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Blue Moon Hotel Adds a Dash of Modernism

blueMoonHotelMiami Beach’s Blue Moon Hotel has always prided itself on its unique fusion of providing a holistic retreat with the city’s rich, one of a kind urban vibe, incorporating elements of whimsy, sophistication, and a chic ambiance.  The hotel itself is a combination of the historic Lafayette and Florel Apartment Hotel, which opened in 1934 and 1940, respectively.  The building’s name comes from the song by the late singer and media mogul Merv Griffin.

Recently the Blue Moon Hotel completed its extensive renovation, focusing on updating each and every one of its 75 rooms as well as the lobby, terrace, patio, and the hotel pool.  The improvements are focused on maintaining the hotel’s long history while adding plenty of modern design touches and a “playful” flair.  Some of the additions include new light fixtures and a brand new paint job in the lobby consisting of neutral colors with bursts of green and bright blue.

Ever since it became the Blue Moon Hotel in 1997, the building—now part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection—has been one of the most popular Miami Beach hotels on Collins Avenue.  The veranda is a longtime favorite, where guests can sip on cocktails while surrounded by beautifully lush nature that feels like a private estate.  The lantern lights ensure guests can continue to enjoy the ambiance even when night falls.

This update is being brought to you by Matrix Renovations, one of the leading companies in hotel renovations.  To learn more about their hotel renovation solutions and construction & installation services, contact them at +1-855-6-MATRIX.

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