The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Miami Beach features a total of 243 elegantly appointed guest accommodations which all include spacious glass-enclosed balconies with floor-to-ceiling panoramic views of the ocean and white sand beach. They encompass king and double queen rooms, king studios, one and two bedroom suites, and a two bedroom Presidential Suite. Studios and suites boast kitchenettes and all suites include dining and living areas as well as a full separate bathroom.
The most anticipated hotel opening of 2012 as deemed by Forbes, The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Miami Beach, has arrived. A peerless haven of oceanfront elegance, quiet unwavering taste, anticipatory service and seductive amenities, this exclusive enclave is directly across from the celebrated Bal Harbour Shops and mere minutes from the whirlwind energy of South Beach, Miami, and the area's premier events such as the world-renowned Art Basel.
Wake in the morning as the gentle breeze of the Atlantic invites you to start your day. Indulge at Remède or simply stroll along the beach as the ocean caresses the sand. Indulge in gastro-pleasing delights by Jean-Georges at J&G Grill. In the evening, enjoy cocktails poolside or an in-room dinner party, seamlessly executed by your St. Regis Butler. You may also consider ownership at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Residences. Experience a lifestyle like no other on Florida's Gold Coast.
The welcoming representation of our luxury Miami Beach accommodations continues in the 243 elegantly appointed ocean view rooms, studios and suites. Soft, seductive, refined color palettes chosen by award-winning interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg fill the senses, making the transition from the crystal waters to the suites almost seamless.
All guest rooms are spacious and feature individual balconies with the largest all-ocean views in South Florida. Soft, refined color palettes, textures and artwork showcase the destination, with five-fixture marble bathrooms and modern conveniences and technology incorporated seamlessly into their design – from flat-screen TVs and iPod stereo docking stations, to intelligent control Butler service technology.
The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Miami Beach carries forth the time-honored traditions of St. Regis by offering sumptuous surroundings, incomparable services and an exquisite array of amenities to compliment your glamorous South Florida stay at our Miami Beach resort.
For your convenience, the Miami resort provides transportation to and from the airport upon your request. During your stay at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Miami Beach you will have access to many exclusive amenities and a beautiful beach where you may lounge in an oceanfront cabana that comes fully equipped with flatpanel television, mini bar, icemaker and Wi-Fi connectivity. You can also indulge in the culinary delights that are available at the luxury Bal Harbour resort's signature oceanfront restaurant, sample a rare vintage at the St. Regis wine bar, or revitalize your senses at the on-site Remède Spa.
Mere minutes from the whirlwind energy of the world-renowned South Beach, Ocean Drive, and the Art Deco District, The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Miami Beach is the perfect place to expand your incomparable lifestyle amid the vibrant energy and artistry of South Florida. Guests of our Bal Harbour resort will enjoy easy access to the refined entertainment options of Miami as well as the surrounding area.
Greater Miami and the Beaches provide countless ways to indulge in Miami culture and entertainment and experience a myriad of popular Miami activities, from the Miami City Ballet and Miami Orchestra to an array of botanical gardens such as Fairfield Tropical Botanic Garden and Vizcaya Museum & Gardens.
The Miami City Ballet has grown to be one of the largest, most acclaimed companies in the U.S. and the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens is the former estate of businessman James Deering of the Deering McCormick-International Harvester fortune.
In addition to South Beach's indelible nightlife, its historic district is host to museums, theaters, art galleries, fashion, fine restaurants and a rich architectural history. Among many is The Jackie Gleason Theater, a celebrated performing arts center and previous host to the 1970's Jackie Gleason Show, The Lincoln Road Theatre, home to the renowned New World Symphony, and The Wolfsonian, a museum built around the private collection of Mickey Wolfson and the works celebrating the decorative arts of the late 1800s and early 1900s.