InterContinental Miami

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InterContinental Miami
Hotel Intercontinental Miami 20100707.jpg
The InterContinental as seem from Bayfront Park
General information
Type hotel
Location 100 Chopin Plaza
Miami, Florida
United States
Coordinates 25°46′21″N 80°11′07″W / 25.772419°N 80.185373°W / 25.772419; -80.185373Coordinates: 25°46′21″N 80°11′07″W / 25.772419°N 80.185373°W / 25.772419; -80.185373
Completed 1982
Opening 1982
Height
Roof 366 ft (111.6 m)
Technical details
Floor count 35

The InterContinental Miami is a hotel in Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. It belongs to the InterContinental Hotels chain. Located on Biscayne Bay, the hotel is in the form of a 35-story tower on the eastern edge of downtown in Bayfront Park. The address is 100 Chopin Plaza. The building is 122 m (366 ft) tall, has 35 stories, and was built in 1982. There are 641 guest rooms. Before the hotel was owned by InterContinental, it was known as Pavion Hotel. Built in 1982 by famed architect Pietro Belluschi. The hotel's exterior, porte cochere and lobby were redesigned by architect Thomas Roszak, of Lohan Anderson + Roszak in 2012.

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List of tallest buildings in Miami

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