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Hilton Cabana Miami Beach opens in South Florida

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Miami Beach’s newest hotel - Hilton Cabana Miami Beach – has opened on Collins Ave. at 62nd Street. The property features 231 guest rooms and is set within the quickly emerging sub-market known as “Millionaire’s Row,” that is filled with restaurants, nightlife, entertainment and shopping. Hilton Cabana Miami Beach also is minutes from such popular South Florida destinations as South Beach, Bal Harbour, Lincoln Road, Ocean Drive, Aventura Mall and the,Design District.

Sitting on the property that formerly housed the Allison Hotel, Hilton Cabana Miami Beach consists of a 10-story main building and a six-story Cabana-style building, each with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Miami Beach. Each guest room features a 42-inch flat-screen TV, in-room safe, large work desk with ergonomic chair and in-room mini bar.

In-room Wi-Fi is complimentary as part of the resort fee. The hotel has 12 suites with different configurations, including junior suites, one bedroom suites and two signature suites – The Allison Suite and The Collins Suite.

Unlike many hotels in the surrounding areas, the hotel’s beach is semi-private and without public access. The hotel offers beachside activities plus private Cabana rentals, two swimming pools, private massage service and L’echon Brasserie.

L’echon Brasserie is the newest outpost from The Pubbelly Group, the restaurant team behind popular South Beach restaurants Pubbelly, Pubbelly Sushi, Pubbelly Steak and Barceloneta. Focusing on traditional French cuisine with the signature gastronomic Pubbelly style, the restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

To mark the opening, the hotel is offering 1,000 bonus HHonors points per night during weekday stays through Dec. 19, 2014.

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