This U-shaped barrier-island resort on the Atlantic "is like a castle on the beach." Activities "should definitely include relaxing in an Adirondack chair...more
Editor's note: This property is now the Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale.Melding the brand's urbanity with the town's identity as a top yacht market and cruise...more
Key Biscayne is barely Miami at all—at least in atmosphere. The island—a bridge span from downtown—is a quiet, moneyed hideout, where starched...more
This hotel makes it onto all the world's best-hotel lists for a few reasons: It's divine, with imported marble floors, antiques, Waterford crystal chandeliers,...more
It's a stretch to put "Palm Beach" in the name of this Ritz-Carlton, since the beachfront resort sits a ten-mile drive down the coast from Worth Avenue. But...more
The Ritz-Carlton company spent $200 million to transform the former DiLido Hotel, an Art Moderne landmark built in 1953 at the foot of Lincoln Road, into a...more
As the name implies, this Mediterranean-style resort is located next to a golf course, in this case the Tiburon Golf Club. Along with goose-down comforters and...more
The lakes and nature preserve surrounding the sprawling Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes makes the resort feel far removed from the theme parks. The truth is, you can...more
Originally built in 1936, the Riverside is the oldest hotel in Fort Lauderdale. It's conveniently located in the heart of downtown. In fact, you can stay here...more
Nurturing and intimate with just 30 suites, this boutique hotel a few blocks away from the crowds and the beach intends to live up to its name. You enter...more
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