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Most of the rooms at Acqualina Resort & Spa are actually suites, from the 1,010 square-foot classic hotel suites to the one-bedroom suites, which can be connected to Intracoastal Rooms to form two-bedroom suites, all the way up to the brand new three-bedroom suite. Some of the one- and two-bedroom suites also have a convertible den with a writing desk and twin-sized bed. You might not find any distracting ocean views from this stylish little room, but that helps make it a great place to work when you really do need to concentrate.
The Deluxe three-bedroom suite was only unveiled in January 2011 and sits on the hotel’s 31st floor. This suite has two sitting spaces, including a media area with a 42-inch flat-screen TV, a PlayStation 3 with embedded DVD and Blu-Ray player and a reading area with cozy sofas, a writing desk and a wine bar station. The dining table that seats six sits next to windows with floor-to-ceiling views of the Atlantic. The master bedroom features a walk-in closet, 42-inch TV and Sony Dash Personal Internet Viewer, while the “family bedroom” has two twin beds which can convert into a king. The guest bedroom features another king-sized bed, and all bedrooms have their own bathrooms. If you’re bringing along the kids, another couple, or even extended family, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel offers enough different room options to give everyone more of the same luxury, without having to book separate rooms.