SURFSIDE, FL—The Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club has opened. The property has 77 guestrooms, a selection of hotel residences, the Le Sirenuse Restaurant and Champagne Bar, three pools, a beach and Spa and Wellness Center available to guests.
Nadim Ashi, the founder of Fort Partners, owns the property. Architect Richard Meier has designed three buildings that frame and flank the property’s original clubhouse. Parisian interior architect Joseph Dirand has been tasked with designing the interiors of the public areas and bedrooms of the hotel, together with the cabanas. Dirand has created a series of rooms that evoke a sense of the past with a feeling of the present and a hint of the future, according to the property. Five Cabana Studios are Dirand’s homage to The Surf Club’s unique cabana culture, situated on the original Cabana Row.
Le Sirenuse opens its first restaurant and champagne bar away from its Positano home on Italy’s southern coast. Led by Chef de Cuisine Antonio Mermolia and restaurant GM Luciano Sportiello, Le Sirenuse Miami presents a menu that includes both classic dishes from the Positano resort’s Michelin-starred restaurant made with ingredients flown direct from Italy, as well as new dishes debuting at this location. Playing on shades of faded magnolia, beachcomber green and mahogany, Dirand’s design combined with the oceanfront view evokes the same spirit that has been enjoyed for generations at Le Sirenuse Positano, according to the property.
At The Spa, designed with crisp hues of white and blue, wellness services blend traditions from around the globe with new technology and skin care lines. Eight treatment rooms are available, including two Spa Cabana Suites.
Outside amenities include pool experiences; a future cabana pool to accompany 40 day-use cabanas, including fully air conditioned indoor furnished spaces with full bathrooms. Guests can take part in an array of non-motorized water sports.