You Can Stay at a Miami Hotel That Was Featured in “Do Revenge”

published Sep 30, 2022
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Netflix’s “Do Revenge” has been the talk of Twitter since it was released earlier this month— and, fortunately, fans of the comedy film can partake in their own “Do Revenge”-inspired adventure by staying at the Goodtime Hotel, which is featured in the movie. 

Located in Miami, the Goodtime Hotel opened in 2021 and is run by Grammy Award-winning musician Pharrell Williams and restaurant and nightclub owner David Grutman. It boasts 266 guest rooms and 100,000 square feet of public space.

To create the Goodtime Hotel, Williams and Grutman collaborated with real estate developers Michael D. Fascitelli and Eric Birnbaum, both of Imperial Companies, in addition to architect Morris Adjmi, interior designer Ken Fulk, and landscape architect Raymond Jungles.

“My first hotel needed to break the mold,” explained David Grutman in a press release. “I wanted to provide the 360-degree Groot Hospitality experience that our other venues are known for, but I also wanted to add more.” Ultimately, he says, “this is about providing a getaway within a town that’s already known as a vacation spot.” 

Among the 266 guest rooms are a handful of suites and numerous rooms with waterfront views, with design features that include pink rotary dial phones, bath amenities from Ortigia, benches swathed in leopard print, and custom bedding and drapes.

“We wanted The Goodtime Hotel to impart a feeling of both revitalization and that rare, exciting thrill that takes over when you discover something special,” said Pharrell Williams, in a statement. “It’s that adrenaline-fueled sensation of entering a whole new setting and a whole new mindset. This place provides a natural good time, for all who come through.”

Additionally, the Goodtime Hotel features its own restaurant and pool club, Strawberry Moon, which serves Mediterranean cuisine and a range of specialty cocktails. There’s also 45,000 square feet of stores to peruse on the hotel’s ground floor level, as well as a hotel gym that includes Peloton equipment, and an Instagram-worthy peach-colored library.