If you’re looking to plan a sunny Miami weekend getaway and are looking for the perfect spot that combines luxe accomodations, chic decor, prime location (but not quite in the hustle and bustle of  South Beach), and a storied past with a glittering list of names including Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor and Winston Churchill, then the Four Seasons at the Surf Club will be the perfect stay for you.

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Entrance to Four Seasons Surf Club

Located in the town of Surfside just north of electric South Beach, The Surf Club first opened its doors on New Year’s Eve 1930 as an exclusive members-only club.  It stayed that way for close to 90 years, then closed it’s doors in 2013. Four years later, Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club, Surfside, Florida, reignited the spark that once was by brining back the glam and reintroducing travelers to this legendary gem.

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View of the two pools at Four Seasons Surf Club

Pool and Accommodations at Four Seasons at the Surf Club

The hotel contains two pools, which makes it perfect for both a couples getaway and a comfortable stay for families. Three 12-story towers surround the original structure that include the lobby, Champagne Bar, and Le Sirenuse restaurant (more on that below), and house 77 luxury guest rooms and 119 Private Residences. For these, minimalist designer Joseph Dirand designed beautifully sleek and airy interiors full of light and fantastic views–especially the ocean-front rooms.

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Dining at Four Seasons at the Surf Club

One of the other highlights of a stay at Four Seasons at the Surf Club is their incredible dining venues. Four Seasons Surf Club brings the glitz and glam of Positano along with a taste of La Dolce Vita for dinner with their very own Le Sirenuse restaurant. While you wait for your table, enjoy some of the best cocktails in the Miami area while indulging and passing away the time at Le Sirenuse Champagne Bar, with Miami’s largest selection of champagne and beautiful cocktails. It’s housed in the room that was once the famous ballroom where some of the 20th century’s most famous and important people partied.

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Le Sirenuse pre-dinner service

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Le Sirenuse Champagne bar

While hanging out at the beach or by the pool, make sure to stop by Mare by Le Sirenuse for the perfect afternoon lunch. This ocean front stunner celebrates the sea’s bounty with some of the best seafood you’ll enjoy in Miami, including the best salad I’ve ever had–a caesar salad made with tun instead of sardines.  Enjoy that along with some pizza and rosé, and you’ll have one of the most enjoyable afternoons of your life.

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Crudites to get your started

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Delicious Italian food spread at Mare by Le Sirenuse on the patio

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Dining Al Fresco at Mare by Le Sirenuse

If a stay at Four Seasons at the Surf Club is in your future, reach out to me at ane@strongtravel.com so I can book your stay and extend complimentary VIP amenities for your stay.  As a Preferred Partner and Virtuoso partner, Four Seasons Surf Club prioritizes my client’s reservations and are happy to extend the following:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Complimentary buffet breakfast for two daily for duration of the stay
  • $100 USD Food & Beverage credit to be utilized during stay
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

In addition to these complimentary perks, Four Seasons Surf Club is offering my clients a 4th night free from now until November 27th 2019.  Let’s start planning your next getaway! You can email me at the email above, or feel free to fill out my trip request form here.

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Views of the beautiful ocean from the ocean front room