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Did you know: This downtown Miami hotel is Black-owned

The Gabriel Miami

We get excited when we discover Black-owned businesses that we didn’t know that were Black. Like The Gabriel Miami, a modern hotel located in the heart of downtown Miami. This property is a perfect application of design and modernity with a blend of class and innovation. 

Developed by Raoul Thomas and part of the Curio Collection by Hilton, The Gabriel Miami gives you the authentic taste of the cosmopolitan city with custom curated art, creative workspaces, soothing spa services, and exotic Miami cocktails. Whether you’re traveling to Miami or just need a relaxing staycation, The Gabriel Miami offers luxury unmatched with stunning sunrises over the Biscayne Bay, stylish suites, and innovative architecture. 

It offers a stylish menu, which is available for breakfast and in-room dining. The luxury hotel also caters to meetings and small gatherings with extravagant spaces including floor-to-ceiling windows, bright colors, natural flowers, warm woods, as well as indoor and outdoor seating so you can surround yourself with the Miami sunshine.

The Bella’s Bar is a hidden gem at the hotel which is situated on the 14th floor next to the pool and cabanas. The magnificent view takes your experience to the 9th cloud with the exquisite essence of Biscayne Bay and Bella’s great food, signature cocktails, beer, and wine.

The Gabriel Miami is a perfect spot for your conference or a business meeting with enjoyment on the way. Dive right into the pool and get drenched with the authentic bay culture. And all of my Miami’s cultural icons are nearby, including Adrienne Arsht Center, Frost Museum of Science, Pérez Art Museum, South Beach, Brickell, and Wynwood.

It’s not just a business, but a sincere contributor to our community as well. The Gabriel’s purpose is to generate growth opportunities in the local community, improve health, and cultivate wellness. It has joined hands with a local non-profit IA Foundation that works on protecting young men and single mothers. Not only this, but they also made a huge difference when Hurricane Dorian affected the area by donating food, diapers, bug spray, and everything in-between.

Book at a staycation on their website. The property is located at 1100 Biscayne Blvd, Miami.

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