Florida Beaches

Sail aboard a 155-foot mega-yacht. Maybe check out a secret seaside recording studio. That's just the beginning of what you'll find on an exclusive tour of Florida's luxury beaches, resorts and clubs.
Related To:

Among the Florida Keys' many luxury resorts, the Little Palm Island is a private, 5-acre resort accessible only by boat or seaplane. The amazing accomodations include an Island Grand Suite, with hot tub, his-and-her bathrooms and a massage room. To complete the day, you can have a romantic picnic on the beach.

South Beach, a neighborhood in Miami Beach, is another Florida destination where you'll find luxurious beaches, resorts and clubs.

One of the swankiest South Beach hotels is the Setai. The resort's specialty suites include a penthouse with a 2,000-square-foot patio, a bar, pool and Jacuzzi. A private chef, butler and concierge are on call for VIP guests.

For those rock stars who need to work while on vacation, the Setai offers a professional recording studio. Artists like Beyoncé and Mary J. Blige have used the facility.

An evening in South Beach wouldn't be complete without a visit to SET nightclub. Be warned: getting past these ropes can be tough.

A-list celebrities, such as Rihanna and Leonardo DiCaprio, have been spotted at SET. The Trophy Room offers privacy for those who want to keep a low profile. Bottles range from $500 to $20,000.

High-end real estate broker Lucrecia Lindemann specializes in multi-million dollar beach homes in areas like Coral Gables, FL.

This mansion in Coral Gables, FL, has got it all, including a private dock. The price tag for this amazing beach house is $17 million.

For those who would rather stay at sea a 155-foot motor yacht called the The Triumphant Lady is the answer. This vessel includes 5 staterooms, a spa and a crew of 8, including a private chef.

The Triumphant Lady mega yacht also includes an outdoor dining area and a glass-bottom Jacuzzi. The price tag for a week's stay is $150,000.

Rachel Quinn, Disney Dream's cruise director, gives a tour of the ship's 14 decks, 1,250 staterooms and luxury options.

Among Disney Dream's accommodations are the Walter E. or Roy O. Disney suites. These concierge-level staterooms are spacious enough for the whole family, and feature a private verandah with your very own hot tub.

For those adults looking for a getaway, the Disney Dream offers an adults-only pool as well as adults-exclusive dining at its upscale restaurant, Remy.