Reimagined Luxury at Waldorf Astoria Miami: Waldorf’s Upcoming Property

Hilton’s ultra luxury brand the Waldorf Astoria is opening a property in Miami. The Waldorf Astoria Miami Residences is a truly luxurious property designed as stacking cubes to form one of the tallest skyscrapers in the area. It remains to be seen how this elegant architectural masterpiece will handle tropical storms, but I love the design.

Official renderings from Waldorf Astoria Website

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What is the Waldorf Astoria Brand?

The Waldorf Astoria is Hilton’s top tier luxury brand. They offer spectacular properties in popular destinations such as Beverly Hills, Cabo San Lucas, Maui, and Rome. The brand has excellent service and elegant room designs. I have stayed at both the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills and Los Cabo Pedregal and the service was truly exceptional. The brand prides itself in offering “upscale luxury” and that is represented in their attention to detail.

The Latest Scoop

Hilton’s ultra luxury brand the Waldorf Astoria is working on a new property in Miami. This property will be a luxury residences where hotel guests will stay on the lower levels and the upper half of the hotel being true residences. Yes you can live at the Waldorf full time! The building will be 100 stories tall with 360 residences and 205 hotel rooms. Residences could be studios or anywhere between 1-4 bedrooms. Residence goers should also expect some of the excellent service offered by the Waldorf brand. The property is expected to be read by early 2027!

My Thoughts

The price tag withstanding, I absolutely love the design of this property. I think the stacking of cubes is both an architectural and artistic master piece. I am truly excited to see how this property will withstand tropical storms. I expect this property to immediately become one of the most exclusive properties in the Waldorf portfolio and expect standard award nights be second to none. When this property does open, I wouldn’t be surprised to see it as a top tier property with standard award rates priced at 120,000 points per night. Hopefully 120,000 is still the upper bound for standard award rates in 2027!

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