Experience the allure of the Magic City while surrounded by the Latin luxury of the Four Seasons Hotel in Miami.
Epitomizing luxury, the Miami Four Seasons Hotel offers a destination that is equally relaxing and sophisticated. Enviably located on Miami’s renowned Brickell Avenue, guests of the hotel can explore the many nearby attractions with ease, including Biscayne Bay and the famous South Beach District. Situated in an area well recognized for art and style, the Wynwood Arts District and the Design District are only minutes away from the Four Seasons Hotel.
All of the luxury guestrooms at the Miami Four Seasons are equally spectacular, offering breathtaking views of the city or bay. With dynamic style, every guest space envelopes visitors in a Latin American atmosphere of warmth and relaxation. From the crisp linens to the lavish textiles, the modern design to the abundance of Miami sunshine, guests are never disappointed by their bespoke surroundings.
Between the seventh floor Edge Steak & Bar and the poolside Bahia Restaurant, guests of the Four Seasons Hotel never have to go far to find a gourmet treat. At both venues, locally sourced American cuisine and fresh Latin American fare are served with style. Guests can sample the likes of Corvina Ceviche, Aussie Lamb and Mojo Marinated Fish Tacos. The Domino Effect and Vesper Martini signature cocktails are also not to be missed.
Downtown Miami is an exciting collection of sleek skyscrapers, coastal markets, outdoor areas and cultural attractions. The city center is known for its large event venues, high quality museums, hip bars, restaurants and trendy boutiques. Visitors will find plenty of great places to shop in Miami Downtown at places like Macy's, the Bayside Marketplace and Seybold Building - home to over 280 jewelry stores. Restaurants and bars like The Corner, Area 31 and Toro Toro provide visitors plenty of good dining options. Miami Downtown is also home to a number of excellent attractions, museums and galleries like the Miami-Dade Cultural Center, HistoryMiami and the Perez Art Museum.