One of the best features in the newest high-rise luxury living locales in Miami (both already built and those in development) are the spa amenities they offer just for living in the building. No more heading out of your home or building to the spa on the other side of town, now you can get your relaxation with nearly no commute.
Park Grove has nearly 50,000 square feet dedicated to relaxing amenities, such as Pilates and yoga space, a 5-acre garden meant for outdoor recreation, a full-service sap with saunas, a complete body fitness center and aromatherapy steam rooms.
Similar features await you at Una Residences in South Brickell, with a world-class spa similar to those found at Aman resorts, and access to a dozen nearby parks where one can take advantage of nature’s benefits. Sunny Isles Beach may not have quite the luxury level of an Aman spa, but offers the equally refreshing options of hydrothermal experience rooms.
Tata Harper Spa is an exclusive spa only for residents of Jade Signature. Just down the road, One Thousand Museum Residences has an entire floor dedicated to solely to the pursuit of wellness. Following suit, Turnberry Ocean Club’s entire 31st floor is intended for residents to use to relax, revitalize and recharge.
Not to be outdone, Brickell Flatiron residents can exercise and relax in the clouds of the 64th floor, with cardio classes, a personal trainer, a dietician on staff, therapeutic steam showers and the Sky Pool. For those whose relaxation involves more physical exertion, the Gran Paraiso has multiple tennis courts, putting greens with a golf simulator room, state of the art fitness studio and a bowling alley in addition to a number of spa amenities like a hammam and hammam shower, garden landscape retreats and a watsu pool.
Being in the middle of Miami doesn’t mean you have to give up the peace and quiet – instead there are a number of luxury places to experience even more of it.