Regency Hotel Miami Adds Some Retail Therapy To Amenities And Services

Newly Renovated Hotel Debuts Veronica’s Secret

The mention of Pan Am harkens back to an era when air travel was glamorous, and most of us would probably agree that those days are over. Maybe more importantly, what we seek when we travel is comfort, and the Regency Hotel Miami, a hidden gem in the sea of sameness that one finds at airport hotels, offers great value and some pleasant surprises. One might not expect to find a gift shop filled with innovative and luxury products at an airport hotel. Veronica’s secret is that she has scoured the globe to bring you exactly that type of amenity.

The Monoi Tiare beauty products hail from French Polynesia, and the packaging is refreshingly Tahitian and are as beautiful as their name suggests utilizing vanilla, Ylang-Ylang and Pitanie flowers. Perfumes from Miller Harris Perfumes of London and Alvarez Gomez of Madrid are distinct and sophisticated. From the South of France, Esteban perfumer has created a beautiful line of scented candles, incense, and good luck charms.

Something truly innovative is a vacuum fragrance to make that task all that much more pleasant. Hampton Sun Products were created especially for individuals who enjoy the sun but not the burn – and with the sunny climate in Miami, you’ll want to be sure you have protection. David Glass bracelets are based on a Tibetan theme with prayer beads and natural stones. And, let’s not forget Pan Am, which welcomed us to the jet age, all for the thrill of the journey – no matter what your mode of travel. The Pan Am travel accessories line offers vintage and contemporary bags, passport holders and more.

Last but not least, the store carries CowParade’s line of ceramic figurines, among the top collectibles in the world. Replica’s of hundreds of cows on exhibits from Auckland New Zealand to Miami over the year. Each figurine is an exact replica of an authentic cow created as part of a CowParade event.
The Regency Hotel Miami completed a refurbishment in October 2011, and features 174 remarkably spacious guest rooms, all with balconies. Filled with great value – from free parking and complimentary WiFi, to a 24-hour business center, rates range from $119 – $279 per night. For hotel reservations and hotel booking information, please visit, or call 305.779.2010, email

About Regency Hotel Miami
The Regency Hotel Miami is nothing short of a surprise as a boutique hotel that is situated in the airport corridor. This diamond in the rough has been nicely polished with a $750,000 renovation that includes sumptuous bed sets, new air conditioning, and state-of-the-art HDTV monitors. The hotel is perfectly situated for the business or leisure traveler. It sits at the crossroads to start your vacation into Florida or provides a respite for long layovers and business meetings. The needs of the local business audience and travelers are met with multiple meeting rooms and event spaces accommodate the needs of the local audience as well as that of travelers. Value added amenities abound and start with free airport shuttle service 24 hours a day, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, as well as a complete business center. Add complimentary coffee for early risers, a balcony in every room, a beautiful pool and lush deck, one couldn’t ask for more at prices that start at $119 per night. 1000 NW Le Jeune Rd. Miami, FL 33126 Tel: 305.441.1600 Reservations: 305. 779.2010

About Tailored Hospitality International
Tailored Hospitality International (THI) was founded by Keith Space and Robert Todak. Both men’s careers were mentored and shaped by Ian Schrager, the force to reinvent hospitality with the boutique hotel movement. They bring over forty-years of combined experience as hospitality entrepreneurs and pioneers of the modern hospitality revolution. The powerful and uncommonly synergistic collaboration of these two men, further fuel a passion to turn dreams into reality. Integrity, creativity and innate ability to drive profitability characterize the THI team. For more information, visit

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