While there is no shortage for resort and boutique hotels on Miami Beach, the city has never had a true hospitality space capable of serving top-tier conventions and meetings. The same is true for the neighboring City of Miami and the rest of the Miami-Dade County area, which is made up of a mix of mid-size banquet halls, hotel ballrooms, and disconnected lodging accommodations.
In building the Miami Beach Convention Center Hotel, Terra seeks to bridge the gap in the market by working with one of the leaders in the global hospitality space - the Grand Hyatt brand. Grand Hyatt is one of Hyatt’s premier luxury brands, accounting for 59 hotels and resorts across 26 countries, with an additional 12 hotels in the construction pipeline. The Grand Hyatt brand caters to discerning global travelers by providing luxurious guestrooms, the finest multicultural cuisine, and state-of-the-art gathering spaces designed to handle events of any size.
The Miami Beach property will be South Florida’s first Grand Hyatt hotel, and only the second in the state of Florida. In addition to serving Convention Center guests, the hotel is also designed to activate the entire community, with its central South Beach location also being ideal for guests of the New World Symphony, concerts and shows at the Fillmore Miami Beach, city-wide events like Art Basel Miami Beach and the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, and leisure travelers who want equally convenient access to the beaches, cultural, and business destinations of South Beach.