Ritz-Carlton to manage the ONE Bal Harbor Resort

The Ritz-Carlton will assume management of ONE Bal Harbour Resort & Spa on Oct. 2, 2014. The resort will become The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami marking the tenth property in the hotel company’s Florida portfolio.

The 18-story tower overlooks the beautiful Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal water way and sits on five acres of landscaped gardens and 750-feet of white sandy beach in the neighborhood of Bal Harbour.

All of the 124 suites, including a 2,800-square-foot penthouse suite, have ocean-front views, European wood cabinetry, granite countertops, stand-alone egg-shaped tubs in bathrooms and terraces.

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The hotel has a 10,000 square-foot waterfront spa. Ten private treatment suites complete with ocean views, a serene waterfront terrace and a reflecting room for pre-and post-treatment relaxation in addition to a state of the art fitness center are available to hotel guests and residents in the community.

For meetings and special events, the hotel provides a variety of venues with 2,400 square feet of indoor space and an additional 3,400 square feet of outdoor terraces. The meeting and entertainment rooms are equipped with audio visual equipment and are capable of accommodating 110 guests

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