Nobu Miami Beach Soft Opens

Nobu Hotel has arrived at Eden Roc Miami Beach and is currently in its soft-opening phase. The hotel will officially launch in January 2017, following a multi-million dollar renovation and landmark restoration of the 1950’s Morris Lapidus property. The Nobu Hotel delivers the unique chemistry and perfect balance of luxury, fun, craft, and theater set to deliver the ultimate barefoot luxury experience in Miami.

The Nobu Hotel’s oceanfront location offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay set with an experience crafted to deliver a sultry fusion of laid-back luxury, nightlife, exclusive guest room retreats and relaxing spa services. The design palette crafted by David Rockwell draws upon raw, natural forms and layers of materials such as walnut, bronze, washi paper, linen, and leather that create a sumptuous yet contemporary environment.

Nobu Hotel guests will enjoy private check-in and the unique benefit of room service from Nobu’s acclaimed culinary team. An array of luxury suites with multiple bedrooms will be available for guests seeking premium accommodations or stunning venues amongst 70,000 square feet of spaces to host unforgettable events.

The Hotel offers the exclusive Nobu Private pool, preferential reservations at Nobu Restaurant, Nobu signature spa treatments by Espa trained therapists, and an indoor-fitness space featuring the new Artis line from Technogym, and the full array of five-star hotel amenities offered in our very own Nobu way. The Hotel also houses artworks curated for the Hotel by collector Peter Brant from the Brant Foundation Art Study Center that includes pieces from Richard Prince, Julian Schnabel, Rob Pruitt, Nate Lowman, Josh Smith, Enoc Perez, Kenny Sharf, among others.


Nobu Miami Beach is the first East Coast venue for the famed Malibu Farm restaurant. Malibu Farm uses only fresh, organic and local produce, and offers an exclusive in-room dining menu, available only to Nobu Hotel guests.

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