Following its acquisition by Z Capital Partners, the Carillon Miami Beach revitalized it’s amenities to reveal a new luxury branded accommodation. The hotel’s metamorphosis will help the hotel fit into upcoming, modern, and upscale North Miami Beach scene, soon to be known as commonly as NoBe, according to a report released on November 23, 2015.
The Carillon Miami Beach, opened in 1958 as the Carillon Hotel. The hotel, a landmark in Miami, has 150 suites. To update the hotel, a new restaurant, Thyme has been launched. Thyme is an American restaurant with seasonal offerings. The restaurant is led by Chef Fritz Zwahlen.
The Carillon Miami Beach’s spa, Cue is immense at 70,000 feet, and the spa has upped the ante with a partnership with the luxury brand, Clarins. Clarins products will be integrated in the list of Cue’s treatment services and newly created treatments made possible with Clarins products.
Furthermore, the hotel’s medical staff has an Executive Health Package which includes a laundry list of medical examinations including, but certainly not limited to, iron levels, a thyroid panel, blood chemistry, etc. The Executive Health program provides guests with ample consultation time with an EHP doctor and a healthy lifestyle consultation with a life management therapist.
Guests at the Carillon are invited to participate in the Concierge Program. They will get a personal concierge who will help them with their itineraries during their stay. There is also a Carillon membership club available. The fee-based club includes discounted concierge services, spa services, personal training, cabanas, workshops in the Health and Wellness center and special amenities near the beach.
The hotel has updated cardiovascular gym equipment and a more luxurious selection in the Carillon’s boutique. There will be major changes in 2016, however, when a $25 million renovation is completed at the Carillon.