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    Miami has a new, over-the-top boutique called <a href="http://www.villabybartong.com/" target="external">The Villa By Barton G</a>, e 10-suite hotel where each room comes with its own butler. The home's former owner was the late designer Gianni Versace.
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    Events impresario and restaurateur Barton G. Weiss takes up style where Versace left off after a more than $1 million renovation of the 19,000-square-foot property completed in March 2010.
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    Versace's former dining room, renowned for its opulent pebble-mosaic walls and frescoed ceilings is now the old-world inspired fine-dining venue called The Dining Room by Barton G. It comes complete with Versace's china and crystal patterns.
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    The unique style of this villa even carries over to the cocktails.
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    Weiss is known for mixing wacky and posh and his South Beach restaurant. Now he takes a bit of that unique style and also applies it to dishes at the villa.
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    Weiss used his personal entourage of artisans, designers and craftsmen to bring his vision to life, including Bulgarian artisans who hand-painted all of the original frescos.
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    All the guests receive their own private British-trained butlers to cater to their every whim.
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    Suites are custom designed with Versace fabrics, Frette linens, Kindles and Sonos music systems.
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    The $1 million renovation included refreshing all of the marble floors, dazzling mosaics, elegant gardens, famed 1,000 mosaic pool (inlaid with 24-karat gold), and the observatory.
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