Mandarin Oriental, Miami has long been a top wedding destination for luxury weddings in Miami, boasting water views and a cosmopolitan vibe. Everything about the property says, “VIP,” from its grand wedding venues to its world-class amenities. Whether it’s a local celebration or a destination wedding, couples and their guests will love spending a weekend at this private island location, surrounded by the best of what Miami has to offer. Victoria Chase, Director of Social Catering, shares more insight about hosting the perfect celebration at Mandarin Oriental, Miami.
GO: If you had to describe Mandarin Oriental, Miami in three words, what would they be?
VC: Elegant, Memorable, Distinctive
GO: How far in advance does a couple need to reserve a wedding date?
VC: We recommend one year in advance.
GO: What is your capacity limit? Exclusivity?
VC: 450 guests for a wedding; we have only one Ballroom, making each wedding exclusive.
GO: Are accommodations and buyouts available?
VC: Yes – our hotel is an urban oasis in in downtown Miami on the private island of Brickell Key. Our hotel is perfect for destination weddings.
GO: What are some of the amenities, incentives, and activities that Mandarin Oriental, Miami offers a couple?
VC: Our indoor spaces include our stunning Grand Ballroom, featuring large windows with gorgeous views as well as an expansive outdoor terrace with views of the city skyline, and our Wine Room which is a beautiful space with stunning views for smaller weddings.
GO: Food is such an important element at a wedding. Tell us about your menu customization.
VC: We are fully able to customize each and every wedding, providing a restaurant style dining experience.
GO: What amenities does Mandarin Oriental, Miami offer couples and their guests that set you apart?
VC: Our Forbes-Five Star Spa for 12 consecutive years adopts a different approach to the traditional spa experience. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Miami offers a series of innovative and restorative treatments inspired by the elements of life, and the ancient traditions of Chinese, Ayurvedic, European, Balinese, and Thai cultures.