At the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club, the vibe is more sweet-natured family friend than you would expect. That said, it’s probably a few multi-million renovations away from being the hottest new hideaway in town. We do know that the true charm of Surfside is at odds with some of the things that you might have read about this specific luxury hotel, but it is what it is.
What made you fall in love with the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club?
First and foremost, this one offers a rather unique style: it combines Old Florida glamor with contemporary trends and undeniable luxury. It’s also very easy to get used to the idea of a quiet, civilized place to relax.
What are the main services offered for visitors?
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
And several others. Listing all the options that are available for the visitors is going to take up half the page, which is not something that you will be interested in, anyway.
What are the rooms like?
The rooms themselves are simply magnificent. The legendary architect Richard Meier should be proud of his work: even in 2021, this hotel feels like a welcome and contemporary oasis, perfectly suited to a cosmopolitan lifestyle.
Anything interesting in terms of food and drinks?
La Sirenuse, with both an extravagant champagne bar and dining hall, is positioned inside The Club’s original ball room. Bringing that unique Pasitano flavor to Miami, it offers a broad of options for people that appreciate finer things in life.
What’s the biggest flaw?
It’s impossible to say that this hotel is totally flawless because many feel it’s somewhat overpriced. Even the most modest breakfast can cost you up to $50 and that’s not okay. One more thing that you should probably note is the fact that it could be a tad tidier. There’s nothing that can be done about it now, but during the stay at the hotel, it was noticeable. It’s a minor nitpick overall, but it should have been addressed anyway to keep this review honest.