Hotel Greystone is SALT Hotels’ latest Miami Beach project, an oasis intrinsically characterized by Miami’s historical Art Deco architecture.
Recently opened by SALT Hotels, Hotel Greystone positions itself as a calming destination amidst the historical, awe-inspiring Art Deco buildings peppered throughout South Beach. The 54,000 square foot project adds 91 rooms to Miami’s bustling hotel scene, conveniently located off of Collins Park, encouraging guests to partake in the dynamic communities native to Miami.
Kevin O’Shea, Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of SALT Hotels, and David Bowd, Principal Founder and CEO of SALT Hotels, led the $65 million USD renovation project, capturing the eclectic colors, textures, and music of Miami as a window into the South Beach experience. The property’s signature restaurant, Sérêvène, treats guests to fusion cuisine realized by Executive Chef Pawan Pinisetti, effortlessly marrying Japanese and French offerings during brunch and late-night services.
Glamorous by default, the hotel is fully-realized in a soft pastel colorstory furnished with contemporary decor with textural, warm accents. Characterized by hard-edged lines and geometric structures, Hotel Greystone enshrines the original architecture designed by Henry Hohauser in 1939. Bowd describes the hotel atmosphere as refreshing and welcoming, and this ethos extends into the white-glove service and amenities provided to guests: a rooftop pool, shaded courtyard, various penthouse suites for private events, and a speakeasy lounge located underground in the hotel’s basement.
Learn more about the historical building by visiting Greystone’s home website.
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