Charm. Luxury. Opulence. Eccentric. Just a few of the words one could use to describe the new hotel opened in Miami Beach by acclaimed Argentinian hotelier, Alan Faena. He remodeled the famed Saxony, which was an iconic landmark built in 1947 and one of the first luxury hotels in Miami. Situated on the six block waterfront property known as the “Faena District”, the Faena Hotel Miami Beach has definitely made a mark for itself since its opening, and the buzz around this property doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon.
What makes this hotel unique is that one can feel the personality of its design in every space. Listed as a Historical Landmark of Miami, there is old-world charm from its gilded chandeliers and columns to its lush red accent furniture. No expense was spared in making this an experience as much as it is a hotel. Faena’s design truly turns the ordinary into the extraordinary, allowing guests to experience the all-star treatment, even when just relaxing in the lobby or grabbing a beverage at the bar. Details are what have made the Faena name a world-class contender in the luxury arena, and the Miami Beach property is a testament to this fact.
Faena Hotel Miami Beach’s one-of-a-kind meeting spaces offers personalized service in beautifully curated spaces that inspire conversation and innovation. The European opera house — inspired Faena Theater offers a grand setting to host live performances, elegant receptions and special events, while the 22-seat private dining in the La Cava, with its outstanding collection of world-class wines, is the ideal setting for more intimate affairs. With a veritable menu of options for your guests to explore while on property, everyone feels welcomed during their stay. With 11 suites and 58 guest rooms, this property offers guests the chance to feel like a true VIP, with oceanfront views and a taste of the good life. After a long day of meetings and events, your guests may like to relax at the Tierra Santa Healing House spa, or eat at one of the restaurants that host award-winning chefs, including an open Fire Kitchen from Argentine chef Francis Mallmann and modern Asian cuisine from Chef Paul Qui. And for entertainment, the on-site theater seats 150 guests for a cabaret-style show with nightly live performances.
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