The 206 guestrooms and suites of the Nobu Hotel Miami Beach are set within the Eden Roc Miami Beach’s landmark Morris Lapidus tower. All accommodations offer ocean and Intracoastal views with designs that draw upon Japanese architecture and the hotel’s oceanfront location to evoke a contemporary Japanese beach house. Thirty-five luxury suites aim to offer “peace and relaxation” with sleek furnishings and teak accents.
The hotel’s restaurant, Nobu Miami, services Japanese cuisine in its soaring dining room. Guests can also order from a 24-hour in-room dining menu designed specifically for the property.
Guests will soon have access to a private Nobu pool, offering ocean and beach views as well as poolside service and menus. Additionally, Nobu Hotel Miami Beach will feature the first East Coast outpost of Chef Helene Henderson’s Malibu Farm. With a food philosophy of “fresh, organic, local,” Malibu Farm will source produce form area farms and markets.
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