The Palms Hotel & Spa Re-Opens in Time for a Zenful Summer

Award-Winning Miami Beach Hotel Offers Nature-Inspired Respite

USA, Miami Beach, Florida. July 01, 2020

Inspired-by-nature, The Palms Hotel & Spa reopens July 1 with re-imagined wellness offerings, favorites from Essensia's natural gourmet menus, multi-level health and sanitation plan and special savings for summer travel.

Surrounded by swaying palms and lush tropical gardens, the 251-room beachfront hotel is primed to offer a tranquil and serene escape while resuming operation of overnight accommodations, its private pool, and blissful treatments at the AVEDA spa. With a focus on natural gourmet dining, Essensia restaurant will greet guests for breakfast and dinner with plenty of outdoor seating available, while room service and dining at Tiki Bar will also be available. Throughout August and September the hotel will participate in Miami's iconic culinary celebration, Miami Spice, offering three-course dinner selections showcasing the very best of the hotel's sustainably and locally sourced summer menu.

With its reopening the hotel will expand upon its wellness offerings with a selection of new services at the AVEDA Spa, including the Tropical Island Signature Massage and Vitamin C Complex Transforming Facial, as well as a Chakra Balancing Massage special for the month of July. These spa enhancements will be followed by the debut of one-on-one yoga and meditation classes in August for those seeking to find their center in a private manner. Both adult-only and family friendly sessions can be scheduled.

To ensure a clean and safe environment for guests and staff, the hotel has enhanced its already comprehensive cleanliness program with new protocols adhering to guidelines from local and national health organizations. Plexiglass guards have been installed at the front desk, capacities at the gym and Essensia restaurant have been reduced, and sanitization of high-touch points in common areas has been increased. Daily housekeeping services are provided on an opt-in basis, while pool and beach setups have been modified to comply with social distancing. At the AVEDA Spa the staff has completed the Barbicide COVID-19 Certification, appointments are staggered with 30-minutes between sessions for enhanced sanitation, and additional outdoor services will be available.

At The Palms, a connection to nature and total wellbeing have always been the essence of our philosophy," said Katja Janzon, Vice President. "Now more than ever, a getaway where you can connect with nature is what travelers are seeking, and we're thrilled to continue to offer a tucked-away haven to reconnect with loved ones while surrounded by the sand, sea and tropical scenery. Whether couples are looking for a romantic getaway to relax, or families are searching for a laid-back staycation, we're ready to welcome everyone back."

To make a staycation even sweeter, this summer The Palms is extending an exclusive ‘Florida Residents & Roadtrippers' offer. With the promotion guests receive 10% savings on Best Flexible Rates, complimentary valet parking for one vehicle, and late check-out. To help travelers book with ease, the hotel has relaxed its cancellation policy for the package, and travelers can cancel with no penalty up to 6 p.m. the day of check-in. The package is valid for stays July 1 - September 30, 2020. For more information or to book, visit or call 305.534.0505.

About The Palms Hotel & Spa

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