Friday afternoon: Check into the 189-key oceanfront property, which was modeled after a luxury ocean liner. Glass-lined balconies give way to soothing interiors by famed London-based firm Tara Bernerd & Partners. The rooms themselves merge Fort Lauderdale’s yachting heritage with mid-century modern panache, underscored by pale linen walls, silver Roman travertine–finished floors, and walnut-trimmed furnishings.
Friday night: Indulge in a culinary adventure at signature restaurant Evelyn’s, where chef Brandon Salomon and his all-star team raise the bar on eastern Mediterranean cuisine. Enjoy classics perfected plus contemporary remixes in a seductive, Martin Brudnizki–designed space. Gastronomic highlights include the truffle hummus (laced with black winter truffle, organic mushrooms grown in Loxahatchee, and white truffle oil), the tangy pear and apple fattoush, and the wood-smoked, pomegranate-glazed Ora King salmon skewers.
Saturday morning: Rise and shine for yoga on the Ocean Sun Deck at 7:30 a.m. or try televised meditation through in-room wellness programming. Grab coffee and a fresh croissant at the lobby café, Honey Fitz.
Saturday afternoon: Lounge poolside at the family or adults-only pool (depending on your company), cozy in a canopy daybed or an ocean-fronting lounger. Look forward to complimentary treats like frosé, mezze cups, and ice-cold, blueberry-scented face towels. Order a Portside Mojito (the traditional spiked with a touch of matcha) and a light lunch of poke bowls, fresh salads, or ceviche.
Saturday night: Dine again at Evelyn’s; as Fort Lauderdale’s hottest table, it’s highly worth a second go-round. However, if desire leads you off property, pop next door to Japanese-Korean restaurant Takato, or take a short walk to Lona Cocina & Tequileria, a concept by celebrated Mexican chef Pablo Salas.
Sunday morning: Relax, feet in the sand, at the dedicated Four Seasons beach area across from the hotel. Request a picnic basket of brunch or lunch items from Honey Fitz to be delivered straight to your beach chair or daybed.
Sunday early afternoon: Cap the weekend with a rejuvenating treatment at the spa. The Signature Ebb & Flow Massage combines sound bowl meditation and a massage of fluid, long-stroke technique mimicking the movement of water. After, linger in the Himalayan salt sauna and the aromatherapy essence steam room, followed by a reawakening in the Vichy shower.