Hidden in Plain View | Bruce Turkel

We spend our lives marketing the travel industry and destinations and yet it was my client, Bill Talbert, the president of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau who showed me this genius bit of architecture that was hidden in plain view.

Why EVERY hotel with a view doesn’t do the same thing is beyond me.

Check into the new Conrad Miami, you instantly see what you’ll be enjoying during your stay. That’s because the hotel’s designers brilliantly placed their check-in counters directly in front of floor-to-ceiling windows with an incredible view of Biscayne Bay.

Mari Garcia, Conrad Miami’s director of sales & marketing sent me this picture of the reception area.

The photo was shot at night so you can’t see the spectacular view but if you’re smart enough to read this blog you get the idea.

Thanks to Bill and Mari for the inspiration for this latest “Hidden in Plain View.”

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