The St. Regis Residences, Miami
Centrally located on famed Brickell Avenue, The St. Regis Residences, Miami is an easy commute to downtown and top-tier local schools, with a wide variety of desirable shopping, dining, and entertainment destinations all within close proximity.
Miami International AirportOnly 20 minutes by car from The St. Regis Residences, Miami, this global crossroads offers more flights to Latin America and the Caribbean than any other U.S. airport.
Wynwood WallsA favorite of culture-seekers, this open-air gallery of murals has hosted hundreds of international artists whose work has adorned over 80,000 square feet of walls.
Opa-Locka Executive Airport Travel seamlessly and stylishly via private jet or charter from Opa-Locka Executive Airport, where the extra-long runway offers the ultimate flexibility in aircraft choice.
OasisThis indoor-outdoor venue draws diners and revelers with its creative food concepts—each operating from a cleverly reimagined shipping container—live music, and art-adorned bars.
dōmaWynwood’s popular dōma restaurant effortlessly walks the line between delicate, modern Italian cuisine and the kind of comfort food only a nonna can get right.
Buckminster DomeDesigned in 1965, architect Buckminster Fuller’s iconic sustainable “home of the future”—in the form of the eye of a fly—is the centerpiece of the Palm Court in the Design District.
Adrienne Arsht CenterWith multiple stages hosting live performances by local artists and renowned performers, the Adrienne Arsht Center is the focal point of Miami’s flourishing performing arts scene.
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)The PAMM attracts art insiders the world over to view both the impressive collection of 20th- and 21st-century international art and the singular building that houses them.
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of ScienceA planetarium, aquarium, and science museum in one beautiful campus, the Frost Museum covers the STEM gamut, offering it up in a way that’s interactive, educational, and inspiring.
Cipriani MiamiWith views of Biscayne Bay and sophisticated nautical interiors to match—not to mention those signature Bellinis—Cipriani Miami lives up to the brand’s unimpeachable reputation.
KomodoFor creative Southeast Asian cuisine served in a cavernous, club-like eatery-slash-lounge pulsating with that signature Miami energy, look no further than the one-and-only Komodo.
Brickell City CentreBrickell City Centre offers up four levels of world-class shopping, dining, and entertainment anchored by an ultra-modern Saks Fifth Avenue and a luxury movie theatre.
Vizcaya Museum and GardensTravel back in time to the Gilded Age at the stunningly preserved Italianate mansion and formal gardens that are the former estate of industrialist and collector James Deering.
ArieteWhen Michelin bestowed a coveted star on Ariete, they applauded the restaurant out for its easygoing vibe, bursts of greenery inside and out, and “dazzling” French/American menu.
CocowalkThis newly renovated, longtime anchor of Coconut Grove neighborhood has earned praise for its eclectic mix of independent boutiques, popular brands, and innovative spots to eat and snack.
The Venetian PoolOpened since the 1920s, this is the only swimming pool to be included in the National Register of Historic Places and the largest freshwater swimming pool in the U.S.
Biltmore HotelOpened during the Jazz Age, this regal resort and event space offers excellent golf, dining, and a spa, with easy access to the surrounding neighborhood.
Miracle MileThe heart of downtown Coral Gables, this walkable half-mile stretch of Coral Way beats, day and night, with the energy of shoppers, diners, and art-lovers.
LoanDepot ParkIt’s always baseball weather when you’re taking in the game from the comfort of the retractable roof stadium known as LoanDepot Park, home of the Florida Marlins.
Joe’s Stone Crab A veritable Miami institution, Joe’s Stone Crab has been serving up piles of seafood to anxious diners (who often been waiting hours for their turn for a table) for over 100 years.
CarboneA place where Italy meets New York in Miami, Michelin-starred Carbone offers elevated Italian dishes in a comfortable, luxurious setting.
Miami SeaquariumAt the popular Seaquarium, marine mammal shows with dolphins and sea lions are done with a commitment to championing conservation through rescue and rehabilitation.
Crandon ParkThe northern half of Key Biscayne is home to an island oasis of 800 acres of public land that includes a marina, a golf course, tennis courts, breathtaking beaches, and more.