This historic beachfront property welcomes guests with classic Four Seasons luxuries.
Brimming with rich history, southeastern Florida’s legendary Surf Club once enjoyed a long, luxurious run as the hotel of choice for big names like Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill and other notable celebrities. Thanks to an extensive revamp by the Four Seasons group, this illustrious property welcomes guests today with an extensive list of gorgeously updated facilities and amenities. Of note is the spa and wellness Center, with beachfront treatment cabanas, a traditional hammam, and serenity lawns for meditation and yoga. Dining is also a highlight at Le Sirenuse Miami with a Mediterranean menu from executive chef José Gamez. The Surf Club Restaurant by Chef Thomas Keller features classic Continental cuisine, with dishes such as crab cakes, Caesar salad, lobster Thermidor, steaks and chops.
From the 77 guest rooms and suites, views sweep across the ocean or skyline through floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces, with some accommodations featuring wrap-around corner balconies with frameless glass railings. Custom-designed décor by Joseph Dirand brings elements of the natural beachscape inside, and Four Seasons signature beds can be personalized through a selection of mattress toppers. The hotel is home to three cabana-lined pools and a 24-hour fitness center, and while it offers business services, this is truly a holiday hotel, as is evidenced by the lack of meeting rooms. Day's end finds guests gathered at Le Sirenuse Champagne Bar, located in the property's original clubhouse.