Published on : Thursday, July 20, 2017
Autograph Collection Hotels has a miscellaneous and assorted compilation of art works of more than one hundred independent hotels around the world that bring vision, design and crafts. It is situated on the 38th-40th floors and it is one of the city’s most recognised skyscrapers. The 44-room boutique hotel, Hotel Beaux Arts creates a cherished and residential experience high above downtown Miami. It delivers the promise of the brand of being exactly like nothing else.
Downtown’s Hotel Beaux Arts has an exceptional design, stunning contemporary art and truly personalised service. The authorities are delighted to welcome the global guests to the latest addition to the expanding portfolio. It was said by Brian Povinelli, Senior Vice President and Global Brand Leader of Autograph Collection Hotels.
Hotel Beaux Arts is a hidden gem above the hustle and bustle of the city. It offers guests with the familiarity of a private residence with an art-inspired focus. The boutique hotel joined with a local art gallery, Artscape Lab, to supply modern sculpture and fine arts throughout the hotel, which rotates periodically. All these arts are curated to balance the interior design of this boutique hotel. The opening exhibition of the hotel is highlighted with sculptures from the internationally renowned artist, John Henry.
John Henry has produced many monumental and large-scaled works of art for museums, cities and public institutions across the United States, Europe, and Asia. The sculptural work of Henry is designed, engineered, fabricated, and erected in his studio in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Most of the guestroom and suite features collections of art books, custom-designed décor elements and floor to ceiling windows views of Biscayne Bay or Downtown Miami. Hotel Beaux Arts has paid heightened attention to detail and personalised service. It offers the guests with a personal janitor, dedicated to their entire stay.
Hotel Beaux Arts is located at 255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, blocks from the new Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, the American Airlines Arena, the Adrienne Arsht Centre for the Performing Arts, and Brickell City Centre. It is some minutes from the Design District, Wynwood, Midtown, South Beach and the Port of Miami.