St. Regis Bal Harbour

Glamorous, beachfront, serene

9703 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour 33154


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At a Glance

An old Hollywood sense of glamour pervades this resort in Bal Harbour, a twenty-minute drive north of South Beach.

Indagare Loves

  • The ocean views & terraces from every room and suite
  • The extensive art collection throughout the property
  • Easy access to the hotel’s beach, just a quick walk from the pool


The St. Regis Bal Harbour might be just a twenty-minute drive north of South Beach, but it could be a world away. And the entrance might have a de rigueur Miami façade—portico, liveried valet parkers, Lamborghini ostentatiously parked front and center—but walk into the mirrored hallway and you could be in another city, or even another era.

An old Hollywood glam pervades the public spaces, while the 214 large guest rooms feature mid-century design elements. And no worrying about whether your room will have a decent view: all rooms have spacious balconies with ocean views, due to genius architectural planning that designed the building on a slant.

Those looking to avoid the drive to South Beach will find comfort in the plentiful dining options on property. Located just steps from the pool, Atlantikós, serves fresh Mediterranean dishes throughout the day. BH Burger Bar offers a casual atmosphere with burgers, wings & craft beers. Breakfast and lunch can also be enjoyed at the lobby restaurant, La Gourmandise, and craft cocktails in the evening at the St Regis Bar (be sure to stop by at 6:00pm for the daily sabering ritual).

The St Regis offers plenty of outdoor space, with separate pools for families and a tranquil adults-only time, day beds and cabanas and a beautiful swath of beach, which remains much less of a scene than further down in South Beach.

The St. Regis offer suites or connecting rooms which can be an advantage for families. A separate sleeping area allows kids to nap or go to bed early while parents can still enjoy some downtime.

Who Should Stay

Those looking for a resort experience—not necessarily in South Beach—but with easy access to the city’s nightlife and restaurants.

Families with young children might find the fragile decor and high balconies a little nerve wracking. Those looking for kid-friendly amenities, such as a kids club, would be more comfortable at the Four Seasons Surf Club down the road.

Written by Amelia Osborne Scott

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