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Mandarin Oriental, Miami's curved architecture reflects the company's signature fan logo. The arc of public spaces—the lobby, Lobby Lounge, M-Bar, the spa, fitness center and pool—is oriented to the view of Miami and Biscayne Bay. As guests travel over the bridge to Brickell Key and enter the hotel, they are greeted with a vibrant, freestanding copper-clad restaurant designed by Tony Chi and Associates of New York. After passing through the portal created by the bridge linking the main hotel with the ballroom and banquet facilities, guests pass into the entry court where they are greeted with the soothing view of lush landscaping and a coy fish pond.