Finding an ideal luxury resort in Miami Beach does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Fisher Island Hotel & Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a minibar, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the resort.
Fisher Island Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and a lounge. If you are driving to Fisher Island Hotel & Resort, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as The Wolfsonian - Florida International University (1.3 mi) and 8th Street Designer District (1.4 mi) make Fisher Island Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Miami Beach.
Travelers looking to enjoy some burritos can head to Big Pink, Front Porch Cafe, or Senor Frog's Miami. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Italian restaurant such as Pane & Vino, Casa Tua, or Rosetta Bakery.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as Britto Central, Art Basel, and Lik Miami.
Fisher Island Hotel & Resort puts the best of Miami Beach at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We live locally and decided to stay here for a quick getaway and it became one of our best vacations ever! We actually booked the South Cottage and called to a week before our vacation to see if they have any cottages with two bathrooms instead of just one. We spoke with Eli who was so helpful and professional. He was able to upgrade us to the Rosemary Cottage. Side note: I could not stress how awesome it is to call their number and someone from the front desk is the one who actually answers the phone. It's so convenient than waiting for prompts and long promos before being connect to a person. The Rosemary Cottage is BEAUTIFUL. The decor, the location, the convenience and comfort ARE worth every penny. The rooms are beautifully decorated, clean and the beds are really comfortable. Our kids love the space and the options they had for their room. There are peacocks roaming around the whole property which my kids loved seeing. They also come with two golf carts that you can use throughout the property. The people that work here are very friendly. From the front desk to the bellman, bartender even the person who helped with our beach chairs and always happy to help! We love the beach they have in property because is right in front of the hotel beach restaurant and you can order your food and hangout on the beach without having to walk too far. The food is really good too! Don't be discouraged to order from the restaurants outside hotel property in the island because even their convenience store has good food. They have everything you need, even caviar. : ) They also have a nice place ground where my kids spent the afternoon. If we weren't there, we'd be in the pool or just driving around the island. The ferry was on rotation 24/7 so we had no issues getting in and out of the island. We definitely enjoyed our stay and are already looking forward to going back. So if you want experience Miami without the hustle bustle of downtown during the day and just relax, this is the place to stay in.…
I haven’t been here for about 10 years and that’s too bad because I had a really restful and enjoyable weekend here. Now the hotel doesn’t use condos around the island but is limited to 15 cottages on the hotel property. You really do feel like you’re a guest at the Vanderbilt mansion when you come here and the bungalows feel like the Beverly Hills Hotel. They put nice fruit and water in your room and you get beautiful turn-down treats at night. I had a cottage with a garden and jacuzzi out back. The bathroom was quite nice and everything was decorated tastefully. They’ve done some redecorating and have managed to keep the authentic spirit of the place with a bit of pizzazz for the next generation. You can see this all over the property, especially at the spa which has been completely redone and the mansion as well which has its dark places and its brighter settings. It’s all very convenient here because you can walk 2 minutes to the beach, spa or the food outlets at the mansion, which is the focal point of the hotel. You get a golf cart and you can ride anywhere on the island within 5 minutes. There are pools at the hotel as well as in the spa. The white-sanded beach is inviting and was not crowded even on Sunday when people showed up. In the summertime, the best thing to do is to come in the last 2 hours of the day when everyone has left. All the food here was quite good; dinners at the mansion at Garwood and the Porto Cervo Italian restaurant at the marina were excellent. Breakfast at the Beach Club was less impressive but still fine. Food prices are subsidized here and it is a privilege to get such fine food at a good price (which at least gives you added benefit from the daily membership fee you pay here while being a hotel guest). There is a good food market where you can get newspapers, ready-made bakery and take-away food (the bakery is home-made and fantastic) and groceries. It’s a lot easier to be here than on the mainland where you have to find everything you want. During a summer weekend, not many people are here and you feel like you have the island pretty much to yourself. There weren’t much more than a dozen people eating dinner at Garwood on Friday night and the room is beautiful with a live pianist on the weekends. There is a convenient ferry from the mainland which takes 10 minutes and runs about every 15 minutes. You can arrive with the Bentleys. The birds are still at the aviary; the observatory appears to have closed for covid and not yet reopened (and I wonder when they ever get a clear night where you can see anything). The gym is excellent and has everything you could want (OK, they could use a bicep and tricep extension machine) and the spa is very plush and well equipped with expert therapists. I found service to be friendly and down to earth. People here may be wealthy but they seem to be nice. There are a lot of guests and residents here from around the world and you will often hear a language other than English being spoken. Families with children have been moving in and the day school is doubling in size to include a high school and a spanking new gymnasium. I saw several families at the hotel. The pool starts at 4 ½ feet and it’s not kid-friendly, so bring floaties if you have kids. That was a big problem for us 10 years ago when our kids couldn’t yet swim, and it’s one reason we moved on to other resorts with the kids and had this place go out of mind. They know about this issue for over a decade but obviously don't care to change it. My understanding is that it costs about $350,000 to become a member here if you buy a property, and then about $50,000 a year to maintain your membership. If you make $2 million a year and live in New York, that’s a good deal because you could just take one year’s money you’d pay annually for income tax (about $300,000) and trade it for a rather nice lifestyle. Most people here don’t live here most of the year. The best deal of all is just pay $150 a day toward the membership and stay in the hotel for the 10-20 days a year you might want to be there. Room rates are not that high, especially during the summer. They even charge your golf cart at night which they don’t do if you live there. But beware, the hotel is small with only 15 places to stay and it books out a long time in advance, especially during the winter season. When you leave the property, it’s not a bad idea to let them book a taxi for you. When I left the property, I booked an Uber. One cancelled, the next one was confusing where to meet but meanwhile I got to the airport but was sweaty in the summer heat and racked up about it. Once you are in the car, it’s just a 15 minute ride to the airport if there is no traffic. Problem is, the MacArthur Causeway has become heavily trafficked in both directions over the past decade or so, and that’s the downside of leaving this lovely island. Wherever you go once you leave, you’re bound to be stuck in traffic with only road in and out. It’s not something I’d relish if I thought about living here but as long as you are happy to come to the hotel and stay on the island without going around the city, it’s a great way to chill out.…
This is by far the best hotel I’ve ever stay in! Employee Stephanie was one of the kindness humans I’ve ever met. Rooms are clean and all the employees were pleasant and have great customer service. Thank you Fisher Inn will be visiting every chance we get! Applause on customer service and great service!
