The 24-story, dramatically tiered and glass walled hotel has sweeping curves that are reminiscent of a luxury liner and design elements that recall the 1940's, with artwork that includes playful murals inspired by French artist Jean Cocteau and a 13-foot high mural of a seascape inspired by the 1880 painting, "King Neptune and His Horses." The property features 192 guest rooms and suites; 24,000 square feet of light-filled meeting space; a raised 29,000 square foot tropical sundeck with an infinity pool and private cabanas; destination Spa with a 99 percent organic treatment menu and an 8,000 square foot, water view fitness center. Four dining and entertainment options include Via Luna, the three-meal-a-day restaurant with seating indoors or al fresco on an oceanfront patio, a dramatic oceanfront Via Luna Bar, a private Wine Room with a 5,000 bot
The area's newest luxury hotel, The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale infuses the Gold Coast with casual luxury as the city's first and only AAA Five Diamond property.
Pets are allowed