Best Four Seasons In Florida
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Which is the best Four Seasons in Florida? Four Seasons Orlando, Miami, The Surf Club, Palm Beach or Fort Lauderdale? Read on to find out more about our favorite Four Seasons hotels in Florida, USA.

1. Four Seasons Surf Club, Florida

The most luxurious hotels in Miami include the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club right on the beach and the Four Seasons Hotel Miami in the Brickell neighborhood but not on the beach.

The Miami Surfside property is the one to pick for your vacation, as it is an amazing hotel oozing history and beachside fun, with a dreamy pool and excellent bars and restaurants.

Located in Surfside, right on the beach, this is our favorite Four Seasons in Florida, and if you want a slice of nightlife, you are a short 20-minute drive from South Beach.

The rooms here have been beautifully and recently refurbished and offer stunning views, with their oceanfront views almost hanging over the ocean with enormous floor-to-ceiling windows and glass-fronted balconies letting the sunshine in.

The pool here is the place to strike a pose, and the gardens lead down to the sandy beach. What more could you want? The whole hotel has a tropical feel, and the cocktail bar is the place to be seen!

This hotel is ideal for everyone. For families, it has a beach but it lacks the rides and slides that you can access from Four Seasons Orlando. Also, because of its historic design, rooms tend to be slightly smaller here, so this hotel can be very expensive for families as they might require two or three rooms to find the space for their whole family. At Orlando you can fit two child in the rooms.

2. Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort

Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort is nestled within the 47 square miles of Walt Disney World but tucked away in the secluded millionaires’ row of Golden Oaks.

While the design of this hotel is not outstanding, and there is no rich history, for families, this will likely be their best hotel in Florida because of the pools, slides, and access to Disney. The cheapest time to stay at Four Seasons Orlando are the months of July and September.

This lakeside haven has extensive gardens, pools, and towering pillars of palms and cypress. Tee off at the exclusive Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club Orlando, splash around with the kids at Explorer Island, or treat yourself to a soothing, post-park massage at The Spa.

The hotel has its own luxury coach service to the four theme parks, and your room comes with a free EXTRA MAGIC HOURS benefit and DISNEY FASTPASS+ up to 60 days prior to arrival, making it the perfect base for your next Orlando adventure.

Beyond Walt Disney, World® Resort is the new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This incredible new world is sure to excite any Star Wars fan young and old.

Within the hotel, highlights for the kids is the five-acre water park, with two elegant infinity pools, one for the family and one for adults only, two exhilarating water slides, and weekly Dive-In Movies at the family pool, which also has zero walk-in water. The lazy river sparkles and is never crowded, with giant waterfalls. It just floats you along…

There is a free kids’ club (ages four to 12) that is open from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, with its own water play area, water slides, and fun.

The look of the buildings has a Spanish or Italian feel with tropical grounds. The entire complex is an oasis of calm and the perfect escape from the frenetic theme parks. All rooms are large, even the base standard rooms will fit 2 adults and 2 children, and they have almost equally large balconies as well as signature Four Seasons marbled bathrooms with bathroom mirrors with TVs in them.

Book a room above the fifth floor on the west side, a Park View room, so that you can see the nightly Disney fireworks! The rooftop restaurant Capa is the place to go if you don’t have a room with a view of the fireworks. This restaurant is on the roof, and from here, you can watch the nightly Disney fireworks.

3. Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach

The beach at Four Seasons Palm Beach is beautiful. Palm Beach is a playground for the rich, with names like Kennedy and Astor as regular guests. This tiny resort on Florida’s east coast is the ultimate getaway for anyone who likes shopping at trendy boutiques, golfing on world-class courses, pampering at the spa, or sipping cocktails in a beachfront cabana. Try to stay for the annual sea turtle hatchings.

Four Seasons Palm Beach remains Palm Beach Island’s only Five-Star, Five-Diamond resort. With 47 miles of pristine golden beaches, Palm Beach, Florida, has a setting for everyone, from romantically private stretches of sand to family-friendly beaches with playgrounds, nature centers, and beach parks that offer snorkeling, wind sailing, fishing, or paddleboarding.

A key feature of this newly refurbished resort is the two pools, one for families and the other second pool for adults only. Catch a gleeful glimpse of a loggerhead turtle, or relax in a cabana all day long.

This is a stunning beach resort. A number of our luxury travel concierge clients are regular guests here, which shows how special this hotel is. They book with us for a prioritized room upgrade, resort credit, breakfast for two, and welcome amenity. We can also advise on the best value dates to book.

4. Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale

Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale has 130 hotel rooms and is nestled on a prime spot of beach and looks out over the Atlantic ocean. The beach is spectacular, with crystal clear waters and a shallow slope so you can swim far out while still being able to touch the bottom.

This 22-story oceanfront property boasts an oceanfront terrace on the third floor with dual pool experiences and luxury cabanas, a world-class Four Seasons spa, a fitness center, and a ‘Kids for All Seasons’ program for children based on the Ocean Sun Deck.

A signature all-day restaurant with interior and alfresco seating also resides on the oceanfront terrace with a pool bar, lounge, and an ocean-view outdoor café. The two pools are excellent and relaxing, situated on the third floor with direct oceanfront views.

Evelyn’s at Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale is an excellent restaurant, where coastal Florida cuisine meets Eastern Mediterranean flavors. You can enjoy elevated Atlantic views and fresh ocean breezes in an atmosphere of sophisticated fun.

This hotel offers a gorgeous beach destination in Fort Lauderdale and a luxurious overnighter pre and post cruise.

5. Four Seasons Miami

Four Seasons Miami is the cheapest Four Seasons in Florida and is located in the Bricknell neighborhood. This is very much an urban hotel in Miami, so it doesn’t offer the resort feel of the nearby Four Seasons Surfside resort.

This hotel has a convenient location in downtown Miami’s financial center, and it does have a two-acre rooftop pool terrace surrounded by palm trees and seventh-floor views, but it does feel like a city resort rather than a resort hotel or a place to take a vacation. That said, this is all taken into account at a cheaper price!

In our opinion, the Surf Club wins as the overall best Four Seasons in Florida, but if you aren’t sure, none of these hotels are that far from one another, so why not combine two or three in one trip and enjoy the best of all Four Seasons worlds?

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