Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach unveils new public spaces and guest rooms

Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach has debuted its new designed spaces and 85 new guest rooms as parts of addition on Washington Avenue. The new wing represents one of the few “new builds’’ on South Beach. Kimpton Angler’s is the third hotel in Kimpton’s Miami portfolio, together with Kimpton EPIC Miami and Surfcomber Hotel.


Kimpton Angler’s guest experience also includes a sixth floor rooftop pool and sundeck; complimentary daily morning cardio program, in-room spa services; and the newly-opened Minnow Bar, which celebrates clear spirits with a rotating array of gins, vodkas, piscos, cachaça and agave spirits infused with fresh local herbs to create original and classic cocktails.

Minnow Bar

Kimpton Angler’s new addition more than doubles its inventory to include a total of 132 guest rooms, with floor plans ranging in size from 400 to 1,000 square feet. The mix of accommodations includes modern and airy studios; two-story lofts wit living area and spiral staircase leading up to a second bedroom level; two-story villas situated amongst lush gardens with their own secluded private entrance; two-story spa villas with two full baths, private patio and Jacuzzi; and the three-story poolside bungalows with private rooftop terrace, outdoor shower and lounge area.

“Together with the genuine customer care and service that have become hallmarks of the Kimpton brand, Kimpton Angler’s refreshed design and sophisticated experience provide the quintessential ‘getaway’ for visitors to Miami – an understated luxury retreat at the center of it all that is brimming with social cache,” said Jacqueline Lejart, general manager of Kimpton Angler’s.

Conceived by San Francisco-based interior designer Nicole Hollis, Kimpton Angler’s contrasts use raw materials, hand-hewn works, and custom-designed pieces to create an aesthetic that is sophisticated yet raw; rough but with polish. Outside, the hotel has an Old-World European look, hidden nooks, and lush gardens, while hints of its’ nautical past (the hotel was a favorite of Ernest Hemingway) remain throughout the property.

Photos: Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach

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