The James Royal Palm Open for BookingsPublished on: May 19th, 2012 by SoFlaNights.com
The James is accepting reservations for its newest property, The James Royal Palm in Miami . The online booking engine can be found on the brand’s website: http://www.jameshotels.com/Miami. Opening fall 2012, this exciting addition to the South Beach hotel scene is the reincarnation of the historic and much-beloved Royal Palm Hotel. It joins the existing James portfolio that includes The James Chicago, located steps away from the Miracle Mile; and The James New York, in Manhattan’s trendy Soho neighborhood.
The James Royal Palm will be the brand’s first hotel in Florida, with 179 guest rooms and 211 studios and suites, the majority of which have ocean views. Located just steps away from the beach and world-famous Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue, the hotel will also boast two swimming pools, a chef-driven, signature restaurant, a poolside bar, a lobby lounge, coffee bar, a full-service spa with salt-infused treatments, Lil’ James offerings for children, retail shop and over 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space. One of the restaurants will be CATCH, EMM Group’s flagship dining phenomenon which is coming to Miami for the first time.
Poised to be a top luxury hotel in South Beach, The James Royal Palm will offer personalized comfort, generous complimentary amenities, custom-designed, modern furniture and impeccable service to create an environment that is ideal for both business and leisure travelers. Indicative of The James brand persona, every detail of The James Royal Palm will be meticulously chosen and artistically-inspired, with interiors designed by internationally-recognized interior designer, Lauren Rottet, of Rottet Studio. The overall renovation will be respectful of the original Royal Palm’s history, with several design elements paying homage to the art deco roots of the original hotel as well as the local area. Specifically, the property’s majestic royal palm trees will remain, continuing to play a key role in welcoming hotel guests to the front entry drive, with additional palm trees being added to exterior areas near the pool.