Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club Offers Signature Experience

Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club Offers Signature Experience

Those visiting Miami head to the sunshine state in hopes of experiencing something wonderful – the beachfront hotels, relaxing beach days, delicious and flourishing restaurant scene, exciting nightlife and not to mention…the adventures.

For both vacationers and staycationers alike, Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club, the recently-reopened, refined and European- inspired oceanfront hotel, wants Miami Beach to be done differently for their guests.

To enhance their traditional Miami Beach stay, The Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club is offering guests the opportunity to get out and explore the beauty of Miami - by either air, sea or land - through Cadillac Signature Experiences.

Guided and arranged by the Cadillac Concierge team, this special experience can bring guests on their own personal:

  • Seaplane adventure – the first of its kind offered by any Miami Beach hotel. This aerial adventure gives guests a bird’s eye view of the Miami Skyline or even a trip down to the beautiful Florida Keys.
  • Private luxury yacht – filled with a day of sailing, snorkeling, sunbathing and a Riviera inspired picnic lunch
  • Chartered fishing trip – expert guided fishing trip, with wine and beer included for up to 6 people. ** The added bonus: Bring your fresh catch back to Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club and the chef will prepare your fish, accompanied by a rose flight
  • Guided walking or bicycle tour – stroll Ocean Drive and Espanola Way, and additional stops in South Beach, to discover the history behind Art Deco architecture and what defines its unique style

Once your adventure filled day is complete, return to Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club for added discounts and treats at the oceanside Bungalow by the Sea, or Donna Mare Trattoria. More information on Cadillac’s Signature Experiences found here.

Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club reopened its doors just a few months ago after a multimillion-dollar renovation that artfully preserved its original Art Deco aesthetic designed by architect Roy France in 1940. Now, the hotel exudes a style reflective of the chic Italian Riviera with much of the structure still intact due to historic designation.