Carillon Hotel & Spa

Spa, new age, beachfront

6801 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 33141


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At a Glance

This urban, sexy spa in huge high-rise buildings in north Miami Beach (formerly Canyon Ranch) welcomes the ladies who lunch but also the young, fit couples with a penchant for working hard and playing hard.


Spas have come a long way from the clear-broth serving resorts of yesteryear, if the Carillon is anything to go by. Days there are centered around the bevy of exercise, yoga, Pilates and TRX classes both indoor and on the beautiful beach, which sits directly in front of the building. The spa area includes not just the standard whirlpool, sauna and steam rooms, but also herbal therapy enclaves and an igloo room, to cool off in aromatherapy surroundings.

Guest rooms are contemporary with large, luxurious bathrooms and beautiful views of the ocean and beach. Some suites come with a full kitchen, though the spa's food is healthy and delicious. When guests tire of being in an enclosed high-rise, they can go down to the beach, walk along the boardwalk, or hit the Miami scene.

With the exception of dining room service, which can be slow, the staff is excellent. Some people derive calm and health from the natural world and prefer spas where outdoor activities such as hiking are an integral part of the program. But, if you want to get away from winter, get some exercise and check out the Miami Beach scene, then this spa will deliver a fantastic long weekend in the sun.

Who Should Stay

Spa goers who'd like the nightlife and shopping options of Miami Beach and Bal Harbour. Those looking for a stricter fitness and diet regime will prefer The Ranch at Live Oak in California or Canyon Ranch properties in Tucson and the Berkshires.

Written by Indagare

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