Newly designed InterContinental Miami opens up with a 19-story digital canvas

The newly renovated InterContinental Miami is set in the heart of downtown Miami’s thriving financial and business district. The renovations were unveiled to fall in line with Art Basel Miami Beach. The $30 million renovations include executive suites, presidential suites and the club lounge designed by tennis superstar Venus Williams’ firm Vstarr Interiors. The hotel offers a breathtaking view of Biscayne Bay and has become a landmark of the Miami skyline with their dramatic 34 storey marble exterior and a soaring atrium lobby. The 641 rooms are divided into the luxury guest rooms, which provide you with all the amenities needed to make your trip to Miami a comfortable one. The club level rooms give you the additional advantages of complimentary services and amenities, Hors d’Oeuvres in the evening, high speed internet and health club privileges. The 34 suites are divided into Executive Suites, Inter continental Suites and the Presidential Suites, all of which have been renovated by Vstarr.

The heated outdoor pool and Sundeck overlooking Biscayne Bay allow you the opportunity to soak up that famous Miami heat. Unwind from the bustle of downtown Miami with mySpa where expert staff will help you unwind with calming and personalized treatments that cater specifically to your needs. Indulge in Miami’s best massages and aromatherapy at mySpa. The hotel also offers a special personalized Red Carpets moments package to pamper yourself.

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With a over a 100,000 square feet of elegant indoor and lush outdoor function space, plus three ballrooms, 33 meeting rooms, three restaurants, a cocktail lounge, high speed internet and a state of the art fitness centre the InterContinental Miami is truly equipped to fulfill all your trip needs be it business or pleasure.

During Art Basel Miami, the Intercontinental marked itself as a Miami landmark with their LED display which was a part of a multi-million dollar renovation at the hotel. The hotels’s east and west facades projected digital images and animations via a 19-story “digital canvas” featuring thousands of LEDs.