Bromance Still Lives for $7,300 at Avicii’s Pop Up Hotel
The Marlin Hotel in Miami will host the Avicii pop-up hotel from March 15 through March 24. The Hotel’s manager, Alex Giraldo who said that he is a big fan was pleased to allow Avicii, a Swedish DJ, to turn about 16 rooms in the hotel into stylish and luxurious Avicii rooms. Although Giraldo didn’t know the specifics of the transformation, it’s a no-brainer that music will play a part in the change. “It’s an amazing opportunity for the hotel,” Giraldo said. “All parties involved are happy to have the pop up here.”
Avicii’s camp has announced some packages, ranging from three nights to ten nights at this Miami luxury hotel. Prices range from $550 a night, for the three-night, Blessed package to $730 a night for the ten-night Bromance package. All of the packages include an Avicii gift bag, but the Bromance package also includes a gift bag with contents valued up to $1,700. Most of the rooms include extra goodies, like a personal invitation to Avicii’s party, which will be held at an undisclosed location, and two tickets to the Ultra Music Festival. The Bromance package includes VIP passes to the music festival.
Why is the Marlin Hotel so tuned into music? Well, the hotel has its own recording studios, where LL Cool J, Faith Hill, Toni Braxton, Mariah Carey, Cee-Lo Green, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Kanye West, and other equally impressive artists have recorded. You can see the full list on the Marlin’s website.
What more could Avicii do to the room’s at the Marlin? We are not sure, because the rooms already scream luxury. Each room has an IPad so guests have full control — in one place — of the room’s features. The 60-inch LED screen is hidden behind a mirror, and there’s a Tannoy Surround System and Subwoofer in each of the rooms. Free internet, 300-thread-count sheets and custom Frete bathrobes, and in-room books, round out the amenities.
The Marlin Hotel, photo by lumierefl
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