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The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • on the beach
  • quiet
  • luxurious family retreat

    Cons

  • far from South Beach and downtown
  • beach sometimes seaweed strewn
  • rental car almost a necessity

The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami Review

In this ultra-laid-back Key Biscayne setting, it's natural to appreciate the Ritz brand of pampering with luxurious rooms, attentive service, and ample recreational activities for the whole family. Need something to do? The "tequilier" at the re-invented seaside Cantina Beach can educate you on the finer points of his native region's drink (he has 110 different tequilas on hand). Hitting the spa? In one of 21 treatment rooms, try signature Coco-Luscious body treatments, a nod to the island's history as the country's largest coconut plantation. An 11-court tennis "garden" with daily clinics, a private beach, and beachside water sports are other options. Guest rooms have custom-made touches like mother-of pearl wall coverings. Updated technology includes plasma televisions and jack packs. In-room luxuries like robes, slippers, fine linens, and high-end toiletries are par for the course. The Club Level offers five food presentations throughout the day, and the Ritz Kids club has expanded its full- and half-day and Saturday-night programs to include island history, fishing, beach treasure hunts, and a kid-friendly blue and gold macaw. Borrow bikes here to explore Bill Baggs Park and its lighthouse.

    Hotel Details

  • 365 rooms, 37 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 03-08-2013

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