Four Seasons Miami
What it is
A 70-story jewel of the tony Brickell neighborhood, with a two-acre rooftop pool terrace.
What it isn't
Hands off. This being a Four Seasons, you’ll have valet, 24-hour room service, a multilingual concierge, and gratis house-car service at your disposal.
What we think
For those that want to see and be seen, Four Seasons Miami is a must. Daybeds prop up exceedingly glamorous guests along the 7th-floor rooftop pool, shaded by some 28 Royal Palm trees. Restaurants include Bahia, where the chef has a bespoke resposado tequila barrelled just for you. And rooms are the perfect mix of Miami pastel-meets-high gloss glam, in a palette of turquoise and sleek gray. If you want to spread out, ask for a one-bedroom suite overlooking Biscayne Bay; they’re a whopping 1,050 square feet and have both a marble-lined bathroom and a powder room for guests, should you happen to pick up any new friends on the sand.
You're here because
Your stay includes entrance to illustrious Equinox, and you find there’s no more motivating place to work off your many slices of key lime pie.
It has been a week, as they say. Which was why you were so charmed to spot the spa’s "De-Stress Package". A sugar body polish, body wrap and 50 minute massage—then lunch at the hotel’s EDGE Steak & Bar? That’s not only taking your stress away, it’s sending it out to sea to never be heard from again….at least until your flight back.
Set directly across from the Pacific Ocean in Miami’s well-heeled Brickell neighborhood (Saks Fifth Avenue is within strolling distance).
Restaraunts & Bars
Edge, Steak & Bar - Contemporary American cuisine
Edge Terrace - Tradition cuisine
Bahia - Coastal Latin cuisine