Bal Harbour St. Regis Resort and Residences Is Designed for Luxurious Leisure
The original name for the village was Bay Harbour, but since the builders wanted to publicize the town's oceanfront attractions, the word "Bay" was replaced with "Bal." It is a made-up word, combining a bit of the words "Bay" and "Atlantic," conveying Bal Harbour's connections with both its bay and its seashore. After the Second World War, growth escalated in the town, with residential lots selling like hotcakes and numerous ultra-modern, deluxe hotels and resorts being constructed, with a focus on luxurious leisure.
The 1950s were a heady time for Bal Harbour, as celebrities such as Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack, Ed Sullivan, and Count Basie congregated at its resorts. The village was as scintillating and sophisticated and satisfying as anywhere on Earth. It was known as America's Riviera, and it was the destination of choice not only for famous folk, but also for major politicians and wealthy businessmen and their families. Nowadays, half a century later, when looking for a Miami Condo for Sale, the upscale luxury is more impressive than ever; you cannot do better than Bal Harbour for the best in fine living.
The St. Regis Resort and Residences sits on the site of the old Hotel Americana. It continues the local tradition of luxurious leisure, with breathtaking shopping, food, and services. Bal Harbour Shops offer designer and specialty selections as fine as those in the world's most elegant and sophisticated cities. When you have finished with the day's shopping, and sunning, and dining, it is just a short drive to the Miami area's very lively nightlife, before returning to the Bal Harbour St. Regis Resort and Residences for a blissful night's rest.