The Place to Be
The Surf Club’s Four Seasons Hotel and Residences is located on 8 acres of oceanfront gardens, palm stands and trails. Designed by Pritzker-winning architect Richard Meier in cooperation with architect Kobi Karp, two 12-story transparent residential structures and an intimate Four Seasons Hotel integrate the historic building of 1930. Russell Pancoast Surf Club has been designed to preserve its iconic past. Combining luxury and iconic Four Seasons service and tailoring it to suit the understated elegance of this seaside place, The Surf Club’s Four Seasons Hotel and Residences provides every whim to inhabitants, whether they lounge on one of four pools in a cabana or dine with unimpeded ocean views.
The Surf Club’s Four Seasons Hotel and Residences provides a wealth of choices. Elegant venues for intimate entertainment at the historic Surf Club. Idyllic government spaces on the oceanfront and lush landscaped gardens to socialize. A sumptuous Four Seasons Spa and Wellness Center for rejuvenation and relaxation with tailored medicines.
Richard Meier has meticulously built each of the residences— including interior finishes, materials, and details intended to maximize sea views in cooperation with renowned designer Lee Mindel. Indoor and outdoor spaces fuse seamlessly, allowing the abundant natural beauty to be appreciated while maintaining privacy.
- S1007Move-in ready$12,995,000Completed07 Line4,63845 full / 1 half2
- N317Move-in ready$6,000,000Completed17 Line3,42422 full / 1 half2
- S303Move-in ready$8,995,000Completed03 Line4,08545 full / 1 half2
Design & Amenities
Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club, with 77 guest rooms designed by celebrated designer Joseph Dirand
The intimate Churchill Bar honoring one of the Club’s most legendary guests, Winston Churchill
The sophisticated Surf Club Restaurant by Thomas Keller with oceanfront terrace
Le Sirenuse Restaurant and Champagne Bar
Historic Peacock Alley in the meticulously restored original Surf Club building from 1930
Unique historical beach cabanas reimagined by French architect Joseph Dirand
Exclusive oceanfront beach with full Four Seasons services
Oceanfront Four Seasons Spa and Wellness Center
Two residents-only fitness centers in addition to a third Four Seasons Hotel fitness center
Four heated swimming pools, including a residents-only swimming pool, surrounded by private beachfront gardens
Richard Meier-designed palm walk, magnificent landscaped gardens and lush courtyard designed by Fernando Wong
Electronic access to all elevators and garage doors
Dedicated private arrival and valet entry for each building
Dedicated residence lounge on ground floor of South Tower
Private self-parking in select residences in addition to valet services
Four Seasons Lifestyle
Dirand has a vocation to work with historic structures, and The Surf Club’s Four Seasons Hotel provides an opportunity to reinterpret both American history—“a particular period of luxurious social clubs, sexy and glamorous life”— and Miami itself, he claims. “I enjoy Cuba’s touches, Spanish architecture, and Art Deco, the countryside, sand, and ocean color palette. Miami is such an inspiring place, and this hotel is a great opportunity to create the true feeling of Miami.” Under the aesthetic direction of Dirand, a new stomping ground for contemporary sophisticated society is being created from the legacy of the original Surf Club.
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