Luxe Miami Getaway
WHEN IN MIAMI, paradise is always just around the corner. The city is a gateway to so many stunning destinations, from tropical Caribbean islands to elegant Atlantic estates.
Dreaming of our next getaway, we turned to Gina and Glenn’s go-to travel agent, Josh Alexander. Originally from Miami, Josh is a leading luxury travel expert who offers a high-touch, personalized service for a discerning clientele.
With offices in New York, Beverly Hills and London, his top ten agency is known for delivering incredible value, leveraging industry contacts to create unforgettable experiences.
Josh spends significant time personally vetting properties in the world’s hottest honeymoon destinations, so who better to inform our Miami getaway bucket list? Whatever your version of paradise, you’re sure to find it here.
Southern charm reigns supreme at this secluded island lodging, where days of kayaking, horseback riding or lounging on the private beach end with iced tea on the porch overlooking the ocean. The epitome of coastal Atlantic living, Elizabeth Point’s classic American vibes will take you back to the Gatsby era.
Ocean View Club
This outstandingly chic Caribbean getaway is small but mighty. Each room is uniquely designed in an artful, yet relaxed style and offers glittering turquoise ocean views. The family-owned operation aims to be your second home, promising good food, engaging conversation and discreet relaxation.
Escape to the tranquil shores of Paradise Island, where a polished private estate awaits. Surrounded by lush manicured gardens and expansive green lawns, the One & Only commands an enviable stretch of white sand. Start your day with complimentary yoga on the beach deck, end with dinner by globally renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Bypass the tourist bustle of Key West and settle into one of 40 white-washed cottages on Sunset Key. Occupying a 27-acre private island, the hotel offers a spa, restaurant, tropical pool, tennis courts and private beaches. And when you’re craving a little more excitement, Key West’s fab shopping and nightlife is always a quick ferry ride away.
Steps from Old Town Key West’s central Mallory Square, this lovely resort is an oasis in the heart of all the action. You might relax by the peaceful rooftop pool before your treatment at the Balinese-inspired spa, and then enjoy dinner at Hot Tin Roof, an acclaimed waterfront restaurant that pays homage to Tennessee Williams.
Looking to unplug completely? The most exclusive and romantic of Florida Key resorts maintains a strict no phone, no laptop policy—and you won’t even find a TV in your private bungalow suite. It’s a best-kept secret of celebs and US presidents prioritizing seclusion, privacy and all the best amenities.
Surrounded by nature as far as the eye can see, Streamsong is Florida’s premier golf resort. Beyond
the award-winning courses, this modern luxury lodging offers a spa, fitness center, restaurants, a rooftop lounge and a glorious lakeside pool. Plus, non-golfers can also enjoy the landscape with a little hiking, archery, or fishing.
Welcome to the original Palm Beach resort. The Breakers was founded in 1896 and remains one of the most coveted bookings in south Florida. Known for its majestic event spaces (and incredible weddings), five-acre beachfront, fabulous collection of restaurants and full suite of activities and amenities, it’s a classic high-end retreat with plenty of room to roam.
The winner of multiple Reader’s Choice Awards from Conde Nast Traveler, this 18-acre resort harbors just 18 luxury cottages and homes on a former coconut planation. Enjoy the sensation of being on a remote Caribbean island as you relax on perfect white sand, or explore the aquamarine waters through snorkleing, kayaking or wind surfing.
A modern, all-white look allows the scenery to shine at this pristine Carribbean hideaway. Lounge by the hilltop infinity pool or on one of two private beaches to take in the breathtaking island landscape. Then, enjoy a cocktail at the sunset bar and dinner at the Gregory Town Grill before traipsing back to your private bungalow.
Known for its perfectly pink sand, gently colored by finely crushed coral, the beaches of Habour Island are often called the world’s most beautiful. This historic destination was built in 1791 by Lord Dunmore, after whom this fabulous resort is named. Here, accommodations range from charming ocean view cottages to spacious private homes.
What would it be like to spare no expense on your next getaway? Check out these ultra-luxurious private retreats, all just a quick flight from Miami.
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