Miami Beach, Florida: It can be difficult to relax for a relaxing getaway. It’s hard to shake off the pressures of everyday life unless you choose a place to spend your vacation where the chains melt when you enter the lobby.
One such place is the Palms Hotel & Spa on beautiful Miami Beach. A few minutes from South Beach, this luxurious 4-Diamond Resort makes it easy to relax in a minute in New York. The secluded tropical environment immediately makes you feel balanced, relaxed and rejuvenated. In 2009, the hotel refurbished 251 rooms and suites with spa-style bathrooms for a total of $ 20 million.
Accommodations at Palms Resort range from superior seafront rooms with additional double sofa beds spa alsace to seafront rooms with floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows overlooking the tropical gardens and the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Complementing the room refurbishment is The Palms Spa, the first luxury spa at Aveda Beach Resort in the United States. The 5,000-square-foot facility features holistic treatments and rituals designed to provide a highly personalized journey after relaxation. Facilities include a couple suite with shower for 2 people, indoor / outdoor relaxation area with steam room, teak hut for pool treatment, beauty salon, fitness salon, Aveda shopping area and many other multipurpose rooms. Complete line. Of Aveda products.
Are you hungry after spending a luxurious day in the sun? The Palms Hotel-Essensia Restaurant and Lounge embodies the simplicity and elegance of a natural gourmet dining experience. The concept focuses on the pure essence of flavor in serving healthy gourmet dishes. Highlights include a wide breakfast buffet in the morning, seasonal organic produce where possible, and a variety of fresh Florida seafood. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Tiki Bar serves light meals and drinks throughout the day, making it a great place to spend time with sea breeze hammocks and palm trees. Hotel staff can serve light meals and delicious drinks directly to the pool or beach lounge, or in the shade of a tropical teak hut.