Greystone Miami Beach opens this January. This historic 1930’s boutique hotel has undergone a complete renovation featuring a blend of beachy boho-chic vibes with city glam influences, while bringing back to life its iconic Art Deco facade as it is a product of combining the historic 1920 Collins Avenue corner property with the adjacent building.
The hotel boasts a total of 91 guest rooms from boutique style historic accommodations to suites with a private deck and hot tub. Guestrooms are equipped with the latest innovative technology, as guests can easily unlock their rooms, check in or out of the hotel, order towels, room service or food poolside, access event listings, contact valet or concierge, get restaurant information, and make dining reservations all through the property’s smart phone app. The 54,000 sq.-ft., adult-only hotel is eco-conscious, as well as pet friendly.
“We’ve developed the Greystone to give our guests uniquely personalized attention while offering compelling concepts that create depth to the overall experience,” says James Vosotas, CEO of VOS Hospitality in press materials. “The property was purposefully designed with Miami’s local artistic community in mind and has at least one venue activated almost 24 hours a day whether it be at the rooftop pool during the day, dinner at our restaurant or late night in the basement lounge.”
The property features a wide range of distinct culinary venues helmed by celebrated chef Pawan Pinisetti, and late night venues with inventive mixology F&B concepts led by Sebastian Dumont. Sérêvène,the property’s signature restaurant, showcases the best of French Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine styles. Its offerings fuse the best of both cultures with an eclectic menu fueled by the freshest, locally sourced and organic ingredients featuring a tableside carving of suckling pig, a rotisserie-prepared take on chicken teriyaki (carved tableside), and avocado wrapped crab rolls. Sérêvène will be open daily for brunch, Tipsy Tea (a boozy, yet polished spinoff of the standard High Tea experience), and dinner with late-night service.
UISCE at Sérêvène (an old Celtic word for whisky, meaning “waterof life”), is more than just a lounge, curating craft cocktails. Open daily from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m, the venue will also feature an exceptional brunch and dinner menu.
KOBO will serve fast-casual gourmet offerings, tucked away in an upscale, verdant courtyard. With a menu consisting of Japanese-inspired “sandos,” or Japanese crafted sandwiches, guests enjoy everything from the Steak Miso Soy and Red Wine Reduction Sando to the Foie Gras with Caramelized Eel Sando.Sip on a KOBO Cocktail, nitro-brew coffee, or smoothie. Here, guests can unwind and dine in the courtyard or stop by for late night indulgences.
Golden Gator is an underground champagne lounge tucked beneath the Greystone. Its hidden cocktails, absinthe drippers and comprehensive bar program pays homage to a time long since passed. Open Wednesday through Sunday from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., the venue will also serve lavish menu items such as Caviar Push Pops and Foie Gras & Pop Rocks Lollipops, and will offer an extensive champagne menu alongside cocktails and nighty entertainment.
The Rooftop at Greystone will offer artfully curated bites, cocktails, music and entertainment.
Centrally located, Greystone Miami Beach is walking distance to the Miami Beach Convention center, shopping on Lincoln Road, beaches, dining, and nightlife venues. Starting room rates in low season begin at $219 per night, and $379 per night during high season.
For more information, please visit greystonemiamibeach.com.