Le Méridien Hotels and Resorts Makes A Splash In South Florida

Le Méridien Hotels and Resorts Makes A Splash In South Florida

Le Méridien Hotels and Resorts, some portion of Marriott International, Inc., alongside national land engineer Charles S. Cohen today declare the opening of Le Méridien Dania Beach at Fort Lauderdale Airport. Submitting general direction to the brand's mid-century structure tasteful, the through and through change of the property enlivens Le Méridien's particular French legacy and the charm of the Côte d'Azur to South Florida. 

"With a nostalgic gesture to the marvelousness of the French Riviera during the 1960s, Le Méridien moves voyagers to investigate the world in style, appreciate easy street and appreciate encounters that offer something undiscovered greatness under the surface the eye," said George Fleck,

 Vice President of Global Brand Marketing and Management. "The presentation of this inn is a piece of the brand's critical development technique and further fortifies our image's responsibility to guaranteeing that visitors experience goals around the world through the perspective of its European soul" 

Found just strides from the city's popular The Design Center of the Americas, the 12-story lodging, planned by David Ashen of run configuration, highlights 245 keenly structured visitor rooms and suites. All through the outside and inside of the lodging visitors will discover references to the sky and ocean with configuration subtleties,

 for example, a great oculus in the hall that outlines the sky to give proper respect the captivating time of air travel,
 permitting visitors to stargaze and see planes disregarding. The guestrooms are negligible and current in structure with contacts of blue and dark to mirror the goal,

 highlights hand crafted headboards with mappings of the city decorated into the wood facade, and neighborhood photography caught by Elizabeth Gill Lui that commends the different engineering and condition of Fort Lauderdale. 

"It was a genuine delight for us to band together with land designer Charles Cohen and Le Méridien Hotels and Resorts," says David Ashen, the author of run structure, the inside plan and brand counseling firm for Le Méridien. 

"The structure we made bolstered the principles of Le Méridien brand just as the way of life that is symbolic for South Florida, both for its inhabitants and guests. Everything about idea out: structure, work, just as magnificence. The idea sets a standard that we are glad to have contributed." 

Visitors will have the chance to enjoy five culinary outlets all through the lodging including the brands signature Latitude/Longitude Bar serving light admission at Le Méridien Hub and Cabana,

 just as Toro Latin Kitchen, presenting a South American menu, La Bibloteca de Tequila which is a selective tequila bar and parlor, Constellation Café serving every day French passage, and the inn's open air bar offering Caribbean-style toll poolside. 

For gatherings and occasions, the inn offers 25,000 square feet of best in class adaptable gathering space inside a prime area,

 in the focal point of South Florida. Strategically placed minutes from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Fort Lauderdale Everglades Cruise Port, the new lodging additionally neighbors Las Olas Boulevard, downtown Fort Lauderdale and the developing Dania Pointe. 

Le Méridien Dania Beach at Fort Lauderdale Airport will likewise offer visitors a sensorial situation through the brand's mark aroma, which was created with MALIN+GOETZ. Apropos named LM002 for plane tail numbers, the charming fragrance will be included in the open spaces, for what it's worth at all of Le Méridien'

s properties internationally. Honoring its French roots, the brand additionally has a mark soundtrack that will fill the Hub and open spaces, curated by French Bossa Nova band Nouvelle Vague. 

"Having the option to bring the Le Méridien brand to South Florida has been an energizing endeavor," 

said Mr. Charles Cohen, designer and proprietor of Le Méridien Dania Beach at Fort Lauderdale. "We've curated a group of regarded experts to breath life into the brand's French style while giving proper respect to the oceanic soul of Fort Lauderdale.

 The lodging's plan driven intrigue remains at the front line – a visual story perfectly told by David Ashen with run structure, and the Pentagram group – and will be supplemented by raised feasting encounters, inventive gatherings and occasion spaces, and unmatched assistance." 

Likewise, Le Méridien Dania Beach at Fort Lauderdale Airport will offer visitors an assortment of conveniences including a mark Club Lounge with perspectives on Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, a completely prepared cutting edge 1,200-square-foot Fitness Center and Yoga Room, a 82-foot zero-section pool and an outside patio called the "Water Club."

 The Hub will serve exclusively fermented, barista-created espresso refreshments as a major aspect of the brand's joint effort with illly espresso for visitors to taste and relish.