This newest addition to the downtown Miami hotel scene is creating some buzz, and for good reason. The Langford Hotel breathes new life into what was once the Miami National Bank, an iconic building with a majestic Beaux-Arts façade that recalls the elegance, energy and ambition of Miami’s 1920s era visionaries. Built in 1925, this landmark now listed on the National Register of Historic Places becomes the first truly historic hotel in Downtown Miami.
Pass through its stately arched front doors and we bet you won’t be able to resist the temptation to start exploring the original architectural features, lovingly preserved, that are hidden in every corner. Every detail has been chosen to appeal to the senses and to create an elegant Downtown hideaway that will resonate with Miami’s next generation of visionaries.
“We’re going to give a different experience from the one people are used to in Miami,” said Valentina Rojas of developer Stambul USA. “We’re not the beach; it’s an urban experience.”
Located in bustling downtown Miami in the heart of the business and arts district, The Langford will afford guests hip and cool accommodations in the center of the city. Spanning 12 stories high, the newly restored hotel will present world-class amenities and offerings, including a new restaurant, PB Station, by the popular Pubbelly Restaurant Group, as well as a stylish rooftop lounge called Pawn Broker, among other features. The Langford Hotel is owned by Stambul USA and managed by Trust Hospitality.