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Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel in Miami Beach, Will Now Open in October

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  Site Where: 1825 Collins Ave [map], Miami Beach, FL, United States, 33139
June 22, 2015 at 2:40 PM | by | Comments (0)

The other week we strolled by another new hotel coming to Miami Beach--Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel at 18th and Collins Ave, which we last heard was opening on July 6. Well, that date's not going to happen anymore as reservations for the hotel are being pushed back to October 1. Bienvenido a Miami!

On that date, rooms are going for $238.67 for a king superior room which includes a king bed, white marble floors, SFERRA linens, REN bath products (an HC fave), Bluetooth docking station, 48-in. flat screen TV and this badass vintage travel chest which doubles as the mini-bar filled with gourmet goodies and even books on how to make a cocktail. Keep reading to have a closer look at it!

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The Nautilus South Beach Finally Fixes a July Opening Date

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  Site Where: 1825 Collins Ave, Miami, United States
April 21, 2015 at 8:54 AM | by | Comment (1)

The lights were on but nobody was home the last time we checked in on the Nautilus South Beach, Sixty Hotels’ refurbishment of the iconic Morris Lapidus property in Miami.

But now it's time to start planning a sweltering summer break in Miami, because reservations are now open for July 6.

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A Light is On at The Nautilus in South Beach But No Opening Date Yet

Where: 1825 Collins Avenue [map], Miami Beach, FL, United States, 33139
February 17, 2015 at 1:29 PM | by | Comments (0)

Continuing with our construction check-ups in Miami, we've got this bright lights snapshot of the forthcoming Nautilus, a Sixty Hotel, from the founders of Thompson Hotels.

These guys (Jason Pomeranc, Stephen Brandman and Pomeranc's two brothers) have been hard at work on transforming former Thompson hotels into sleek Sixty Hotels (you can read about one such transformation here) which may explain why there's a delay on the opening of Nautilus. Then again, several big name Thompson Hotels often failed to make their opening dates as well. #oldhabits

The hotel was set to open by the end of 2014, but now the date is simply "spring" and we're not sure if that means March, April or (gasp) May.

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Sixty Hotels to Take Their New Brand to Montreal in 2016

Where: Montreal, Canada
January 26, 2015 at 2:36 PM | by | Comments (0)

Last week, we showed you all around the revamped Gordon Bar at the reinvented Sixty Soho, formerly 60 Thompson. We hope you took a good long look at that stuff because you'll be seeing more of Sixty Hotels in the very near future.

The brand, created by the Thompson Hotels founders, is about to open Nautilus South Beach this spring, followed by the newly announced Sixty Hotel Montreal, opening in late 2016. This will be the sixth property for the new-old brand. How fitting.

Here's a press statement from hotelier Jason Pomeranc on the decision to open in Montreal on René Lévesque Boulevard in the Central Business District:

“The cultural and creative sensibility of the city along with its jet-set style makes Montreal an ideal location to open the next SIXTY Hotel” said Jason Pomeranc, co-owner of SIXTY Hotels. “Montreal is filled with eclectic and inspiring neighborhoods and offers fantastic global appeal. Our plan is to build a hotel that takes its inspiration from the local architecture and character of the city, while injecting SIXTY’s flair for hospitality to create a very chic and sophisticated destination hotel.”

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First Look: The Gordon Bar at SIXTY SoHo

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  Site Where: 60 Thompson St. [map], New York, NY, United States, 10012
January 23, 2015 at 12:30 PM | by | Comments (0)

Last week, we brought you a sneak peek of the Sixty SoHo’s new look and mentioned the recent opening of its new bar, The Gordon Bar. Here, now, are the details on Manhattan’s newest watering hole.

The Gordon Bar is just off the second-floor lobby and reception area of the hotel. Like the lobby, the feel here is cozy but swank. The focal point on one end of the room is a fireplace bookended by glass shelves with knickknacks and potted plants. In front of that is a small glass coffee table with art books, around which are clustered armchairs and a plush loveseat in nice communal seating area.

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Here's a Sneak Peek at Sixty SoHo (Formerly 60 Thompson)

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  Site Where: 60 Thompson St. [map], New York, NY, United States, 10012
January 19, 2015 at 10:18 AM | by | Comments (0)

Back in September, we reported on the Sixty SoHo's sexy new look with a quick hit list of before and after photos from its recent (and somewhat ongoing) renovation.

Now we've gone inside the hotel to get a first-hand look at some of the renovated rooms, the redone second-floor lobby and reception area, and new The Gordon Bar, which opened at the end of November.

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Before and After: Sixty Soho Shows Off The Sexy Sixty Style

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  Site Where: 60 Thompson Street [map], New York, NY, United States
September 30, 2014 at 6:27 PM | by | Comment (1)

We love hotel renovations nearly just as much as we love new hotels. But what we really love about hotel renovations is seeing the transformation that happens when an old, tired and lackluster room gets a modern makeover and transforms into new, spiffed-up, stylish guest room. Or put more simply, we love comparing the Before and After.

Sixty Soho, formerly known as 60 Thompson, is the flagship of the newly formed Sixty Hotels collective from the original Thompson Hotels founders, led by Jason Pomeranc. But now that the hotel is no longer a Thompson, it was time to change up the look.

So Sixty enlisted Tara Bernerd & Partners, a London-based interior architecture and design to six, er, sex up the 97-guestrooms as well as the lobby and lobby bar. Here's what the rooms at 60 Thompson used to look like. Keep reading to see the new and improved Sixty Soho...

