Globaltex Fine Linens CEO Ramazan Patak Shares His Haute Guide To Miami

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Ramazan PatakospitalPhoto Credit: Globaltex Fine Linens

Ramazan Patak serves as the President and CEO of Globaltex Fine Linens, a luxury linen company that specializes in meeting the needs of hotels, resorts, cruise lines and residences. The company produces bed linens, towels, pool towels, pool chair covers, bath robes, curtains, terry bags, throw blankets and more.

He started his business in Fort Lauderdale’s Oakland Park. After years of success in that location, Patak expanded the business in December 2016 and moved to Miami where he opened a showroom and warehouse in Miami’s Little River District. The move was strategic so that Patak could be more readily accessible to his numerous clients in the hospitality industry.

With a motto not to postpone anything in life, Patak says, “Don’t delay anything, do it now and do it today because tomorrow is never promised.” He added, “No matter how difficult things get, don’t give up on your dreams and remember to keep those dreams realistic.” And this motto is clearly working well for the businessman as he was chosen in May 2018 as one of the Top 20 under 40 Professionals in Miami.

Here, the executive chats with Haute Living and shares his haute secrets to Miami with us.

Where were you born: A small town in the south of Turkey called Ceyhan.

How long have you been in Miami: Since April, 2008

Neighborhood: Downtown Miami      

Occupation: President and CEO of Globaltex Fine Linens.

Favorite Restaurant: Babylon Miami Beach.

Best Sushi: Pubbelly Sushi

Best Italian: Prime 112

Best dessert: Key Lime Pie – Love it!

Best place for a romantic date: Rooftop of the 1 Hotel in South Beach at sunset.

Best Sunday brunch: Ritz-Carlton – Key Biscayne

Best place for a power business meeting: Royal Palm South Beach

If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend? Atton Hotel in Brickell

Favorite shopping venue/boutique: Dadeland Mall

Favorite place to buy jewelry/watches: Aventura Mall

Best Spa: Delano South Beach

Favorite Charity Event: Big Brothers and Sisters of America

Favorite Cultural Event: Art Basel

Favorite Cultural Institution: Pérez Art Museum Miami

Best Steakhouse: Red, The Steakhouse

Best Pizza: Andiamo Pizza

Best Lunch: Skorpios Restaurant in Midtown

Best Gym/Athletic Facility: Fight Club – Downtown

Best Massage: Asian Massage

Best Limousine/Driving Service: Zaza Transportation Services

Best Museum/Exhibit: Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science

 Describe your city in three words: Sunny, energetic and happy.

Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore: Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

All-around favorite spot in Miami: Ritz-Carlton – Key Biscayne

Best Aspect of Miami: Its tropical ambiance.

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