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Aloft South Beach opens in Miami

Located in Miami Beach, Florida, the adaptive re-use Aloft hotel features 235 rooms. It is the first property of the brand in Florida.

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide announced the opening of Aloft South Beach. Located in Miami Beach, Florida, the adaptive re-use Aloft hotel features 235 rooms. Developed by JMH Development and Madden Real Estate Ventures and managed by Sage Hospitality, Aloft South Beach has transformed the 1960's-era Motel Ankara and includes a new eight-story tower.

Hotel facilities include an outdoor pool, roof deck lounge, 24-hour fitness center and 2,349 square feet of flexible meeting space ideal for both business meetings and social gatherings. Fast and free wi-fi is available throughout the hotel.

Aloft maintains its growth with nearly 100 hotels in 15 countries. On track to open its milestone 100th hotel later this year, the brand boasts the company's second largest pipeline. Fueled by accelerating demand in dynamic markets worldwide, Aloft continues to enter new markets including Munich and Stuttgart, Germany as well as expand its portfolio in Greater China to ten hotels by year's end. Aloft South Beach marks the brand's eighth hotel in Florida.

On January 1, 2015, Starwood Hotels & Resorts was the 7th group worldwide in terms of number of rooms with 346,599 units at 1,207 properties according to MKG Hospitality, consulting firm founded by Georges Panayotis (Read our article).

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