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Sixty Hotels to Return to Miami Beach with The Nautilus Hotel

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  Site Where: 1825 Collins Avenue [map], Miami Beach, FL, United States, 33139
May 12, 2014 at 8:59 AM | by | Comments (0)

Sixty Hotels, the lifestyle hotel group that consists of four former Thompson Hotels, is adding to its collection with The Nautilus Hotel in Miami Beach, an iconic property originally designed by architect Morris Lapidus in the 1950s.

In recent years, the oceanfront hotel at 1825 Collins Avenue, went by the name, Continental South Beach, and offered a rather sub-par South Beach experience. But now Sixty Hotels will renovate the property from top to bottom, to transform it into a "luxury beach house" with both an international and residential feel.

"South Beach is a natural fit for our clientele, who appreciate a great night out just as much as the rich sense of architectural history the hotel and its surroundings offer," said Jason Pomeranc in a statement.

The hotel will have 251 rooms with 29 suites and two signature penthouses with ocean views and a private garden terrace. All guest rooms will have a "soothing" color palette, along with SFERRA linens, gourmet mini-bars and amenities by REN, a skincare line that's hard to find in American hotels.

There's no photos or renderings of the property available yet, aside from these old nostalgic snapshots, but here's how Sixty describes: the decor and design (from Caroline Giraud-Sukornyk of CG Design and Miami-based architecture firm, Arquitectonica.)

Upon entering, guests will be immediately met with an unpretentious beach vibe with nautical accents and tufted grey linen sofas that and metallic orange leather chairs at the concierge desk brighten the space with eye catching pops of color. Furthering the beach home feel that the property brings as its design inspiration is the use of materials throughout the lobby area such as grey concrete, glove leather, various stones and linen chairs and sofas, reminiscent of those found in global beachfront estates. Timeless and sophisticated, the Nautilus South Beach will combine subtle design with attentive service.

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A Letter from the 'Innkeepers' at Sixty Hotels

February 24, 2014 at 10:18 AM | by | Comments (0)

Now that Sixty Hotels is officially up and running, you might be wondering what this new hotel collective is all about. (Remember, the four hotels that comprise Sixty Hotels were formally known as Thompson Hotels.) Well, look no further.

Below is an exclusive letter from the "innkeepers" at Sixty Hotels--Jason Pomeranc, Lawrence Pomeranc, Michael Pomeranc and Stephen Brandman--that clarifies what Sixty Hotels are all about and what they want to be. Trust us, you'll want to read this all the way through.

It’s simple. We've always been SIXTY. Since the opening days of 60 Thompson in 2001, we've delighted in overhearing people on the street enthusing, “I'm staying at SIXTY” or “Lets meet for a cocktail at SIXTY.” SIXTY quickly became part of the downtown Manhattan vernacular, the catchword for a truly distinctive inn, experience, brand, and destination for international travelers and streetwise New Yorkers alike. It's this SIXTY experience we infuse in all of our inn destinations, and we're taking that name and making it ours through and through.

Keep reading for more from the innkeepers!

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Sixty Hotels Are Now Officially In Place

February 5, 2014 at 9:19 AM | by | Comments (0)

Just a few short months after unveiling their logo, The Sixty Collective has made the full-blown separation from its former company, Thompson Hotels. But remember, the Sixty Hotels moniker only applies to four hotels, per the separation terms with Commune Hotels & Resorts (you can get up to speed on that break-up here.)

And yes, that means the lovely 60 Thompson Hotel has to lose the Thompson bit. It will go by the name Sixty Soho.

We first noticed the name change on the brand's social media channels. Here's what their Twitter bio (@SixtyHotels) now reads:

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And Now, This is The Logo for Sixty Hotels

November 12, 2013 at 9:29 AM | by | Comments (0)

It's been a roller coaster ride this past week for hotelier Jason Pomeranc and his partners in crime lifestyle hotels.

After we got word that one of the hotels they left behind in the Commune/Thompson split wanted out of the Commune, Pomeranc, along with Stephen Brandman and his brothers Michael and Larry Pomeranc, announced the new name of their hotel group, The Sixty Collective, an obvious homage to the original Thompson Hotel, 60 Thompson.

While we were still digesting the new name, another report landed that said the owners of 6 Columbus wanted out of the Collective and back into the Commune. (The owners apparently did not even know their Commune had become a Collective.)

But the boys were back on top last night at the Cornell Hotel Show cocktail party in New York. The event was held at the Grand Hyatt as a kickoff for the International Hotel, Motel & Restaurant Show. All that backslapping, LinkedIn friending and industry networking aside, the party served as the stage for the unveiling of the Sixty Hotels logo. Tah-dah! Here it is. We're loving the infinity logo that's worked into the 60. We're just relieved the idea of a phoenix rising from the ashes above Thompson LES was nixed. Har, har.

But wait, there's more. There's also a website!

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There's a Fight Brewing Over Who Will Run 6 Columbus

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  Site Where: 6 Columbus Circle [map], New York, NY, United States, 10023
November 11, 2013 at 10:14 AM | by | Comments (0)

On the heels of Jason Pomeranc's announcement that he would be rebranding his hotel company as Sixty Hotels comes some sour news about the fate of 6 Columbus. Specifically, the hotel's owners are asking Pomeranc and his partners to leave their management contract.

Crain's New York reports that the hotel's owners were not aware that Pomeranc's former partner, Commune Hotels, who is now the sole owner of the Thompson Hotels brand, was no longer managing the property. Um, what? Sounds like the 308 Hotel Corp needs to start reading HotelChatter a little more often.

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