WorldHotels Adds Eden Roc Miami Beach to Its Elite Collection

Germany, Frankfurt. May 13, 2019

WorldHotels recently added Eden Roc Miami Beach, United States to its Elite Collection. This rarified selection of hotels and resorts represents upper upscale properties recognized for their elevated delivery of service and amenities.

Eden Roc Miami Beach features 415 spacious guest rooms with oversized balconies overlooking the ocean or the skyline of Miami Beach. The hotel boasts three distinct pools, beachfront cabanas and contemporary design. The hotel also features two award-winning on-site restaurants and a spa and fitness center inspired by the beach cosmopolitan lifestyle.

"We are delighted to welcome Eden Roc Miami Beach into the WorldHotels Collection. It's a beautiful hotel which will operate independently within our global network, yet enjoy the substantial resources of an international chain, including our new loyalty program with almost 40 million members," says Geoff Andrew, CEO of WorldHotels. "We understand this partnership is the beginning of a great business relationship and endless opportunities," adds Sergio Rivera, Vice President Sales & Marketing of Eden Roc Miami Beach.

Worldhotels currently offers 300 hotels in 200 destinations and 50 countries worldwide. The addition of Eden Roc Miami Beach is part of the brand's strategy of further expansion in the United States. "We carefully consider how we grow our portfolio. Our development strategy reflects Worldhotels' focus on quality over quantity," explains Geoff Andrew.

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