What are the guest rooms like at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort?

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The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort is a chic new addition to the Miami hotel scene, with guest rooms to match. Rooms at the 24-story hotel are elegant and contemporary in look, fashioned in a neutral color palette with Art Deco detailing. Upon entering a standard Ocean View room, you’ll be greeted by a pale purple foyer decorated with koi fish wallpaper. A long hallway then leads into the bedroom, which is decorated in a sophisticated color palette of cream, white and gold with pale blue accents. The bed with a mirrored gold tile swathed in imported linens naturally anchors the room. It faces a flat-screen Samsung television with Blu-Ray player; there’s also an Inncom touch-screen control console on one of the two nightstands that acts as a control center for the room. With the touch of a button, you can adjust all of the lighting in the room, open and close the curtains, call for housekeeping or turn on the “do not disturb” sign, adjust the thermostat, set a wake-up call and even check the weather. A small, curved gray sofa surrounds a glass coffee table stocked with luxe magazines like Miami and Bespoke, while original gold-print artwork adorns the walls. Yet one of the bedroom’s greatest highlights isn’t actually in the room itself — it’s the spacious (starting at 210 square feet) balcony that offers you a prime ocean view.

The marble-clad bath has a separate water closet, spacious vanity, soaking tub and walk-in shower.  In the living area, a pull-out private bar is neatly hidden behind white wood shelving next to the small desk area that features a chic and comfortable pale blue swivel office chair. Every room at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel features a lovely glassed-in terrace with oversized lounge chairs and ottomans plus a table and chairs where you enjoy the sights and sounds of the Miami surf. We simply adore the rooms at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort and think you will too.

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