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Pipeline13 December 2018

The Celino Hotel

The Newest Hotel To Open In Miami And Largest Hospitality Development In The History Of Ocean Drive That Is Set To Open In February

132 Rooms

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Following a $110 million transformation of the iconic Park Central hotel, Celino South Beach will debut as a 132-guestroom oceanfront haven and will introduce a reinterpretation of 1940s Miami Beach glamour. Known as the birthplace of the country's first conga line and the '40s hangout for stars like Clark Gable and Humphry Bogart. Celino will be comprised of three original Art Deco buildings plus a new five-story atrium building.

The property will feature:

  • Pools: Rooftop sun deck with glass-bottom pool that reflects aquatic light images on the interior walls of the atrium building and a lush courtyard pool
  • Art: French street artist Mr. Brainwash created a 70-foot-tall mural in the atrium building, illuminated by the natural light from the rooftop glass-bottom pool.
  • In-room: conga line kit with how-to guides, conga drums and Cuban cigars; On the Rocks cocktails; and more
  • Wellness: on-demand beauty services by PRIV; customized bicycles by Republic Bike; signature scent by Doctor Aromas; and 24-hour fitness room
  • Dining: Outlets led by INK Entertainment including Italian and Mediterranean seafood-centric restaurants as well as a seductive indoor/outdoor bar
  • Design: Incorporating elements of Cuban modernism and 1940s Art Deco into its design, Celino South Beach will feature guayabera-inspired uniforms and a full-service butler program.
  • Library: Overlooking the Atlantic boasting hundreds of books on the city and conga line history
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Highgate Hotels, L.P.

Highgate is a premier real estate investment and hospitality management company widely recognized as an innovator in the industry. Highgate is the dominant player in U.S. gateway markets including New York, Boston, Miami, San Francisco and Honolulu.
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