The Cipriani Brothers Add Mr. C Coconut Grove To Their Hospitality Empire
Mr. C Coconut Grove in Miami
31 January 2019
Fourth-generation hospitality leaders, brothers Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani have added its third property to their roster of Mr. C hotels: Coconut Grove, now taking reservations.
If you’re familiar with the legendary Italian family’s hot spots around the world, including its namesake restaurants, you’ll know you can find quality in its concept and among its guests. Mr. C in Beverly Hills was the first to open in 2011, followed by Mr. C in Manhattan’s Seaport District which
just debuted this past September, and Coconut Grove which will start boarding guests this spring.
While all three locations exude a similar stylish, modern feel, Ignazio and Maggio ensure that the overall atmosphere reflects its respective city and neighborhood. For Mr. C Coconut Grove, the team worked with the architecture and design firm, Arquitectonica in conjunction with the Martin Brudnizki Design Studio to highlight the tropical South Florida surroundings and its bayside location. The result of this design fusion is stylish Italian glamour with nautical touches, the aesthetic that Mr. C Hotels is best known for.
Mr. C Coconut Grove is situated in the heart of one of Miami’s more relaxed neighborhoods with unmatched views of Biscayne Bay. “Coconut Grove is iconic to Miami,” Ignazio Cipriani shared. “It combines natural beauty and spectacular views of both Biscayne Bay and the ocean, an artsy vibe, unique boutiques, a vast selection of restaurants, and one of the largest marinas in South Florida. This eclectic neighborhood makes for the perfect location for our third Mr. C hotel and we’re excited to join the neighborhood.” Throughout the interior, the hotel draws inspiration from Italy’s iconic coastal style and hints at the aesthetic elements of a classic yacht. Every detail is considered across the 100 guest rooms and suites like the glossy teak flooring, leather-upholstered blue and caramel headboards, custom-made Italian furniture by Tedeschi in shades of airy blue, crisp Italian linens by Casa Rovea, and every room from standard to presidential flaunts a private terrace.