Mandarin Oriental is growing its presence in Miami with the ultra-luxury hotelier signing an agreement to manage a new Mandarin Oriental hotel and branded residences in Brickell Key.
The new Mandarin Oriental, Miami and The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Miami have been flagged to launch in 2030. The project is being developed by Swire Properties, Mandarin Oriental’s joint-venture partner at the existing Mandarin Oriental, Miami that opened in 2000, and will form part of the One Island Drive development, consisting of two towers connected by an amenity podium.
The waterfront site along the southwest portion of Brickell Key, a 44-acre island developed by Swire, the project will enjoy a prime location in Miami.
The new-build hotel will feature 151 guestrooms including 60 suites, as well as 61 private Residences and 28 hotel Residences, all enjoying ocean and city views.
Adjacent to the hotel, a stand-alone tower will house 220 Residences at Mandarin Oriental, comprising 2-4 bedroom residences and two exclusive penthouses.
James Riley, Group Chief Executive of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, expressed his excitement about the project, saying, “I’m thrilled to be continuing our collaboration with Swire Properties, bringing a new level of Mandarin Oriental’s renowned hospitality and luxury to Miami. The new Mandarin Oriental, Miami hotel and residences are set to redefine hospitality and residential living in this vibrant metropolis.”