Robert DeNiro, Chef Nobu and Meir Teper Bring Back the Eden Roc to Miami Beach
- Dec 15, 2014
Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach is set to open its gates to the public in the second half of next year according to a recent announcement released by Nobu Hotels and Eden Roc Miami Beach. Academy award-winner Robert DeNiro, Hollywood producer Meir Teper and Chef Nobu Matsuhisa are the owners and brand visionaries behind the project that aims to revitalize and re-launch the Eden Roc name and property.
The 210-room Miami Beach oceanfront property is the second U.S. hotel under the Nobu Hospitality brand and just like the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, it will operate along the same guidelines as any Nobu restaurant: a balance of luxury, fun, craft and theater – the initiators claim. The complex will feature a hotel within a hotel concept encompassing the largest Nobu Restaurant and Bar Lounge in the world, 20,000 square feet of spa and fitness facilities, over 70,000 square feet of completely revamped meeting and event space as well as two luxurious pools. Apart from the state-of-the-art restaurant, the property will feature an additional new beach front restaurant concept, new banquet and catering menus and unique in-room dining offerings.
The Rockwell Group’s David Rockwell is in charge of interior design. He intends to use a blend of lush natural materials and contemporary style incorporating a few visual touches inspired by both the beach location and Japanes culture, while also preserving the classic Eden Roc’s Morris Lapidus ethos.
Photo credits: Nobu Hospitality