The Miami Herald shares a new perspective on the Perry Hotel Key West – one that focuses on the family ties that brought this stunning new Stock Island property to life.
The article traces the Weiser family’s long hospitality history as well. Highlights include patriarch Woody Weiser’s development of Miami’s first five-star hotel, the Grand Bay, as well as Hostmark principal Brad Weiser’s award-winning Café Tu Tu Tango concept.
“The 100-room hotel was developed by brothers Brad and Warren Weiser, with the lobby, restaurants and public spaces designed by Brad’s daughter Blaire Weiser. It’s the first joint, ground-up development in recent years for the Weiser clan, whose history in South Florida’s hospitality industry stretches to the 1970s,” writes the Miami Herald’s Chabeli Herrera.
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