After a comprehensive renovation and conversion project, Aloft Miami Dadeland is now welcoming guests to experience its 119 renovated guest rooms and new lobby, fitness center, meeting room and W XYZ® Bar, which overflows to an outdoor pool and patio.
Owned by an affiliate of Los Angeles-based Integrated Capital, LLC, Aloft Miami Dadeland, located at 7600 N. Kendall Drive, marks the third Aloft branded hotel in the greater Miami area.
“We’re thrilled to add Aloft Miami Dadeland to our dynamic Miami portfolio of hotels,” said Paige Francis, Vice President, Global Brand Management, Aloft Hotels. “Designed for today’s hyper-connected global traveler, the Aloft brand is experiencing incredible growth movement in vibrant destinations around the world and we look forward to bringing the buzzing social scene and tech-forward innovation of the brand to the heart of Miami.”
Aloft Miami Dadeland offers 383 square feet of meeting space, an outdoor Splash pool, a Re:chargeSM fitness center and Re:fuelSM by Aloft – a one-stop gourmet grab & go food and beverage area. In addition, guests will enjoy live, local music at the brand’s signature W XYZ Bar as part of the popular Live At Aloft Hotels music series. Additionally, the hotel features SPG Keyless – the industry’s first keyless entry system that enables guests to use their smartphone or Apple watch as a room key – and fast and free Wi-Fi throughout the property.
“The Aloft Miami Dadeland is a sophisticated but playful addition to our portfolio,” stated Integrated Capital Partner Daniel Kurz. “The Aloft Miami Dadeland is an excellent example of our successful tradition of taking solid properties and turning them into extraordinary experiences.”
Surrounded by the neighborhoods of Kendall, Pinecrest and Palmetto Bay/Cutler Bay, the new Aloft Miami Dadeland Hotel serves all of South Miami, including the University of Miami, Baptist Hospital and 1.4 million-square-foot Dadeland Mall. The hotel is also convenient to Downtown Dadeland, numerous office and residential properties and the Metrorail, and is just one mile from Florida’s Turnpike and 11 miles from Miami International Airport.