Crestline Hotels & Resorts has added two luxury boutique hotels to its portfolio, the company announced Wednesday.
The Virginia-based hospitality management company now manages The Delphi in downtown Los Angeles and the Waldorf Towers South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida.
Crestline’s management of the properties includes design refreshes.
“Each of these properties are architectural gems within their communities and share a unique design and history that were diligently retained and enhanced by our design teams,” said James Carroll, president and CEO of Crestline, in the announcement.
The Delphi, formerly the Standard, is a 12-story, 207-key hotel near the Los Angeles Convention Center. Its redesign, led by Ellis Adams Group, blends modern and deco styles featuring brass and velvet. The revamp maintained historic features throughout the hotel, and all rooms include spacious closets, oversized bathtubs, mood lighting and floating desks.
The hotel will debut five new restaurant and bar concepts over the next year, including a renovated rooftop pool and lounge. The property already includes a lobby lounge, and it will debut a retro all-day diner concept later this summer.
Waldorf Towers is situated on South Beach’s Ocean Drive within an art deco building designed by architect Albert Anis in 1937. The 43-room hotel’s redesign maintained its original lighthouse, which sits on the rooftop’s northeast corner. Guest rooms now feature oversized soundproof windows, ceiling fans and spacious bathrooms with rain showerheads.
The property includes an al fresco restaurant steps away from the beach.
Crestline’s management portfolio includes 127 hotels and approximately 18,000 rooms.