Daroff Design Inc. was commissioned to provide comprehensive interior architectural design for the J.W. Marriott facility built in Miami’s downtown business district on Brickell Ave. The facility is a first class hotel with amenities appealing to the business traveler.
The entry lobby is a grand space which is accentuated by an 18 foot hight ceiling, marble floor, steps and baluster, bronze handrails and wood paneling. The feel of the main lobby is above all – “luxe”, with a residential scale and feel. The Club Bar was designed to be reminiscent of the classic British club bar, with wood paneling, wood coffered ceilings, parquet wood floors covered with oriental carpets, beveled glass and heavy, leather upholstered furniture. The restaurant has approximately 130 seats and the sports bar is located at the top of the escalators and is a less formal alternative to the main restaurant. The sports theme is subtle with the general feeling of casual elegance. The concierge floor affords a higher level of finish than that which exists on the typical guestroom floor. A vice-presidential suite and a luxury suite have also been planned for this facility. The rooms are furnished in a “transitional” style with a natural, dark wood finish.