What’s New in Greater Miami and the Beaches
As hot a destination as ever, Miami continues to invest millions in hotels, restaurants, clubs and tourism attractions, as well as draw major new festivals and events. Here is an update on the latest news in Greater Miami and the Beaches:
Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach, the Sunny Isles ultra-luxury destination, has earned the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award for 2010. Known for its pristine Mediterranean landscape and stunning beachfront, Acqualina features 97 luxurious guestrooms and suites, a 20,000-square-foot ESPA award-winning oceanfront spa, two oceanfront restaurants, including the acclaimed Il Mulino New York, four swimming pools and an innovative marine biology-based children’s Acqua-Marine program. For more information, visit www.Acqualina.com.
The Daddy O Hotel, located in Bay Harbor between South Beach and Aventura. The property boasts 46-luxury guest rooms with 42-inch flat screen televisions, complimentary wireless Internet, iPod stations, in-room computer, ultra-plush mattresses, and is in walking distance from the Bal Harbour Shops and the Atlantic Ocean. For more information, visit www.DaddyOHotel.com.
Doral Golf Resort & Spa, a Marriott Resort, is currently undergoing a resort-wide renewal in preparation for the property’s 50th anniversary in 2012. Laying the groundwork for the property’s golden jubilee, Doral invested $16 million in 2009 alone. The top-to-bottom transformation includes a new par-70 golf course, The Jim McLean Signature Course, and enhancement of The Great White and Gold golf courses; renovation of The Spa at Doral and partnership with Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa; the new Bossa Nova lobby bar and a new Latin-inspired steakhouse. For more information, visit www.DoralResort.com.