MIAMI — Following an extensive renovation, the Hotel Victor has unveiled redesigned meeting spaces, it was announced Nov. 7.
The two boardrooms feature LCD projectors, screens, conference call capabilities, USB ports and 110V charging outlets integrated into conference tables. Additionally, both spaces offer a catering menu by Sugar Factory American Brasserie.
Seating 16, the 336-square-foot executive boardroom features dark grey carpeting, white desk chairs and an expansive table accented by exposed dark wood ceiling beams.
For smaller meetings, the 210-square-foot VIP Boardroom includes two windows with city and ocean views, and offers the same desk chairs and rectangular table featured in the Executive Boardroom.
Opened in 1937, the 91-room, beach house-style hotel reopened in 2013 following an $8 million refurbishment. Larger guestrooms include the 1,400-square-foot, one-bedroom Victoria Penthouse Suite, featuring an ocean view, and the 1,200-square-foot, one-bedroom Victor Penthouse Suite, with garden terrace.
The 5,000-square-foot Sugar Factory houses a dining room, bulk candy store, 150-seat patio and indoor dining and café with 201 seats.
Seating up to 150 guests via indoor and outdoor seating, Down n’ Dirty Tacos and Tequila Bar offers a casual Mexican menu of guacamole, carne asada, tacos and pizza. The frozen drink menu features over 50 types of margaritas, mojitos and daiquiris.
Also onsite is a Pinkberry frozen yogurt outlet.
Full-service Spa V, covering 6,000 square feet, is equipped with a Hammam, a co-ed Turkish steam bath and private Hammam with a marble bed for treatments.
Other amenities include iPads available at the front desk; free WiFi; 24-hour business centre; gym; and complimentary bicycles (CitiBike partnership).