Florida’s new suite spot

For a luxury event experience against a backdrop of jaw-dropping panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, head to Fort Lauderdale’s exclusive North Beach where the new 290 all-suite oceanfront Conrad resort opened last month.

Designed by the late renowned architect, Michael Graves, who’s known for iconic postmodern architecture, the Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach pays homage to the city’s celebrated waterways and is inspired by the golden era of high-end cruise lines. The nautical décor reflected in the coastal suites, complements the balconies that overlook the Atlantic Ocean or Intracoastal Waterways.

Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach can accommodate up to 500 people for a range of events. Highlights include the Ocean Ballroom, outdoor Ocean Terrace, ten meeting rooms and event spaces, private conference facility entrance, state-of-the-art technology and a dedicated meeting concierge.

Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach also houses four food and beverage outlets, including Terra Mare. The signature restaurant located on the corner of Terramar Street, provides casually sophisticated shared plate dining comprised of fresh, locally sourced items. Cornucopia is the resort’s gourmet marketplace, where guests can personalise their dining experience, choosing from various artisanal cuisine – such as flat breads, pastries and organic juices.

Other amenities and services at the first-class resort include signature Conrad destination itineraries, which immerse visitors into the local culture; Conrad Spa; library; around-the-clock concierge service; heated fresh-water pool; whirlpools; fire pit and cabanas.

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