Le Méridien Dania Seaside at Fort Lauderdale Airport has opened.
Taking cues from the model’s mid-century design aesthetic, the top-to-bottom conversion of the property brings to life Le Méridien’s distinctive French heritage.
“With a nostalgic nod to the glamour of the French Riviera within the 1960s, Le Méridien evokes travellers to discover the world in model, savour the nice life and revel in experiences that supply one thing greater than meets the attention,” mentioned George Fleck, vp of worldwide model advertising and marketing and administration, Le Méridien Lodges & Resorts.
“The debut of this resort is a part of the model’s vital progress technique and additional reinforces our model’s dedication to making sure that visitors expertise locations across the globe via the lens of its European spirit”
Positioned simply steps from the town’s famed the Design Centre of the Americas, the 12-story resort, designed by David Ashen of sprint design, options 245 thoughtfully designed visitor rooms and suites.
All through the outside and inside of the resort visitors will discover references to the sky and sea with design particulars reminiscent of a grand oculus within the foyer that frames the sky to pay homage the glamorous period of air journey, permitting visitors to stargaze and think about planes passing over.
The guestrooms are minimal and trendy in design with touches of blue and gray to replicate the vacation spot, options custom-made headboards with mappings of the town inlaid into the wooden veneer, and native images captured by Elizabeth Gill Lui that celebrates the varied structure and atmosphere of Fort Lauderdale.
“Having the ability to convey the Le Méridien model to South Florida has been an thrilling enterprise,” mentioned Charles Cohen, developer and proprietor of Le Méridien Dania Seaside at Fort Lauderdale.
“We’ve curated a staff of esteemed professionals to convey the model’s French aptitude to life whereas paying homage to the maritime spirit of Fort Lauderdale.
“The resort’s design-centric attraction stands on the forefront – a visible story superbly informed by David Ashen with sprint design, and the Pentagram staff – and will probably be complemented by elevated eating experiences, progressive conferences and occasion areas, and unrivalled service.”