Thompson South Beach
Two Roads Hospitality Announces 2020 Opening of Thompson South Beach
Scheduled for 2020 – 150 Rooms
Projected to open in 2020, Thompson South Beach will be conceptualized by famed French architect Rudy Ricciotti, who will design the building in harmony with the surrounding landscape of SoundScape Park featuring a dynamic, undulating exterior. Developed and owned by Miami-based Finvarb Group, the hotel will include 150 generously-sized guestrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, and a rooftop pool, restaurant and bar with breathtaking views of the surrounding city, the New World Symphony's renowned WALLCAST®, and the Atlantic Ocean. The ground-level and rooftop restaurants and bars will appeal to locals and guests alike, featuring seasonally-inspired plates and robust cocktail programs. The property will also boast elevated meeting space for intimate social functions and corporate meetings in the heart of the city.
"Positioned within South Beach's flourishing cultural epicenter overlooking the urban oasis of SoundScape Park, Thompson Hotels is primed for reintroduction into the Miami market," said Jamie Sabatier, CEO of Two Roads Hospitality. "We are thrilled to bring the brand back to such a dynamic destination and look forward to welcoming our guests to the area's thriving arts attractions just outside our doors."
Thompson South Beach will occupy a coveted, central location on the southeast corner of 17th Street and Washington Avenue, adjacent to the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center and newly renovated and expanded Miami Beach Convention Center, and will be in walking distance to the famed Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Theater music venue and Lincoln Road.
"We're excited to pair the world-class Thompson Hotels brand, which aligns so well with the vibrancy of South Beach, with the iconic design of the building and the central location of the site," said Ronny Finvarb, principal of Finvarb Group. "The combination of those factors, plus the food and beverage programming we're considering, will add to the dynamism and character of this great city," said Finvarb.