Ritz-Carlton reopens on Florida’s South Beach

Luxury property relaunches 2.5 years after suffering severe hurricane damage

The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach has re-opened following a multi-year, US$90 million renovation. The property overhaul comes two and a half years since Hurricane Irma struck the Miami region and devestated the luxury hotel.

Upon entering The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, guests will discover a new lobby that is a celebration of the original design, enhanced by elegant touches that transition the property into a modern era. Steps away, the all-new Lapidus Bar is a classic cocktail lounge honouring a bygone era of Miami with live music, vintage cocktails, and a design that invites visitors to settle in and absorb their magnificent surroundings.

The Ritz-Carlton South Beach | Lanai Room

A true urban oasis in the heart of South Beach, The Ritz-Carlton Spa centres around a holistic approach to wellness that celebrates mindfulness and offers a range of therapies and journeys carefully designed to promote rest and rejuvenation. Home to the only Timeless Capsule in the United States, this one-of-a-kind elliptical space is designed to condense spa treatments and is the ideal offering for time-restricted guests.

The Ritz-Carlton South Beach | Lanai Suite, living room

Each of the 376 guestrooms and suites features meticulously designed furnishings and custom millwork, which blend together to create a space celebrating the city and its culture.  The landmark address is positioned at the intersection of Collins Avenue and Lincoln Road, South Beach.

The Ritz-Carlton South Beach | SoBe Lobby Bar

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