Area & Activities


Situated among lush tropical gardens, sparkling white sand beaches and turquoise waters, The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort is located in the Miami enclave of Bal Harbour. Considered among the most distinguished addresses in South Florida, Bal Harbour is an exclusive island village ideally poised on the only inlet of the barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway.


This island is home to the legendary Bal Harbour Shops. Located near the resort, directly across Collins Avenue, the shops serve as an international destination, attracting both guests and residents with prestigious designer boutiques, bistros, and outdoor cafes. Take a short drive South and you'll discover the rich culture and vibrant energy of South Beach, Ocean Drive and the Art Deco District of Miami.


Endless choices for museum aficionados abound, including the Bass Museum of Art, Wolfsonian-FIU Museum in Miami Beach, and the Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables. The Miami City Ballet and the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center offer premier live entertainment in downtown Miami, while the nearby Jackie Gleason Theater continues to provide star-quality entertainment. Similarly, the Lincoln Road Theater serves as home to the New World Symphony.


Professional and college sports teams, ranging from football to baseball to hockey, draw domestic and international guests all year, as does the city’s famed nightlife and annual events, including food and wine festivals and the world-famous Art Basel Miami.

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Indulge in Retail Therapy in the Luxury Shops of a Miami Beach Enclave

Shopping in Bal Harbour

 

Experience retail luxury with designer and specialty shops in this open-air mall near our oceanfront hotel.

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Hit the Links and Tee Up Your Game in Bal Harbour

Golf in Miami Beach

 

Unwind on the links of Miami and enjoy the challenge presented by dozens of championship golf courses minutes away from the resort.

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Family and Children's Activities

12.6 km

Miami Beach Botanical Garden

Phone: +1 305-673-7256

Miami Beach Botanical Garden is to promote environmental enjoyment, stewardship and sustainability. The garden is a unique, subtropical oasis of beauty and tranquility within an urban setting.

19.3 km

Frost Museum of Science

Located within Downtown Miami’s waterfront Museum Park, the 250,000-square-foot Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science campus-like setting takes guests on a journey from the ocean to the Everglades and from the human cell to outer space.

23.0 km

Jungle Island

Jungle Island is an interactive Eco-Adventure park in Miami Florida where you can meet and interact with some of nature's most amazing creatures.

Elevate Your Stay in Bal Harbour with Cultural Entertainment

Indulge in the fine art, music and theatrical options found in Miami and surrounding areas.

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Local Attractions

Bal Harbour Beach

1.0 km from hotel

Surfside Beach

0.8 km from hotel

North Shore Open Space Park

2.4 km from hotel

Oleta River State Park

9.5 km from hotel

The Ancient Spanish Monastery

8.7 km from hotel

Intracoastal Park

4.3 km from hotel

Miami Speed Boat Adventures

7.1 km from hotel

Lady Mitchell Sportfishing

2.3 km from hotel

Haulover Boat Rentals and Tours

3.5 km from hotel

Fitness Nearby

4.2 km

CrossFit A1A of Miami Beach

  • Cardiovascular Equipment
  • Free weights

Swimming Nearby

1.6 km

Haulover Park Beach

12.9 km

South Beach / Miami Beach

Family and Children's Activities

The Sea Turtle Club

Phone: +1 305-993-3300

Designed to accommodate guests ages 4 to 12 years old, The Sea Turtle Club incorporates everything from art adventures and beach exploration to cooperative games and team building, sports, and indoor activities. Full and half day available.

More Activities

Boating (1.6 km) Hiking (4.8 km) Jet-skiing (1.6 km) Kayaking (1.6 km) Sailing (1.6 km) Scuba diving (1.6 km) Snorkeling (1.6 km) Tennis (3.2 km) Volleyball (4.8 km) Nature reserve, trail (4.8 km)

Local Partners

Rosenbaum Contemporary

Chronus Gallery