The man who gave the world the song "Happy" is just getting ready to launch his new Goodtime Hotel in Miami Beach…
That man is of course Pharell Williams, who in partnership with a nightclub mogul, David Grutman, decided to give the world an oasis with 266 rooms on the ocean shore, which will be known as a trendy and refreshing addition to the hotel scene in Miami.
Before we move on to the details of the seven-story structure with white pillars and a glass top as it occupies an entire block on historic Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, we will share with you what Williams had to say about the hotel: “Good vibes, good energy, good karma, good food, good music, good environment. It is up to you to come, and then you will feel it all on your skin. We call it spiritual Wi-Fi. ”
The 266-room hotel is characterized by a pool on the third floor, a lobby lodge, a restaurant, outdoor exercise areas, a recording studio and a large retail space. The Art Deco roots of this locality will certainly impress even the most picky among us. The beautiful vibration of the hotel was achieved through the preservation of its original facade with new additions, with green details that are the work of landscape architect Raymond Jungles.
Interior designer Ken Fulk presented his famous ornamental touch: "I think that when you see all these spaces together, you get the feeling that they may date back to the 19th century, combined with the Dolce Vita lifestyle and the optimism of the eighties." As we find out, the Goodtime Hotel will be open as early as January next year, and we hope that it will once again succeed in making the world happy.