Accor is bringing its MGallery Hotel Collection to Florida for the first time with the opening of the Berkeley Park Hotel in Miami Beach on April 1.
Formerly the Sadigo Court Hotel, the property is located near Collins Park, offering quick access to nearby sites like the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, the Bass museum and the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The hotel, which is fresh off of an $18 million renovation, comprises 80 guestrooms, all of which have been modernized and outfitted with wood decor elements, brass finishes and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Other highlights include a new 2,070-square-foot rooftop deck and swimming pool as well as a curated collection of local art that will be displayed throughout the hotel.
Launched in 2008, Accor's MGallery Hotel Collection soft brand currently has more than 100 high-end boutique hotels within its global network.
According to Heather McCrory, Accor's CEO for North and Central America, the MGallery portfolio has seen "impressive global growth" throughout the pandemic, with more than 30 new properties set to join the brand's fold over the next two years.
"The current business climate has opened the door for soft brands like MGallery to continue trending upward through conversion opportunities," said McCrory. "There are so many incredible independent hotels operating across North America and worldwide that can benefit from partnering with a global hospitality leader such as Accor."