Fantastic resort with outstanding service away from it all but still only 30 minutes from Miami Beach or Downtown Miami. It’s true that you will have to take the ferry to and fro but the service is quick and efficient. The resort itself is quiet and peaceful and as a client you are being pampered from the first minute you arrive. There are several restaurants which you may choose from, casual or fancy. We were staying in a cottage with two bedrooms, a sitting room, a kitchen and a patio with jacuzzi and enjoyed the calm and seclusion. Every party has its own golf cart which allows you to get around the island easily. The resort has its prize but if you are looking for a relaxing stay it’s the place to be!
you will feel relax and in paradise kids friendly and also nice view romantic and I enjoy the spa never crowded food is good and drinks I know you will be happy with this stay nice cute market on the island and gym
We stayed in a cottage which was well worth the price. It was spacious, well appointed, and conveniently located. The ferry trip was quaint and convenient. Service was outstanding. The restaurant had great food and a great view. The resort and island were very picturesque.
Loved this resort. Very romantic and luxurious. You have your own private jacuzzi. The beach is never crowded and totally pristine. Peacocks and large iguanas roam free on the grounds. Top notch restaurants and service. Just a gorgeous setting. Loved the pool as well. You can drive golf carts around the island and they have a little market on the island to get whatever you need. The spa and gym are convenient and modern. Cannot recommend enough.
My wife and I stayed for three days at Fisher Island Resort and Spa. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. It is a beautiful property and the island provides great walking and running courses. We loved our suite with a hot tub outside. The food was amazing! We ate at all three restaurants and thoroughly enjoyed all of the food. We also enjoyed the beach and the beach service was excellent. The only downside to the resort is that it is very expensive even in reference to other 5 star resorts.
I had a gift certificate someone gave me to go an enjoy a day at the spa. First, booking an appointment was a total headache! I tried calling several times but no one answered the phone that was written on the certificate which was 305.535.6031. I even left a voice message but again no one called me back. Then, I went online and found the direct line of the hotel so I called to see if some one could transfer me to the spa but again no one did. After a few hours of trying to get in contact finally a woman answered and there I realize this was just staring. The person who answered the phone had no idea of anything and by this I mean every time asked her something she replied "let me ask" then she put me on hold for a while. let me tell you this person was lucky that I've so much patience otherwise I would've went nuts!. Finally, I was able to book my appointment! please be aware that this was my first time ever!!! going to this place meaning that I've no idea of how things are manage there so I asked this woman the usual things... can I go earlier?, can I stay after the treatment and enjoy the facilities?, how long before the treatment I'm supposed to get there ?... this person told me don't worry WE WOULD CALL YOU A DAY BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT BECAUSE YOU NEED TO GET "CLEARANCE TO ENTER THE ISLAND" as I said I've never been to this place so I'd no idea of this. Long story short I've to reschedule my appointment the first time for the following week and so the day I actually had my appointment I realize no one had call me for the "clearance" I called many times!! even the main line of the hotel but no one answer! 20 minutes after the actual appointment time I got a call it was a women (which I believe it was the same one who booked my appointment) asking me if I was going I told her I've been trying to get in contact but no one answered! so I guest I'm not going! then she was like: "oh! let me ask my manager because you have to pay" to what I reply " I've a gift certificate so I don't think so" this woman put me on hold for so long that even my husband was getting angry? what type of customer service this is? so when this lady finally came back to the line told me that was fine that I wasn't going to be able to use this certificate. To be honest I didn't care anymore it was just to much stress when it should be something different is a SPA isn't it?. Anyway just to make sure I wasn't crazy I asked a final question "Lady, wasn't I suppose to get a clearance or something to be able to have my appointment" Funniest part! she said "oh! let me ask". her answer was that I was the one that was supposed to call them!! (when I was told a complete different thing when making the appointment). Can you imagine my being there and not being able to enter because of this wrong information!!!!! My opinion may not matter but being this place such a "thing" how come they have this miscommunication? people that doesn't have a clue of what their doing! and even worst Don't know any information about the place where they are working! I understand if you don't have the answer to something but every time I asked something they put me on hold for a long time and I just thing this isn't right!…
So we visited Fishers Island , little did we know it was once a private island for the Vanderbilt's , very luxurious , you have to have reservations or invited to ride the ferry over , the pizza is awesome at Trattaoria, the most thin crust I have ever eaten , and @ 62 I have had a few slices in my day