Florida boutique renovates suites
The 179-key Mayfair Hotel & Spa in Coconut Grove, Fla., has updated it suites, rooftop deck/pool lounge and spa. “In an effort to return to its former glory, the hotel upgrades highlight the unique ambience and character of the property,” says Saun Lightbourne, the hotel’s executive director of sales/marketing.
The Mayfair’s renovated suites feature wood desks, black leather ergonomic desk chairs and updated bedding, including Euro Sham sets with orange double-striped hotel embroidery and orange bolsters. The hotel’s dining chairs and lounge furniture have also been refurbished.
In the 15,000-sq.-ft. Above Mayfair Pool Lounge, new design details include a floating cabana bar, eight private cabanas and a built-in serpentine bench that wraps around a fire pit. The 4,500-sq.-ft. Jurlique Spa, meantime, has new bedding and lounges.
The hotel, which originally opened as the Mayfair House in 1985, was designed by Miami architect Kenneth Treister. Its new look preserves the building’s original Tiffany stained glass, hand-carved mahogany doors, detailed metal work and Gaudi-inspired façade. Mayfair Hotel & Spa’s Spartico Restaurant by celebrity chef Jonathan Eismann is slated to reopen in October.
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