Now Reading
Luxury redefined: Mandarin Oriental Miami opens its doors in 2030

Luxury redefined: Mandarin Oriental Miami opens its doors in 2030

Mandarin Oriental Miami

The Mandarin Oriental, Miami and its associated residences plan to open their doors in 2030, promising to redefine the standard of luxury. This ambitious project, developed by Swire Properties, the joint venture partner already associated with Mandarin Oriental, Miami, will be an integral part of One Island Drive, which consists of two interconnected towers.

Exclusive life on Brickell Key

The project is located on a 3.5-acre waterfront parcel in the southwest portion of Brickell Key, a 44-acre island developed by Swire that enjoys a coveted Miami location. Brickell Key promises an exclusive and safe environment that offers residents and guests an immediate connection to Miami’s vibrant scene.

Mandarin Oriental Miami: luxury accommodations with breathtaking views

The planned hotel will house 151 rooms, including 60 suites, as well as 61 private residences and 28 hotel residences. Each accommodation offers a spectacular view of the sea and the city. Laura Gonzales, a renowned Parisian designer, will be responsible for the hotel’s interior design, while Kohn Pederson Fox will create the exterior architecture.

Fascinating equipment and unique residences

Facilities include innovative restaurants and bars, versatile event spaces and a luxurious spa. A separate tower will house Mandarin Oriental’s 220 residences, consisting of 2-4 bedroom apartments and two exclusive penthouses, all designed by Parisian designer Tristan Auer.

See Also

Miami lifestyle and culture

With its unparalleled array of Art Deco architecture, picturesque beaches and vibrant cultural scene, Miami is the ideal location for this ambitious development. The Wynwood Walls and the Art Deco Historic District in South Beach are just a few of the many cultural highlights available to Brickell Key residents.

Mandarin Oriental Miami

As the award-winning operator of some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has established itself as a globally recognized brand. Despite its growth from Asian origins to an international presence, the group remains true to its Oriental origins by showcasing the group’s heritage, local culture and signature design in each of its 36 hotels and seven residences in 24 countries and territories.

Scroll To Top