|By Marketwired .||
|May 23, 2014 11:08 AM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/23/14 -- With its cutting-edge art scene, trendy shops, vibrant nightlife, world-famous beaches, and incredible restaurants, Miami is a cultural hub that offers endless activities. Escape to Miami and stay at the Blue Moon Hotel, Autograph Collection, a premier boutique Marriott hotel in Miami Beach.
Located on world-famous Collins Avenue, the hotel is just steps from Miami Beach, and close to the hot hotels, restaurants, and bars of South Beach. Guests can also explore the nearby designer boutiques at Bal Harbour, Sun Life Stadium, American Airlines Arena, the Miami Zoo, Miami Seaquarium, and the Florida Everglades, just a quick jaunt away.
After a long day exploring Miami, guests can unwind at this Art Deco hotel on Collins Ave, which features classic Art Deco architecture, soothing Mediterranean décor, and modern amenities, like complimentary wireless Internet access, flat-screen TVs, and iPod docks in the guest rooms. The 75 stylish guest rooms feature plush bedding, separate living areas, complimentary wireless Internet, flat-screen TVs, and gorgeous views over Miami Beach or Collins Ave.
Guests can enjoy locally influenced American cuisine at FIX, the signature restaurant at this Collins Avenue Marriott hotel or sip on custom cocktails at the Blue Moon Lounge. The hotel also offers regular screenings of black-and-white films from the Art Deco era on the outdoor terrace. There's also a picturesque outdoor pool, which looks perfect in photos of this Miami Beach boutique hotel.
About the Blue Moon Hotel, Autograph Collection®
When travelers arrive at the Blue Moon Hotel, Autograph Collection®, they encounter a serene Miami Beach experience unlike any other. Expansive windows and awnings lend the Art Deco building a gentility rarely found in South Beach, while luxurious interior appointments feel both fresh and modern. Guest rooms, for instance, feature plush bedding and complimentary Wi-Fi. And the hotel's signature restaurant, FIX, leads the dining scene with its locally sourced ingredients and locally influenced American cuisine. Business gets a dose of style via the hotel's 400-square-foot meeting room, and the hotel's location puts visitors within steps of the beach and the city's best shopping, dining and nightlife. Yet the details, from the relaxing spa pool, to the nightly showings of black-and-white films, add a dash of romance that makes this hotel feel at once progressive and historic.
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Elizabeth De Ponce
Director of Sales
Blue Moon, Autograph Collection®
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