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Menin Hospitality to manage a Miami Beach hotel

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Menin Hospitality has entered an agreement to manage Mondrian South Beach, one of Miami Beach’s only bay front hotel destinations. With 335 units, a full service spa and dining concept, Menin Hospitality will manage the property that first opened in 2008 as a Mondrian®  under a license granted to the hotel by Morgans Hotel Group.

As part of Menin Hospitality’s growth strategy, Mondrian South Beach joins the hotel portfolio that currently includes Gale, Kaskades, Bentley and Sanctuary in South Beach and Raffaello Chicago. The Menin restaurant and nightlife portfolio includes Bodega Taquería Y Tequila, Red Ginger, Pizza Bar and Bakehouse, a French brasserie concept opening later this month. Menin Hospitality has over 700 guest rooms under management with ten additional nightlife, hotel, and restaurant concepts in the pipeline scheduled to open within the next three years.

The Hotel Residences are built on a prime waterfront location with views of the bay, ocean and downtown. Consisting of 335 studios, one and two-bedroom apartments and penthouses, Mondrian South Beach combines the most exhilarating design elements of a fantasy modern getaway with all the comforts and conveniences of home. Facilities include agua®, a spa featuring wet and dry treatment rooms, a state-of-the-art gym, a world-class restaurant, a dynamic indoor-outdoor lounge, chic event spaces and a private marina and dock.                             

Mondrian’s extensive meeting and event space will greatly impact Menin Hospitality’s ability to host premier groups, organizations and events in Miami Beach. “Over the next twelve months we’ll update and refresh the property with improved event and group spaces, a new dining concept while maintaining the high quality of the current room product,” says Jared Galbut, Principal of Menin Hospitality. "We are excited to introduce property refinements and updates over the next several years,” says Galbut.

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