Published on : Friday, February 14, 2014
The exclusive three-night package delivers an ultra-indulgent experience that begins as early as touchdown at Miami International Airport – including helicopter transportation, a Ferrari car loaner, seaplane tour, private yacht excursion, penthouse accommodations, and aphrodisiac inspired in-room dining with a menu curated by The Dutch’s Chef Andrew Carmellini.
Priced at $55,000, only two “Turn the Lights Down Low” packages at W South Beach are available. The package includes the following:
Three nights’ accommodation in a two-bedroom penthouse suite featuring a Japanese soaking tub, gourmet kitchen and private terrace
Roundtrip helicopter transportation between Miami International Airport and Miami Beach’s Watson Island helipad
Roundtrip car service between Watson Island helipad and W South Beach
Private seaplane, yacht and dinner escape including: car service to private seaplane base;
seaplane tour of the South Florida coastline with Dom Pérignon champagne; four-hour sunset cruise and five-course dinner; night sky helicopter tour
In-room, three-course aphrodisiac candlelight dinner curated by star chef, Andrew Carmellini, featuring a menu that presents Double Grand Raw Bar Plateau topped with Ossetra caviar, a 28-Day Dry-Aged Ribeye for two with locally-sourced Swank Farms greens, and tableside Bananas Foster Flambé
Ferrari California car loaner for the weekend
Private poolside cabana at WET
Bliss Spa couples massage on private penthouse rooftop terrace
Two Bliss Spa Lemon+Sage Body Butter Lotions and two Bliss Spa Lemon+Sage Body Scrubs
Offer valid for stays between February 13 and 17, 2014. Minimum three-night length of stay required.
Pricing is exclusive of tax and any gratuities and is subject to availability. Package must be booked a minimum of seven days prior to arrival.
It is non-refundable and full advanced payment is required. Some restrictions apply.
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