Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) President & CEO William D. Talbert joined by – (left to right) Aly-Khan Marali, President and CFO of Turnberry; Sonia Fong, Vice President of Convention Sales for GMCVB; David Tar, Senior Vice President, Hyatt Hotels Corporation; Jimmy Morales, City Manager for City of Miami Beach; and David Martin, President Terra Group – during City of Miami Beach State of the City Address where the Grand Hyatt Miami Beach was named as the hotel brand for the new 800-room headquarter hotel connected to the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center.
The development team behind Miami Beach’s new Convention Center hotel announced today that an 800-room property will be operated by Hyatt under the luxury Grand Hyatt brand, when it opens to guests in 2023. Grand Hyatt Miami Beach will create a new hospitality option for visitors attending events at the adjacent Miami Beach Convention Center, which underwent a $600 million renovation that was completed last year, and anchor the Convention Center District.
William D. Talbert, III, CDME, President of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB), was among the welcoming committee at yesterday’s City of Miami Beach State of the City Address.
“The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau joins Terra, Turnberry, and The City of Miami Beach in welcoming the Grand Hyatt Miami Beach,” said William Talbert.
“Grand Hyatt Miami Beach will make it possible to better compete for citywide conventions which fuel jobs in our community and generates business for all of Greater Miami’s hotels and merchants. We look forward to the hotel ground-breaking which once completed will finalize the Miami Beach Convention Center District.”