Marriott Opens Aloft Hotel at Miami Int’l Airport
The 125-key property was developed by Grass River Property and is being managed by HEI Hotels and Resorts.
By IvyLee Rosario
Miami—Marriott International Inc. announced the opening of an Aloft hotel at Miami International Airport. The brand’s fourth property in the Miami-area, the Aloft is an adaptive re-use project that transformed the former Pan American Bank Building.
Developed by Grass River Property and managed by HEI Hotels and Resorts, the 125-key hotel features SPG keyless entry, 500 square feet of meeting space, an outdoor Splash pool, a Re:charge fitness center, live local music at the W XYZ bar, as well as third-party dining options including a coffee shop and two restaurants.
The property joins the brand’s list of adaptive re-use projects, which also includes Aloft Orlando Downtown, Aloft Tulsa, Aloft Dallas Downtown, Aloft Detroit at the David Whitney and Aloft Tampa Downtown.
“We are excited to open this adaptive re-use Aloft hotel right next to Miami International Airport as we continue to grow the brand’s portfolio in this dynamic market,” said Toni Stoeckl, vice president of Aloft Hotels, in prepared remarks. “Boasting a portfolio of more than 100 hotels worldwide, Aloft continues to resonate with travelers with its tech-forward atmosphere, leading-edge design and live music at the buzzing W XYZ bar.”
Image courtesy of Aloft Hotels