Four Seasons Hotel Miami

A tropical oasis amid downtown Miami
Downtown Miami has evolved into one of the city’s go-to dining destinations, but Four Seasons Hotel Miami helped spark the area’s revitalized energy when it opened in 2003.

Now with a fresh, modern look, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel remains the definitive hub for Miami’s power crowd and business travelers, offering a tropical oasis amid a bustling urban center.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • At 789 feet, the 70-story Miami hotel is Florida’s tallest building, so you know the seventh-floor pool terrace provides one of the best views in town.
  • Two pools make lounging the day away a tempting option. Relax all day in one of the luxury cabanas by the main pool or in one of the hammocks strung across towering royal palm trees by the hotel’s second pool, aptly named Palm Grove.
  • Equinox, located on the fourth floor, provides 50,000 square feet of luxe fitness and spa amenities. Find more than 100 fitness classes a week, from spinning and yoga to studio exercise.
  • For a sustainable adventure, go for a spin in the hotel’s electric MOKE vehicle and explore the cosmopolitan neighborhood of Brickell, home of trendy restaurants, art galleries and go-to fashion.

Things to Know
  • For kids, the concierge will happily arrange family excursions and special children’s daytime activities, like a day at the museum or the zoo.

  • Whether it's a culinary feast (like chef Nina Compton's Spring 2024 residency) or the Music City Nights live entertainment series, there's always something fun to be found on this high-end hotel's event calendar. 

The Rooms
  • Reimagined by renowned designer Tara Bernerd, Four Seasons Hotel Miami’s 221 spacious, elegant guest rooms and suites boast touches of mid-century glamour, city sleek sophistication and Miami flair.

  • Rooms not only provide frame-worthy looks at the skyline and coast, but they have the whimsical photography of Annelie Vandendael hanging on their walls as well.

  • All rooms and suites have lush down bedding, a full marble bathroom, a deep-soaking bath, luxe Diptyque bath products, Bang & Olufsen Beolit speakers and free Wi-Fi.

The Restaurants
  • Edge Brasserie and Cocktail Bar is an indoor-meets-rooftop eatery atop Brickell Avenue cooking up regionally inspired cuisine (grilled duck with Caribbean curry) and standout seasonal cocktails.

  • A Miami staple, the Sunday brunch features specialty chef stations, made-to-order pasta, a seafood raw bar and decadent dessert displays and homemade pastries.

  • Another dining option is Bahía, which sits on the nearly two-acre terrace nestled between the pool and cascading water wall. Come here for Northern Mediterranean fare such as wood-grilled oysters with green shawarma butter and swordfish kebabs with eggplant caponata.

Getting There
1435 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida 33131
MIA (16-24 min)   FLL  
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