis hotel scheduled to open in downtown Miami in mid-2010. The Marquis designation is reserved for select downtown properties within the JW Marriott portfolio that offer the highest levels of comfort, technology, personal service, meeting facilities, privacy and amenities.
Accommodations at the 357-room JW Marriott Miami Marquis will feature a pillow menu, an in-room computer with high-speed Internet access, a 50" flat-screen high-def television, personal electronics connectivity panel, a television embedded in the bathroom mirror and an in-room espresso maker.
db Bistro Moderne, led by famed French chef Daniel Boulud, will be one of three restaurants on the property. The hotel will also offer recreation and lifestyle amenities including an outdoor swimming pool, a 10,000-square-foot NBA approved basketball court, Jim McLean Golf School with virtual golf and golf lessons, a bowling alley, media room, billiard room, a fitness center and luxury spa. Additional amenities will include a private access executive level and lounge, a fully-appointed business center, cigar shop, wine shop and gourmet coffee bar.
For conferences and social events, the JW Marriott Miami Marquis will offer more than 80,000 square feet of flexible space, including a 20,000-square-foot column-less Grand Ballroom.
Hotel Beaux Arts Miami
In addition to the JW Marriott Miami Marquis, the Hotel Beaux Arts Miami will open within the same Met Miami development. Hotel Beaux Arts provides a private, urban retreat environment catering to business and leisure travelers. Situated on the 38th floor, with city and bay views, the hotel provides guests with their own private check-in and personal escort to 44 guestrooms and suites that feature exclusive Bang & Olufsen state-of-the-art video and sound systems throughout, hardwood floors and Italian marble bathrooms.
Located at 345 Avenue of the Americas, the JW Marriott Miami Marquis and the Hotel Beaux Arts are at the center of the new Met Miami entertainment and lifestyle complex, which is close to the Financial District, arts and culture, and American Airlines Arena, and a short drive from South Beach.