The golden age era of vintage yachting and luxury travel are captured in spacious guestrooms and suites, which are decorated with tones of ecru and white and dotted with hand-selected black and white family photo vignettes from 1940’s Fort Lauderdale.
The rooms’ rich mahogany cases, leather -wrapped furniture and stone and crystal accents are enhanced and softened by gently limed oak wood floors, a graceful fabric-draped headboard and a sumptuous duvet. Each guestroom and suite features easy-to-use one-touch technology phones with useful hotel services and in-depth information about area attractions just a touch away, and all guestrooms have sweeping, unimpeded views of the Atlantic Ocean or intracoastal waterway.
With beautiful ocean views that sparkle under the sun and moon, the casually elegant Italian Grill is the new local gathering spot with approachable menu items. Entice the senses with simple, yet surprising Italian creations featuring Chef's Sicilian grandmother's family recipes.
Created amidst natural oak hammocks, the private, members-only Grande Oaks Golf Course is a par 71 and measures 6,680 yards from the tips. In keeping with tradition, all tees at Grande Oaks are perfectly square and are aligned to the middle of the landing area offering a variety of distances from which to play.
* Please note, the Grande Oaks Golf Club is closed Mondays. Weekend tee times for Ritz-Carlton guests will be honored after 12 p.m