Exquisite renovation that now includes a La Sirenuse restaurant keeps the Miami legend alive
The long-awaited relaunch of the iconic Surf Club, Miami has finally arrived. On March 27th, the playground that was saw Sir Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra and Elizabeth Taylor come through its doors, has reopened to the world following a meticulously executed renovation in partnership with from the Four Seasons hotel chain.
Five years and three renovations later, The Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club maintains its legend status and quickly regains its position as the place to be in South Beach. Alongside the private residences is a fully realised hotel complex designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Meier. As well as offering exquisite surroundings, picturesque views and world class service, The Four Season Hotel at The Surf Club also includes culinary craftsmanship of a Le Sirenuse restaurant and champagne bar.
The famed Italian eatery fits perfectly into the Surf Club’s vision of high class and sets out to compliment, rather than compete, with the American cuisine that’s on offer too.
Property owner and CEO of Fort Partners, Nadim Ashi said “We believe that the future of The Surf Club Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences will be even more remarkable than its legendary past”.
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