You may be familiar with Menin Hospitality due to its incredible lineup of hotels, restaurants and nightlife venues such as the Sanctuary in South Beach, Bodega Taqueria y Tequila and Drumbar. Menin Hospitality just got even hauter with the addition of Mondrian South Beach, one of Miami Beach’s only bay front hotel destinations.
The company announced the newest addition to its collection of venues on Monday, June 13th. Mondrian South Beach joins the hotel portfolio that currently includes Gale, Kaskades, Bentley and Sanctuary in South Beach and Raffaello Chicago.
In a statement, Haute 100 lister Keith Menin said, “Menin Hospitality is committed to maintaining and upholding the brand standards set by Morgans Hotel Group and its Mondrian brand, and will continue to work with the Morgans team to create memorable guest experiences.”
Jared Galbut, Principal of Menin Hospitality, added, “Over the next twelve months we’ll update and refresh the property with improved event and group spaces, a new dining concept while maintaining the high quality of the current room product. We are excited to introduce property refinements and updates over the next several years.”
For those of you unfamiliar with Mondrian South Beach, the hotel residences are built on a prime waterfront location with views of the bay, ocean and downtown. The property boasts 335 studios, one and two-bedroom apartments and penthouses. Facilities include agua, a spa featuring wet and dry treatment rooms, a state-of-the-art gym, a world-class restaurant, a dynamic indoor-outdoor lounge, chic event spaces and a private marina and dock.
Hotel bookings now accepted at Mondriansouthbeach.com and MeninHospitality.com.
Menin Hospitality includes 15 unique hotel, restaurants and nightlife venues. The Menin restaurant and nightlife portfolio includes Bodega Taquería Y Tequila, Red Ginger, Pizza Bar and Bakehouse, a French brasserie concept opening later this month. The company has ten additional nightlife, hotel, and restaurant concepts scheduled to open within the next three years.
Featured photo via Mondrian South Beach