Nobu Hospitality Group plans to convert the landmark hotel Eden Roc Miami Beach into a Nobu-branded operation by the end of this year.
Nobu would head up the food and beverage aspect and its namesake restaurant would relocate from the Shore Club from 1701 Collins Avenue to 4525 Collins Avenue, Miami.com reported.
The hospitality chain also owns hotels in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and in Las Vegas at Caesar’s Palace.
In 2012, Marriott won a case against Eden Roc, the owners of the Renaissance Hotel in Miami Beach. Eden Roc had sued Marriott and its Renaissance Hotel Management unit, accusing the chain of mismanaging the property, following a $300 million investment, as previously reported. [Miami.com] — Mark Maurer