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The Confidante, Unbound Collection by Hyatt

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4041 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
United States
Main: 305-424-1234
Email: Email Hotel
Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 4.0
Opened 1940
Guest Rooms 363
Kings/Suites/Doubles 0 / 30 / 0
Room Rates High $249 - 399 Low $149 - 229
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season


Resort Fee $26
Room Tax 14%
Sales Tax 7%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 2,500ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 10,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 15,000ft²

Airport Proximity

Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport
26 miles (45 km)
Miami International Airport
10 miles (19 km)


Audiovisual capabilities


Two pools
fitness center
and four food and beverage outlets.


Miami Beach Convention Center
Miami Beach Golf Course
Ocean Drive
Bass Museum of Art
Lincoln Road and Bal Harbour shopping
Adrienne Arsht and Gusman Centers for the Performing Arts
American Airlines Arena
Jungle Island
Miami Seaquarium
Sun Life Stadium
Marlins Park
Viscaya Museum & Gardens
Zoo Miami
and Everglades National Park.
Onsite Dining: Capacity
1930s House
Talde Miami Beach
The Backyard

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Breakfast Buffet N/A Cont. N/A
Lunch Buffet N/A Plated N/A
Dinner Buffet N/A Plated N/A
Coffee Break N/A
2-Hour Open Bar N/A
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Capacity Charts
Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
1930s House 274 15.6 x 5.4 3 2,950 52 x 18 9 20 40 50 25 30 25 N/A N/A
Century Lounge 287 14.1 x 9.3 4 3,100 47 x 31 12 59 110 70 122 36 65 N/A N/A
Coral Room 65 N/A N/A 700 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Crown Annex 55 N/A 3 600 N/A 10 N/A N/A 34 N/A 50 N/A N/A N/A
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Property News
Posted November 21, 2014
Thompson’s Highly Anticipated Oceanfront Hotel Raises the Bar on Miami’s Growing Hotel Scene

Miami Beach, Fla. (November 21, 2014) – Thompson Hotels today announces the official opening of its namesake property in the Miami market and the flagship for the brand: Thompson Miami Beach, located at 4041 Collins Avenue. The 380-room upscale beachfront property debuts with a collaborative dream team that blends international appeal and local mindset. Globally revered British interior designer Martin Brudnizki presents a strikingly vibrant bohemian-beach chic concept that reestablishes the ideals of 1950s glamour, housed inside a historic Art Deco tower fully restored by Kobi Karp Architects. With a particular emphasis on local partnerships, Thompson Miami Beach has teamed up with Miami native and James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein to introduce her new restaurant, Seagrape; nightlife impresarios Karim Masri and Nicola Siervo of KNR Hospitality Group to develop experience-driven cocktail venues with menus created by the hotel’s award-winning beverage consultant, Miami’s own Julio Cabrera, 1930s House; Miami’s star landscape architect Raymond Jungles to design lush, tropical landscaping; and Miami designer Ashley Leimer of Dress Noble to create staff uniforms.

“The opening of Thompson Miami Beach signals a major milestone in the growth and development of the Thompson brand,” said Niki Leondakis, CEO, Commune Hotels & Resorts, the international, multi-brand lifestyle hotel company that manages Thompson Hotels. “It is the first project to bear the brand name in the Southeast U.S. and truly showcases what our collection is about: a hotel experience that encapsulates the lifestyle and personality of the local community. Our teams have worked tirelessly to execute a vision we are confident will add a new, refreshing element to this flourishing market.”

“Today is an exciting day for everyone involved in the opening of Thompson Miami Beach,” said Brett Orlando, Area Managing Director, Thompson Miami Beach. “We began this journey many years ago with an idea to create a hotel that would genuinely embrace what this city is about, yet, at the same time, would be relevant to travelers from all around the world. I feel proud of the local partnerships we have established and the top-notch talent in the community we have attracted. Anyone visiting Thompson Miami Beach, whether a local or a visitor, will feel a sense of true authenticity at every corner of the property due to its inspired designs and extraordinary team members.”

The Arrival
The Thompson Miami Beach guest journey begins at the hotel’s sweeping wave-shaped porte cochere. An architectural statement faithful to the mid-century style of the property, the entrance leads to an open reception space that flaunts tropical glamour. The most striking element in the lobby is a stunning chandelier, which boldly showcases thousands of pieces of crystal.

Michelle Bernstein’s Restaurant: Seagrape
Guests will follow a patterned pathway in the lobby’s terrazzo flooring right into Michelle Bernstein’s Seagrape restaurant, a 267-seat Floridian brasserie. Located on the hotel’s main level, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner daily, and 24-hour in-room dining, Seagrape presents an abundance of fresh vegetables simply prepared, creative small plates, a selection of pedigreed, a-la-carte steaks and a rich raw bar. Bernstein has commissioned a handful of local farmers to grow specific products exclusively for her Seagrape menu. In addition to the exquisite cuisine, Seagrape has the glamour of mid-century modern design with light oak tables that feature subtle geometric patterns. Seagrape’s horseshoe-shaped, green marble-clad bar is in the heart of the space and an area for guests to sip expertly crafted cocktails and indulge in the modern retro setting. Furnishings in the cocktail lounge include a mix of vintage pieces from the 1920s through the 1960s.

