Positano’s Le Sirenuse arrives in Miami Beach

The reimagined Surf Club houses a restaurant and champagne bar – and has a Four Seasons on the way

A bedroom at Miami Beach’s reimagined Surf Club
A bedroom at Miami Beach’s reimagined Surf Club

Positano and Miami may be separated by roughly 8,500km, but from a social standpoint there’s more that unites them than meets the eye, with each playing host to a formidable roster of tastemakers during their respective seasons. Now there’s a formal connection between the two, courtesy of Antonio and Carla Sersale, owners of Positano’s perennially elegant Le Sirenuse (www.sirenuse.it; from £350). This month they are opening Le Sirenuse Restaurant and Champagne Bar in Miami Beach’s storied Surf Club (www.thesurfclub.com; rooms from $1,015) – itself lately reimagined by Fort Partners’ Nadim Ashi, together with architect Richard Meier, as a luxury complex that will eventually house a Four Seasons hotel and residences, comprising the original 1920s clubhouse and two ethereal glass towers. In the restaurant – situated in the old building – team Sirenuse will keep things thoroughly Positanese, with all chefs trained in the kitchen of the hotel’s Michelin-starred La Sponda, and many design signifiers its habitués will recognise, including the famous profusions of candlelight and gorgeous Carlo Moretti glassware gracing the tables.

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