Miami Beach Opens New Hotels and Restaurants to Kick-start This Summer.

Miami Beach, the awarded destination, welcomes the visitors with newly added experiences this summer.

” It is the Goodtime Hotel to Nossa Omakase. We are so glad to welcome our new hotel and restaurant partners. They help us to uplift the esteem of our city’s luxurious culture and history. From the conservation of art deco treasures to creative cuisine that captures the originality of Miami Beach, these highly-expected commencements will offer a lot more options for our visitors during their stay with us.”, said the Chairman of the Convention Authority (MBVCA), Steve Adkins.

Beginning from this summer, Miami Beach will extend its reputation as a city like no other place in the world. They will connect the travelers to the city via must-stay and must-taste experiences, which will include:

The Goodtime Hotel:

Powered by the star ratings of Pharrell Williams and David Grutman. Also, visitors can experience a celebrity-level vacation getaway at this hotel. Moreover, The Goodtime Hotel features a 30,000 square-foot pool deck with cabanas, luscious greenery, and a luxurious interior like pink land phones. Possibilities are endless with dining, drinks at Strawberry Moon, a cozy library, a recording studio, and many more.

Moxy Miami South Beach:

Moxy Miami South Beach, Comes with an undoubtedly authentic Miami Beach experience. Foor-to-ceiling windows, colorful murals, and bright hues will be absolutely eye candy. Above all, Panoramic views with a rooftop pool, a beach club, six dining and venues to chose from, and the rooftop restaurant, Serena, are must-visits.

The Re-defining of the Ritz-carlton, South Beach:

A $90 million renovation follows it, Especially the 376 room oceanfront Ritz Carlton unveils the city’s vibrant culture and history and takes its glamour and sophistication to the next level. The visitors can enjoy a dip in the swimming pool that overlooks the Atlantic ocean and have a therapeutic spa treatment. Luxury dining at Fuego y Mar, Lapidus Bar, and DiLido Beach Club with be unforgettable for those who visit.

Avo Miami: 

This place is especially for Avacado lovers. They can enjoy 2000 square foot Mediterranean eatery that has Avacado in every dish! The main and must-try dishes include Savory Avacado Salmon Toast, Fettuccine Pasta With Creamy Avacado Basil Sauce, Thyme Grilled Branzino, And Quinoa Tabbouleh and Lemon Parsley Aioli.

Nossa Omakase:

Nossa Omakkase Offers a true luxury dining experience without a doubt. From the arrival, the visitors are escorted through a dark corridor to an awe-inspiring den. Diners can choose from a list of exotic menus, including Lobster Sashimi and Waygu Nigiri, for their 16-18 course dinner. Additionally, Their Executive Chef Max Kamakura has created an incredible menu to have a unique dining experience.


This Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine celebrating the love story of Layla-Majnun will be an extraordinary experience for those who appreciate love stories. The interior setup reflects the moments of their love story, and the menu includes Ras Hanout Hanger Steak, Shawarma Grilled Chicken, and Braised Lamb.

Emergence: The Process of Coming Into:

Located at the heart of Miami, art lovers are going to love this place without a doubt. This is done by The College of Communication, Architecture+ The Arts (CARTA), with the assistance of the Berkowitz Contemporary Foundation. Also, This exhibition features a mix of contemporary art + Art History graduate students and Berkowitz Scholarship applicants.

Ase: Afro Frequencies:

This is an exhibition that radiates the West African culture. The purpose of this exhibition is to Ase and represent the power to produce change. Furthermore, this exhibition promotes historical, cultural, and social aspects of the Black through a genuine perspective of the artist, Vince Fraser.

Travelers are most welcome to experience all the new additions the city has to offer this summer and we are ready to beat the heat with our new destination partners.“, said the Executive Director to MBVCA, Grisette Marcos.