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Three ways to watch the Miami Dolphins in style at Hard Rock Stadium

UHealth University of Miami Health System Cornerstone Club.
UHealth University of Miami Health System Cornerstone Club.

The Miami Dolphins may be a bit down on their luck, kicking off the season without starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is out with a knee injury, but the team is upping its stadium game. With enhancements to several areas of Hard Rock Stadium, fans have more than just the games to cheer about.

“We’ve worked very hard to make Hard Rock Stadium a global entertainment destination,” said Tom Garfinkel, president & CEO of the Miami Dolphins.

In addition to the parking lot redesign and addition of almost 37,000 trees and shrubs to the landscaping, the interior got several upgrades as well.

Luxury Suites

The NINE Hard Rock Stadium(1)
Crowd at one of the NINE Suites at Hard Rock Stadium. Photo courtesy of Miami Dolphins.

Now known as The Nine hosted by Aston Martin Residences, the new partnership with Aston Martin comes with revamped luxury suites. The addition of new teak flooring enhances the feel of the patio, which has high-end, cushioned chairs and love seats around a table and privacy glass that makes you feel like you’re watching the game from a private yacht. The atmosphere is appropriate – yachts sail on the ocean where dolphins live. Get it?

BankUnited Club Level

University of Miami Corner Club
UHealth University of Miami Health System Cornerstone Club.

Not only were all 147 suites completely renovated with DirecTV access including NFL Sunday Ticket, multi-feed sound systems, refrigerators and ice makers but also there are now Theatre Boxes on this level. The boxes are able to accommodate four to six fans in individual boxes within a shared suite environment.

There are also now four new corner clubs, including the UHealth, University of Miami Health System, where suite members can enjoy the corner’s interior space and bar.





300 Level Concourse

Party Terrace at Hard Rock Stadium
View from the Concourse Level Party Terrace. Photo courtesy of Miami Dolphins.

The renovations in this open-air area are available to anyone in the stadium. Fans can party and enjoy the game at two new party terraces. There are semi-private spaces on each corner to accommodate a maximum of 100 fans each. There’s also a double-sided bar that serves guests on the concourse, where game attendees can grab a drink and have a perfect view of the action on the field. The spaces can accommodate 800 people per game.

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