Mandarin Oriental, Miami and The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Miami are expected to open in 2030. The hotel will be a part of a larger mixed-use development.
An enticing location
Developed by Swire Properties, which is the joint-venture partner of Mandarin Oriental at the existing Mandarin Oriental, Miami, this new hotel and residences will become a part of One Island Drive development.
The hotel and residences will span two towers connected by an amenity podium. This property will be located on a 3.5-acre waterfront site along the southwest portion of Swire Properties’ 44-acre island development.
James Riley, Group Chief Executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, commented: “I’m thrilled to be continuing our collaboration with Swire Properties, bringing a new level of Mandarin Oriental’s renowned hospitality and luxury to Miami.”
“The new Mandarin Oriental, Miami hotel and residences are set to redefine hospitality and residential living in this vibrant metropolis.”
On completion, this new-build hotel will house 151 guest rooms, including 60 suites, along with 61 private residences and another 28 hotel residences. All accommodation will afford city and ocean views.
Kohn Pederson Fox has been tasked with the exterior architectural design of this property and Parisian designer Laura Gonzales is to come up with the hotel’s interiors. Thai firm Shma will then be responsible for the landscape architecture throughout the property.
Amenities within the hotel will range from a collection of dynamic restaurants and bars to an expansive Spa at Mandarin Oriental and flexible event space.
One tower, adjacent to the hotel, will house the 220 Residences at Mandarin Oriental, which will include two- to four-bedroom residences and two penthouses. The residences will be designed by the Parisian designer Tristan Auer and managed by Mandarin Oriental.