Published on : Nov 28, 2013
Apparently, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurant announced its fourth hotel in downtown Miami – old vamped up in a new one. This hotel is a sheer compliment to the EPIC in Surfcomber Miami, Vero Beach Hotel and Spa, and South Beach in the areas of Miami.
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurant management with the Angler’s Boutique Resort in Miami proves its expansion in the South Florida market is relentless. Originally this resort was constructed in 1931, but later it was reinstated in 2007. The Angler’s Resort now features 48 rooms split amongst four different buildings. The hotel is spaced out and looks distinctively relaxed. Speaking of sophistication, the hotel features a board room, a restaurant, and pool with seven spa suites.
It is announced that the hotel will begin its development on a new tower in 2014. This will add up 83 extra rooms bringing the total figure to 131 rooms and suites, including new rooftop pool and a new living room style lobby.
Angler’s location is eye catching and attractive. The resort brings in a fresh approach of Miami Beach’s historic architecture and the reminiscence of old Florida. Constructed with a complete urban, yet tropical taste, this resort will be flocked for some of these reasons. It is even much closer to some of the greatest beaches in South Beach.
Kimpton’s presence in South Florida is significant. This momentum is further continued as it announced about its new nine projects that includes San Antonio, Sedona, Milwaukee, Austin, Grand Cayman, Pittsburgh, Palm Springs, Savannah, and Seattle.
For Kimpton, today’s savvy South Beach visitors, the ravishing beaches of South Florida and the warm culture have been its most loyal friend. These aspects have remained as the most integral part of Kimpton’s growth history seen over the past five years.
Mike Depatie, the CEO and President of Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants said Kimpton looks forward to continue its growth and success in South Florida. Our strong presence in these areas further makes us popular in the leisure markets entwining our already existing hotels in Aspen, Palm Springs, Scottsdale, Santa Barbara, and Vero Beach. Delving back into the history, Kimpton was managed by the brothers Eric and Marc Lawrence of the LBL Group and the current owners of The Angler’s. LBL Group is popular for its involvement in the asset and development management of hotels and residential properties.
Eric Lawrence, the Principal of LBL Group said, they are extremely gratified to be working with Kimpton as they get the opportunity to take The Angler’s to the next stage with their new technologies and development. According to him this brand has earned plenty of its name and reputation in the South Florida market and does not doubt about its capabilities for reaching greater positioning in the market