The InterContinental Miami recently unveiled its new $30 million dollar renovations which includes two new 3,300 square-feet, two-level presidential suites designed by tennis star Venus Williams and an impressive 19 story digital canvas on the exterior of the hotel.
The new Royal Palm Suite and the Metropolis Suite are distinctively unique offering a contemporary décor. The Royal Palm pays homage to railroad magnate Henry Flagler who built the Royal Palm Hotel, which was one of the first hotels in Miami. It features Miami’s first electric lights, elevators and swimming pool. The suites color scheme consists of oranges, yellows and whites.
The Metropolis pays tribute to the Miami Metropolis, the city’s first newspaper, with its neutral color scheme of gray and tan hues. The front page of the first paper printed hangs in the suite.
As for the InterContinental Miami Digital Art Wall, it was unveiled during the recent Art Basel Miami. The spectacular light show will be developed by an in-house curator of digital art and will show local art and culture scene.
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