Luxury resorts brand Aman announces new hotel in Miami

Luxury resorts brand Aman announces new hotel in Miami, located alongside the popular Faena District

December 9, 2019: The luxury hotel and resort brand Aman has announced a new urban sanctuary: Aman Miami, which will encompass an Aman hotel complete with a collection of branded residences on Miami Beach. The project is expected to welcome its first hotel guests and residents in 2023.

Aman Miami proposed site

Occupying the site of the former Versailles Hotel, the project will span across two buildings at 3425 Collins Avenue, which sits adjacent to the Faena District, a prime four-block stretch of Miami Beach, which has become a revolutionary cultural neighbourhood. Aman Miami will represent Aman’s second urban location in the United States, joining Aman New York, a hotel with branded residences currently under construction in Manhattan’s iconic Crown Building and scheduled to open in Q4 2020. Aman also operates Amangani in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and Amangiri in Canyon Point, Utah.

Vladislav Doronin, Chairman and CEO of Aman said, “Aman Miami will give our guests the opportunity to connect with Aman in a culturally rich urban environment, while also serving as a gateway to Amanera in the Dominican Republic and Amanyara in the Turks & Caicos.”

Like Aman New York, the hotel and its residences will be run by Aman under the leadership of Mr. Doronin, and his real-estate development firm, OKO Group, the sole developer on the project. Having both entities, Aman and OKO Group, under his stable, will enable Vladislav Doronin – an international real-estate developer in the realms of luxury residential, commercial and hospitality properties – to progress cohesively and develop Aman Miami in his true vision.

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