Hotelier Ian Schrager’s latest undertaking, a renovation of the landmark 1955 Seville Hotel by architect Melvin Grossman, embraces the city’s changing cultural landscape with a focus on breakthrough art, multidimensional nightlife and haute cuisine. Luring locals and travelers is the glamorous Matador Room, serving Michelin-star-chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s modern interpretation of traditional Latin fare, and the sexy entertainment hub Basement, an adult playground evocative of Schrager’s Studio 54 where bowling, ice-skating and arcade games and dance parties come together under one (low-slung) roof. The Forum further breaks from the hotel convention, reimagining the traditional meeting space, hosting year-round gallery openings and installations among other offerings, while the lobby’s white marble floors and polished, white pearl Venetian plaster walls serve as a nod to the original property’s mid-century influence and “Miami Modern” architecture.
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2901 Collins Ave
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