Tag: hotels

Vintage Postcards of Famous & Lesser-Known Miami Beach Hotels

Miami Beach, a city of hotels, is often known for its most famous establishments of yesterday and today: places like the Fontainebleau, the Eden Roc, and the Delano. But there are scores of lesser-known hotels that have come and gone and often show different, more surprising sides to the beach. A catalog of hotel postcards from the University of Miami Libraries shows some of the big famous hotels, but even more smaller establishments that have been almost forgotten over the years. Check them out, this way.

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Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach Opening Pushed Back to Late January 2020

Back in September, we reported that the Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach would open in late 2019. Well, guess what? 2019 has practically come and gone, and although construction at the hotel is on the home stretch, it still hasn’t opened. The latest word from the hotel’s publicist is that a tentative January 27th opening date has been set.

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Downtown West Palm Beach’s Only Waterfront Hotel is Opening in February 2020

West Palm Beach is getting a new design-y hotel called the Ben West Palm, slated for opening on February 13th 2020, the day before Valentine’s day. The 208 room hotel appears to be inspired by early Floridian history, with an interior design that evokes adventure and tropical escapism. While the public spaces are richly decorated, the guest room interiors will be light and airy, with cream-colored fabrics, leather headboards, and copper fixtures.

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New Kimpton South Beach Hotel Says It’s Opening This Year As Construction Continues

Officially called “Kimpton Hotel Palomar South Beach,” the new hotel on the corner of Alton Road and the Collins Canal, overlooking Dade Boulevard in Miami Beach, has announced they are opening “late 2019” as construction workers hustle to finish the job. The hotel is hedging its bets, however, and only taking reservations for April 2020 and later.

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