Renamed Mayfair House Hotel & Garden, the iconic Miami property in Coconut Grove has undergone a major US$50 million renovation.
Enjoy the style and tranquility of the luxurious Mayfair Hotel in Coconut Grove. After a two-year extended renovation of US$50 million (INR 3,99,17,75,000), Miami’s Mayfair Hotel & Resort is reborn as a lush oasis that honors the illustrious past of the iconic property and promises its glorious future.
The luxury property is located at 3000 Florida Avenue in the city’s historic Coconut Grove neighborhood and has now been renamed Mayfair House Hotel & Garden. The hotel was originally designed by famed Florida artist and architect Kenneth Trester in 1985. Completely transformed by New York interior design studio Goodrich, the Mayfair Hotel has now officially reopened with elegantly redesigned suites, two new dining restaurants, and a selection of artworks. . It reflects the artistic atmosphere of the region.
According to Matt Goodrich, prinicpal at Goodrich, great details from the past have been carefully preserved and celebrated in the design, while new layers have been added to appeal to the modern traveler. Therefore, you can find some original features, such as the richly decorated 35-year-old wooden door and distinctive Treister arches. A fountain in a sun-soaked courtyard has been transformed into a lush and gorgeous sitting space featuring a bold color palette, the latest furniture and the Fountain Bar.
The idea behind the remodeling of the guest rooms was to make the guests feel as if they had arrived in their very own residence with separate terraces, walled gardens and outdoor showers. The interior is accentuated by carved wood headboards, bathtubs, and custom furniture. “The garden spaces and outdoor walkways are filled with dense greenery and abundant sunlight, while the guestroom interiors provide a deeper, saturated respite, like stepping into cool shade,” Goodrich said.
The signature Mayfair Grill now serves wood-fired Sonoran cuisine, with a menu featuring fresh local produce and grilled dishes with flavors rooted in Arizona, Southern California and New Mexico. Sipsip, a Calypso-style rooftop pool bar, honors the neighborhood’s Caribbean heritage with live music and a variety of rum and agave-based cocktails.
Art is at the heart of the redesigned Mayfair House Hotel & Garden. Think unique glass pieces by artist Jane Richardson-Mack and a stunning hand-painted mural by Bahamian artist Angelica Wallace-Whitfield on the roof. All event spaces are located on the same floor of the hotel for ease of movement between venues, and flexible floor plans provide a variety of options for every way you want to meet, celebrate or mingle.
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