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Eden Roc Miami Beach partnership with the Frieze Ice Cream Company

Eden Roc Miami Beach Partnership With the Frieze Ice Cream Company
Eden Roc Miami Beach Partnership With the Frieze Ice Cream Company
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The iconic Eden Roc Miami Beach Hotel and Miami-based ice cream company The Frieze have joined forces to provide guests with an exclusive in-house ice cream program kicking off now, tied to the hotel’s “Everlasting Summer” promotion, which features a series of special rates encouraging guests to take advantage of summer.The Frieze is known for using local and organic ingredients in their products.

As part of the partnership, guests can indulge in a scoop (or two!) of ice cream featured daily at the hotel’s Cabana Grill, where The Frieze will have a cart stationed to help everyone cool off. Priced at $4.50 a cup, guests can choose from the following flavors below.

Flavors:

· Key Lime Pie

· Cappuccino Chip

· Apple Cider

· Tamarind

· Key Lime Sorbet

· Ginger Pear

· Papaya

· Indian Mango

· Watermelon.

This partnership promotes local ties and giving back to the Miami community!

About Eden Roc Miami Beach

The Eden Roc Miami Beach is a resort hotel at 4525 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, Florida. It was designed by Morris Lapidus, in the Miami Modern style, and was completed in 1955-56.

Eden Roc Miami Beach has been a favorite of distinguished guests from politicians to Hollywood's top stars. Renovated in 2008, the hotel offers 631 guest rooms, including 96 suites. Eden Roc Miami Beach was built on the site of the Warner Estate following litigation over development rights to the site and to the neighboring Firestone Estate, which became the Fontainebleau Hotel.