Outside, La Côte goes for a south of France feel with a Mediterranean menu overlooking the pool and beach.And, if you’re somehow still not satisfied, a second American eatery and sushi restaurant round out the sit-down options.Here, every slick room has an ocean view, prime for lazy morning lie ins, big balconies or terraces, and vast marble showers stocked with Bliss products (book a massage in their gorgeous spa – or order up to your room).Of course, the more you spend, the more snazzy the digs get – think private outdoor rain showers and plunge pools at the top end.Floating over Lake Pancoast at a prime location – just a block from the beach, with Collins Park and Lincoln Road within walking distance – The Gates is an attractive offering for any budget.Inside, you’ll find an abundance of social space: the Lobby bar serves casual sips, the pool area overlooks the lake and street-side passersby, and a 24-hour gym invites fitness fans to break a sweat.Back on ground level, Andrew Carmellini’s The Dutch matches culinary mastery with a mood-setting indoor-outdoor space, while the pool’s striped loungers and cabanas beckon carefree afternoons.
Faena’s members’ bar is the beach’s most coveted entry point, harbouring elite visitors without paparazzi penetration.
And if the expansive Biltmore pool doesn’t meet waterside needs, the natural spring water and coral Venetian Pool is just minutes away.
Grown ups can savour excellent French cuisine at Palme D’or or indulge in the lavish Sunday Champagne Brunch, while The Biltmore Spa pairs with a Benessere Wellness Program to offer healing, alternative treatments coupled with premier cosmetic products.
While the Fontainebleau embraces food flare, it also keeps things casual for those seeking quick bites or poolside nibbles.
Michael Mina’s second on-site outpost, Michael Mina 74, is an easy-going bistro serving fuss-free burgers and seafood.