After two years with tournament restrictions due to the global pandemic, the Miami Open is back in full swing and serving more than just games at the HardRock Stadium.
In 2019 the Miami Open made the HardRock Stadium their permanent home. Since then, Miami Dolphins owner and billionaire Stephen M. Ross has invested over $500 million dollars to add-on to the stadium to better accommodate both fans and players making the HardRock stadium the epicenter for some of the biggest events in the world.
“Were excited to be back in full force” said Senior VP & Revenues officer of MiamiDolphins Jeremy Walls during a media tour held Sunday at the HardRock Stadium.
The new outdoor campus for the tournament has 30 show and practice courts, including a center court in the main stadium for showcase matches for a crowd of 14,000.
Guests will also find plenty of entertainment at the Sunset Terrace. The outdoor area is spacious and offers plenty of shaded seating, dining tables and lounge areas. Guests can enjoy a taste of Miami at the curated food hall located under the Kim Crawford Wine Lounge.
Miami Dolphins Executive Chef Dayanny DelaCruz made sure to offer a diverse menu that best represents South Florida. “The idea is to bring diversity and the flavor of Miami.” Court 29 food hall is serving some of Miami’s favorite bites from local restaurants like Dos Croquetas, Bodega, Novecento, Chuck Waggon BBQ and Menchies.
If guests get thirsty and we’re not talking the parched type, there’s a wine bar, Maestro Dobel tequila bar and a coffee house for when guests need a little pick-me-up. If at some point through out their stay a guest isn’t feeling too well they can visit the wellness center located at the entrance of the Sunset Terrace where guests will also find a tennis ball Photo Booth for those who love snapping pictures.
Guests will also notice some painted murals by local artist throughout the entire facility like this 1-Love mural painted by artist and muralist REMOTE, which serve as serve for great photo opportunities.
With a new and improved WIFI system, fans will not have to worry about having service issues allowing guests to stay connected and share their experience.
Adjacent to the Sunset Terrace there’s the Pommery Champagne Garden with aerial views of the facility and some of the tennis courts. Guests can relax in one of the many shaded seating areas located on one of three levels all while enjoying some bubbly or sushi from the sushi bar.
This year the Miami Open promises fans experience will be the biggest and best to date.
For more information on tickets and schedule make sure to visit http://www.miamiopen.com