Hotels in Florida
While most guests book their stay at Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek to visit neighboring Disney World, anywhere else, the hotel would be a destination unto itself.
Regent Bal Harbour became One Bal Harbour in 2009.
A towering lobby filled with totem poles, a replica geyser, and a waterfall-fed rock pool—this Orlando fantasy channels America's national parks to uncanny effect. Take a ride on a pony or in a horse-drawn carriage.
In 1926, Palm Beach society architect Addison Mizner ventured to the frontier swamp of Boca Raton and created his Jazz Age masterpiece, the 100-room Cloister Inn.
Located in North Beach at the heart of Millionaire's Row, the Deauville is one of Miami’s “Grande Dame” hotels, with distinct MiMo (Miami Modern) architecture. The property once hosted Rat Pack members such as Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, as well as Elvis Presley.
With five championship-caliber golf courses, spa facilities and luxurious amenities, prestigious Doral Golf Resort & Spa gives guests an unforgettable experience.
An old-guard establishment created in the 1880's, which now has 319 beachfront rooms.
1926 hotel, renovated in 2008 to the tune of $45 million, with updated Colonial-style interiors (each room has an ultra-jet bathtub) and a Daniel Boulud restaurant.
Upon arrival at the porte-cochere, an aptly-named Island Ambassador will swoop in to transport guests (via luxury golf cart, of course) to a ferry, which carries them to the secluded, private island near Key West.
The ultra-exclusive Casa Tua is a five-suite hotel housed inside a Mediterranean-inspired mansion. Complete with ornate columns, spiral staircases, and manicured grounds, the hotel has the feel of an opulent private estate.
This well-priced B&B located in the appealing suburban hub of Riverside-Avondale has four en suite colonial-style rooms, some with river views. The free afternoon tea is a bonus.
Formerly the Celebration Hotel.
Overlooking Downtown’s marina on Sarasota Bay, just across the Ringling Causeway from the city’s charming theater and dining district, the towering Mediterranean-style hotel—housed on the first eight floors—is a great choice for couples, business travelers, and families.
Even after serving as the backdrop for countless fashion-magazine photo shoots, the Moorings Village & Spa— 18 brightly accented cottages connected to the beach by wooden walkways on a former coconut plantation in the Florida Keys—still seems like your own secret discovery.