The Surf Club – Four Seasons North Tower
Surfside is home to a number of prestigious residences, but none can compare to the legend of The Surf Club Four Seasons.
Surfside is home to a number of prestigious residences, but none can compare to the legend of The Surf Club Four Seasons. This oceanfront development is composed of the iconic Surf Club Four Seasons that dates back to 1930, flanked by two contemporary 12-storey condos designed by Richard Meier in collaboration with Lee Mindel. Both add refreshing points of interest in the otherwise secluded and pristine Surfside coastline. Welcome to the most exclusive seaside hideaway in Miami.
Originally known as The Surfside Surf Club, The Surf Club Four Seasons has been restored to its full glory. From the porte cochere entrance alone, one immediately feels why The Surf Club Four Seasons was the go-to hideaway of world leaders and stars. It features 77 rooms, two on-site restaurants, and a full-service spa. Adding to its long list of amenities are its landscaped oceanfront gardens, three swimming pools, and 40 beachfront cabanas that have the best views of the shoreline. All of the hotel's amenities can be enjoyed by the residents of The Surf Club Four Seasons' North Tower.
The Surf Club Four Seasons has a total of 150 private residences thoughtfully designed by Richard Meier to showcase the best of indoor-outdoor living. The piece de resistance of each residence is the floor-to-ceiling glass walls and 20-foot high ceilings, opening up each residence to stunning views of Miami, the Atlantic Ocean, or Biscayne Bay, depending on the unit's orientation. The hotel residences of The Surf Club Four Seasons were designed by Parisian architect and interior designer Joseph Dirand.