An al fresco terrace presents an idyllic setting for outdoor dining with views of lush gardens. In the distance, waves crashing against the Atlantic shoreline become part of the Seagrape soundtrack.

Guest Rooms & Suites
Thompson Miami Beach’s 380 ocean front, ocean view and city view guest rooms and its 30 suites, are the perfect blend of beach appointments and mid-century international resort style. All rooms offer sitting areas, 1950s-inspired beds, retro bathrooms crafted with nautical accents, and a vanity space with an oversized mirror and terrazzo top. Included in the hotel’s collection of 30 suites, the signature Thompson Suites have private living rooms, dining areas, and terraces, all furnished with an eclectic assortment of vintage furniture that allows each room to feel distinct. To jazz up the guest room experience, all mini bars are outfitted with “Mix It Up!” cocktail menus featuring recipes for classic libations with a Miami twist, such as the Pomegranate Fizz and Elderflower Paloma, which can be assembled in-room with ingredients found in the mini bars.

The Spa at Thompson Miami Beach & Fitness Center
Located on the 10th floor, Thompson Miami Beach’s indoor/outdoor spa, aptly named The Spa at Thompson Miami Beach, and its fitness center, maximize the Miami sunshine and serene ocean views. Hotel guests and visitors will have access to six open-air treatment cabanas that showcase the hotel’s 1950s colorful aesthetic. The spa’s waiting area offers seating made of colorful fabrics and lush greenery, and feeds onto a separate indoor/outdoor gym and fitness terrace. Registered hotel guests will enjoy complimentary daily fitness classes hosted on the fitness terrace, like Mini Boot Camp, Boxing Explosion, Rise & Shine Yoga and more.

1930s House
Built in the 1930s, originally across the street from Thompson Miami Beach, this historic, freestanding venue was moved to the hotel property in the early 2000s and is set to become a go-to spot for locals seeking avant-garde cocktails, Spanish-inspired small plates and crudos in a residential-like, bustling atmosphere. The Mediterranean-inspired, indoor-outdoor space is a unique hybrid offering the best of both a bar and restaurant. Upon entering, guests will find influences from Spain – orange clay floors, an original limestone fireplace and a hacienda-style bar with early 20th century Havana-style furnishings in a palette of rich reds, blacks, browns and other deep tones. Offering indoor lounge and bar seating, as well as al fresco dining in the garden, the 1930s House is a convivial gathering place. For 1930s House, Bernstein has created an original menu of internationally-influenced crudos, tartares, ceviches and carpaccios, as well as a selection of tapas.

The Pools, Garden & Beach
Two heated pools at Thompson Miami Beach allow for ultimate pool play. Bright umbrellas and six private cabanas, for rent, patterned in red, green, blue, and yellow, make an eye-catching statement for this prime outdoor area. Guests looking for a more exclusive experience can reserve one of three lavish daytime poolside bungalows, offering as little or as much privacy as preferred. The adjacent private beach, just steps away from the hotel, offers full food and beverage service, as well as plush lounge chairs and teal, yellow and salmon colored cabanas and umbrellas.

The Garden, created by Miami’s famed landscape architect Raymond Jungles provides guests with complete privacy with a walled forest of native plants. Stone paving of varying heights offers built-in seating and a textured contrast to the colorful fabrics of the space. The design continues to the hotel’s beach area, where bright retro-inspired sun loungers and umbrellas are available to hotel guests.

Function & Special Event Spaces
Thompson Miami Beach offers an estimated 47,000 square feet of flexible, high-design, multifunctional areas available for meetings and special events. The Vista Lounge is an outdoor event space with a focus on bold colors. Diamond-patterned floor tiles in varying shades create a tropical feel, combined with mid-century American furnishings that create a retro oasis with ocean views. The Tarelton Room features natural daylight and 1,360 square feet of meeting space with built in A/V and soundproof windows. The Tarelton is ideal for meetings, press junkets and breakout sessions.

The Fashion Statement
In keeping with the hotel’s commitment to the local community, Thompson Miami Beach has commissioned Ashley Leimer, founder of Dress Noble, to create the overall fashion statement for Thompson Miami Beach staff. Inspired by timeless elegance, the hotel’s natural surroundings, and old-world charm, the uniform collection represents 60s mod with a modern appeal. A variety of patterns and textures are found throughout the thoughtfully designed uniforms, including chambray/gingham reversible aprons for the servers in Seagrape, and paisley jewel-toned vests constructed with old-world navy satin shawl collars for the bartenders in the 1930s House.

Thompson Miami Beach standard starting rates starting at $179. To reserve, travelers can call 877.793.8519 or visit For details on the latest offers and experiences, guests can follow us on Facebook: /thompsonmiamibeach and Twitter: /thompsonmiami.


About Thompson Miami Beach
About Thompson Miami Beach
Debuted in November 2014, Thompson Miami Beach is an upscale lifestyle oasis that combines the glamour of decades past with the sophistication of modern day. The mid-century-inspired and designed beachfront hotel features 380 guest rooms and suites, and showcases the creative talents of revered British interior designer Martin Brudnizki, and Miami’s famed landscape architect Raymond Jungles. Guests enjoy a Floridian brassiere, Seagrape, which is helmed by James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein, and this fall will savor "Top Chef"