Turnberry Isle Miami has debuted a new round of renovations at the 199 guestrooms and suites in the resort's Hibiscus building.
Enhancements include lighter, brighter contemporary furnishings and new deluxe mattresses, bedding and in-room amenities.
The room re-design was led by Forrest Perkins, an award-winning hotel interior design firm that specializes in luxury and landmark hotels, resorts and spas. In addition, the exterior of the building was refreshed with a fresh coat of paint and new roof.
The guestrooms, which have private balconies with views of the resort's golf courses, have been redone in a modern, neutral color palette. The rooms also have new carpeting, drapes and shears, as well s reupholstered chairs in a neutral textured tone and new hanging light pendants, fixtures and floor-to-ceiling mirrors. Upgraded in-room coffee and side tables have contemporary glass and silver design elements, while computer desks were refurbished with modern ivory desk chairs and chrome and marble desk lamps.
Every guestroom now includes 47" flatscreen TVs and iHome Clock Radios with Bluetooth technology, personal Keurig Coffee Machines and bathroom amenities by Natura Bissé.