The highly anticipated opening of The Goodtime Hotel went down this weekend. All the stars showed up to see what the buzz is about. The brainchild of entrepreneur Pharrell Williams and Miami’s hospitality maverick David Grutman, The Goodtime Hotel is a brilliant marriage of vibrancy, fun and Miami flavor. At the event, the duo received keys to the city times two.

The rush of celebrities at The Goodtime opening is proof that Miami continues to define itself as one of world’s greatest hospitality hotspot.

The night saw birthday nods for Victoria Beckham, her husband David celebrating the Inter Miami CF season opener, and a massive showing by single Kim Kardashian with bestie Steph Shep, Foodgod and Simon Huck in tow.

The Red Carpet Was Lined With Stars

 

 
 
 
 
 
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It’s clear that locals and travelers aren’t the only ones who eagerly awaited The Goodtime Hotel’s debut; celebs arrived dressed to the nines and in droves to celebrate Grutman and Williams’ hotel opening. The red carpet was visited by music stars like Timothy Zachery Mosley—known by fans as Timbaland, and Larissa de Macedo Machado—whose stage name is Anitta. DJ Ruckus, Future, Bad Bunny, Alesso, Cedric Gervais, Maluma and Rick Ross all made appearances as well.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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West Coast royalty like Chris Rock, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Vanessa Hudgens walked the carpet, and famed director Michael Bay stopped by to celebrate.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Superstars from different genres graced The Goodtime with their presence too; David Portnoy, influencer superstar Lele Pons was there and artist Alec Monopoly.

Goodtime Hotel Offers an Oasis

When arriving at the hotel, stars were greeted by the unassuming gleaming white building, a mere whisper of the promise of the luxury inside. The hotel itself boasts 226 rooms, a library, and nearly 100,000 square feet of public space to transform your Miami Beach stay into a soothing and mind-reviving getaway. With an art-deco interior and a zen feel, and the bustle of Miami Beach just feet away, the hotel will feel like your own private oasis.

In a statement Grutman shares his thoughts on the transformative and revolutionary south Florida escape; “My first hotel needed to break the mold,” he says. “I wanted to provide the 360-degree Groot Hospitality experience that our other venues are known for, but I also wanted to add more. This is about providing a getaway within a town that’s already known as a vacation spot. When you arrive at the hotel, and walk through our doors, it becomes a full on experience. When you’re at The Goodtime, we want you to feel like your worries and anxieties have been left outside. I am proud to have worked closely with Pharrell, Michael Fascitelli, Eric Birnbaum and Ken Fulk on bringing this hotel to life.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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And Pharrell agrees; for them, the hotel was about offering visitors a way to dive headling into the invigorating nightlife of Miami and the electric world around them, while maintaining that soul-refreshing escape you’d get from your own private island. “We want The Goodtime Hotel to impart a feeling of both revitalization and that rare, exciting thrill that takes over when you discover something special,” says Pharrell Williams. “It’s that adrenaline-fueled sensation of entering a whole new setting and a whole new mindset. This place will provide a natural good time, for all who come through.”

When you sweep through the doors and take in the perfectly appointed lobby, your joy has just begun; you can also enjoy the 45,000 square-foot retail space, or lounge next to the 30,000 square foot pool deck to indulge in treats from Strawberry Moon. Created with signature Grutman style, Strawberry Moon serves Mediterranean-style cuisine with specialty cocktails.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Nestled amongst the historic district of Miami Beach, the hotel offers a nod to days gone by while fully embracing the modern conveniences that travelers today look for. With views of either the Atlantic or Biscayne Bay, every window is insta-worthy and sure to captivate.

How to Book Your Own Stay

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The Goodtime Hotel is doing something unique for Miami. The city feels electric throughout; everywhere you turn there’s something beautiful, something exciting, something that reminds you to enjoy life. With The Goodtime, they’ve managed to capture that essence and all but bottle it—so when you walk through their doors, you keep it close, but can float away on the wings of relaxation.

In a world with increasingly micro-managed moments and an ever-present drive to keep up and stay on top of things, a moment away from it all is something everyone can benefit from. At The Goodtime, you can immerse yourself in Miami’s world-famous nightlife, enjoy some of the best dining, and breathe in the spirit of the South Florida hotspot—and then close your eyes at night knowing you’re surrounded by peace and tranquility. That blend of the electric and tranquil is singular and unique, and The Goodtime Hotel has managed to somehow package them both together for visitors to indulge in.

If you’re looking to rub elbows with Miami’s most star-studded guests, and enjoy a truly unique South Florida vacation—The Goodtime Hotel is open and ready for business. Visit Goodtime Hotel to plan and book your stay.

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