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The Yotel hotel chain is known for its amenities that combine futuristic technology with a certain amount of cuteness. YotelPad Miami, a combo hotel/residential Yotel under construction just introduced its own techy thing: three robot butlers named Lulu.
The forthcoming Triptych Hilton Curio Collection Hotel, planned for the corner of 36th Street and N. Miami Avenue, across the street from Midtown Miami, is breaking ground in the second quarter of next year, according to Francisco Arocha, CEO of HES Group.
Here's a little tidbit that's absolutely over-the-top. Elite Traveler recently ranked the top hotel suites around the world by various metrics, like price, size, views, yada, yada, yada, and one suite in Miami Beach came out near the top for... you guessed it... just how obscenely expensive it is to spend a night there.
The Hall South Beach, a boutique hotel in a cluster of historic art deco buildings that was just completely renovated a couple years ago, has been purchased by Axel Hotels, a mostly European chain of gay-oriented hotels with locations in Berlin, Ibiza, Barcelona, and Madrid. Now called the AxelBeach Miami, although the property is already pretty nice, it is unsurprisingly being renovated again and will reopen later this year.
The Fairwind Hotel, which upon completion will be a collection of restored art deco, postwar modern, and contemporary buildings clustered around an open central court, and which has been in the works for, like, over ten years, is finally nearing completion in South Beach.