Situated on 900 feet of pristine white sand beach, Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club, Surfside, Florida is on track to open later this spring in the exclusive enclave in the North Beach area of Miami. The highly-anticipated property is now confirming arrival beginning March 27.
“The Surf Club is rich with fascinating stories, and now, we are re-imagining Miami’s nostalgic past with the beach lifestyle for today’s sophisticated traveler,” said General Manager Reed Kandalaft. “Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club promises memorable holidays, preserving and respecting the legacy of the club while adding new elements and our legendary Four Seasons service that will make the experience of staying here absolutely unparalleled.”
Once host to poolside fashion shows, debutante galas, black-tie boxing nights and some of the 20th century’s most talked-about parties, the modern Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club will offer guests the same seaside lifestyle it once offered the likes of Frank Sinatra and Sir Winston Churchill.
With 77 guest rooms, including five unique accommodations that capture the essence of cabana culture, the hotel’s amenities include three pools, a beach, cabanas, a holistic spa and wellness centre, a kids’ club paradise and oceanfront dining in the historic heart of the Hotel in Surfside, Florida.
Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club will be the fourth Four Seasons in the Sunshine State, joining sister hotels Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach (also part of the Fort Partners portfolio of Four Seasons properties), Four Seasons Hotel Miami and Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort.
The Surf Club has brought on two of the world’s best-know names in food concepts: three-star Michelin chef and proprietor Thomas Keller of The French Laundry will be opening his first Miami eatery on the property; and the famed Sersale family will open a branch of their Positano restaurant Le Sirenuse – their first culinary venture since opening the original location on the Amalfi Coast
Martin Brudnizki, known for his work with The Ivy and Le Caprice in London, is designing Keller’s restaurant, while Joseph Dirand is responsible for Le Sirenuse.