Davidson Hotels & Resorts Selected to Manage Eden Roc Miami Beach and Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc

Iconic 619-Room Beach Resort and Cosmopolitan Hotel-Within-A-Hotel to Be Operated by Davidson's Lifestyle and Luxury Division, Pivot Hotels & Resorts

USA, Atlanta, Georgia. November 10, 2020

Davidson Hotels & Resorts, the award-winning hospitality management company, welcomes Eden Roc Miami Beach and Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc as the latest additions to its distinctive portfolio. Operated by Davidson's lifestyle and luxury division Pivot Hotels & Resorts, Eden Roc is designed by Morris Lapidus in the famed "MiMo" style and situated in Miami Beach, featuring 415 spacious ocean view guest rooms with oversized balconies, three pools, spa and beachfront cabanas. Nobu Hotel, the hotel-within-a-hotel at Eden Roc, occupies the original tower and boasts an additional 204 thoughtfully-designed rooms, an exclusive pool and Natura Bissé bath products. Eden Roc is a renowned, multi-sensory culinary destination comprised of two distinctive dining experiences: Nobu Miami, featuring Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's world-famous cuisine infusing traditional Japanese dishes with Latin American influences; as well as the South Florida outpost of Helene Henderson's Malibu Farm, which serves colorful, farm-to-beach organic, locally-sourced eats.

"We are thrilled to assume management of such a legendary resort and look forward to partnering with ownership to provide an even more exciting future for the property," said Steve Margol, Chief Investment Officer, Davidson Hotels & Resorts. "The storied Eden Roc is a modern, chic retreat that appeals to sophisticated travelers. By leveraging our extensive background in operating lifestyle and luxury assets, we are confident that we can enhance the guest experience, while our in-depth corporate resources will have a long-lasting impact on the efficiency, productivity, operational readiness and financial success of these properties."

"Eden Roc and Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc offer the ultimate fusion of laid-back luxury with unique, immersive social spaces and crafted guest room retreats." said Andrea Chapur, ownership. "We were drawn to Pivot as our new management partner based on the team's continuous dedication to innovation, exceptional service delivery and revenue generation. Collectively, Pivot and Davidson manage some of the most successful resorts in Florida and we look forward to elevating our performance in Miami Beach."

In the state of Florida, Pivot Hotels & Resorts currently operates Hotel Colonnade, An Autograph Collection Hotel in Coral Gables, Baker's Cay Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton in Key Largo, The Don CeSar and the Beach House Suites by The Don CeSar, both in St. Pete Beach. Davidson's management portfolio also includes Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort and the Margaritaville Orlando Resort.

For more information, please visit https://www.edenrochotelmiami.com for Eden Roc Miami Beach and https://miamibeach.nobuhotels.com/ for Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc.



Tags: Eden Roc, Eden Roc Miami Beach, Nobu, Davidson Hotels & Resorts, Pivot Hotels & Resorts, Miami

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Davidson Hotels & Resorts
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