Homewood Suites Miami-Airport/ Blue Lagoon Completes Renovation

USA, Miami, Florida. December 19, 2022

The 162-room Homewood Suites Miami-Airport/ Blue Lagoon has recently completed a full hotel renovation.

Apple Seven Hospitality Management, Inc., the hotel's owner has invested in the following renovations to the 7-story property:

Enhancements to our lobby and business center. New furniture, artwork and addition of Pour My Beer machine

All guest corridors feature new carpet, wallpaper and artwork

Our suites feature new carpet, wallpaper, artwork, furniture, mattresses, curtains, lamps, cabinetry in the kitchen, stoves, dishwasher, microwaves and full-size refrigerators

The breakfast area has new and modern furniture

Added 2 BBQ Grills in our outdoor area

Fitness center features, new Peloton bike machine

New Suite Shop featuring enhanced products as well as beer and wine.

The meeting space received a facelift to include, new carpet, wallpaper, soundproof wall, and an addition of 2 motorized projectors screens

"We look forward to offering our guests an enhanced stay experience while we continue to offer exceptional levels of customer service," said Emmanuel Cruz, the hotel's general manager.

The Homewood Suites Miami-Airport/Blue Lagoon is located at 5500 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, FL 33126 and is within walking distance to major corporations, restaurants and shopping center. The hotel offers such business conveniences as daily Breakfast Buffet served from 6am to 9am daily, 1,550 sq. ft of flexible meeting space, 24hr business center, daily airport shuttle servicing from 7am to 9pm, hourly. Other amenities include Fitness center, outdoor pool/BBQ Grill, Welcome Home Reception® - Wednesdays from 5:30pm to 7pm.

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