IHG has confirmed that construction of the the
first Atwell Suites hotel has commenced in Miami, USA.
Expected to open by summer 2021, the first
Atwell Suites will be a 90-room hotel located in Brickell, an
urban neighborhood home to Miami and South Florida’s financial
district, as well as many foreign consulates.
The hotel is part of a new high-rise, mixed-use
property which will also include a new 140-room Hotel Indigo Miami Brickell.
The property is owned by Francisco Arocha, Pedro F.
Villar, Albert Ovadia and Sunview Companies.
Albert Ovadia from Sunview
Companies, said, “We’re thrilled be the first to announce an
Atwell Suites branded property anywhere in the world. We know the
unique design of the Atwell Suites brand will appeal to travelers
exploring the Brickell neighborhood, which is one of most lively
and popular parts of Miami. This new hotel is destined to be a
destination due to its location in the heart of the action,
convenience for international travelers to the various consulates
and business, as well as proximity to the world class shopping and
restaurants Brickell offers.”
is IHG’s newest brand, introduced in 2019 as a design-led, all-suites hotel brand optimized for longer stays of up
to six nights. The brand has been well received by owners with 20
properties now under planning and development, across the U.S., in
vibrant markets such as Austin, Texas; Charlotte, North Carolina;
Denver; and Phoenix. Construction is expected to begin on
additional Atwell Suites properties in the coming months.
Karen Gilbride, Vice President, avid hotels and Atwell Suites,
IHG, said, “We created Atwell Suites as a result of
continuous collaboration and dialogue with an enthusiastic
advisory board comprised of IHG owners to offer travelers
something truly different in the upper-midscale space. The
all-suites segment is fast growing and remains very resilient with
strong owner interest throughout 2020. We congratulate Sunview
Companies, and our other owners who have been among the first to
sign on to develop an Atwell Suites hotel. We’re excited to
continue the momentum of this brand and look forward to welcoming
our first guests next year.”
Suites at Atwell properties will feature distinct zones for living and sleeping; a
wet bar with undercounter refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker and
bar sink; a work area with a high-top desk; a pull-out sofa; an
oversized vanity in the bathroom; and a two-sided closet that can
be easily accessed from both the guestroom and the bathroom.
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