A Sophisticated South Florida Escape - For all its glitz and glamor, the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa traces its roots back to one humble origin, a stray cocktail napkin. Back in 1967, famed real estate developer Donald Soffer conceived a vision for an upscale residential area. With help from his father, Harry, and a group of investors, he purchased 785 acres of South Florida swampland for $6 million. Development quickly began: In 1970, the first phase of the Aventura Country Club was completed. Ten years later, the re-christened JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa featured two 18-hole golf courses, tennis courts, and a luxury hotel. Ownership changes, renovations, and expansions occurred in the decades since, and today, under the watchful eye of Donald's son, Jeffrey, the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa occupies a spot on Travel + Leisure's "World's Best Resorts" list.
Resort Highlights - Five-acre Tidal Cove waterpark, Six restaurants and lounges, Two championship golf courses, Six pools âme Spa & Wellness, Collective Golf, Pro Shop and retail stores, Turnberry Kids Program, 120,000 sq. ft. of event space, World-class marina on the Intracoastal, Waterway Beach access.
Escape to Turnberry Isle Miami, a 300-acre oasis in the heart of the City of Aventura. It is easily accessible from either Miami or Fort Lauderdale airports and neighbors the upscale Aventura Mall. Indulge at the resort’s signature restaurants, including Bourbon Steak by celebrity chef Michael Mina and CORSAIR kitchen & bar. The resort features 36 championship holes of golf, a newly renovated wellness spa and fitness center, a unique 1,600-foot Lazy River and Laguna pool with waterfalls, and a 35-foot water slide, a full-service marina, and Canas Tennis Center. All rooms feature a private balcony, contemporary design, and luxurious appointments.
During your stay, discover why having been named one of the "World's Best Resorts" by Travel + Leisure Magazine. Explore 36-holes of championship golf and the elite Cañas Tennis center, or relax by the Cascata Pool. Rejuvenate at the newly renovated 25,000 square foot âme Spa & Wellness Collective. Let your palette celebrate award-winning signature chef Michael Mina at BOURBON STEAK and the American-inspired CORSAIR kitchen & bar featuring lighter comfort food. Shop the neighboring Aventura Mall or access the beach via the resort's complimentary shuttle. An Autograph Collection Hotel, Turnberry Isle Miami is a Forbes Travel Guide recommended hotel.
Luxe Accommodations in Miami - The guest rooms and suites at JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa are among the most spacious and elegant in South Florida. Each features a private furnished balcony or terrace affording stunning views of lush Florida foliage in Aventura, the championship Turnberry golf courses, or beautifully landscaped pools.
Dining - Savor South Florida's Most Exceptional Dining - A culinary destination in its own right, at JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa, bold flavors, garden-fresh ingredients, and chef-inspired menus turn every meal into an outstanding epicurean experience. Whether you’re dining al fresco by the pool at Surf House, on the breezy patio of CORSAIR kitchen & bar, or in the elegant atmosphere of the award-winning Bourbon Steak, you’ll enjoy South Florida’s freshest, most imaginative cuisine.
Wellness & Spa - Be transformed- To understand âme Spa & Wellness Collective is to understand modern wellness possibilities. The goal is to inspire total transformation of mind and body, guided by a team of traditional, integrative, and holistic practitioners. Fitness in Miami - âme Spa & Wellness Collective offers a 3,600-square-foot state-of-the-art gym featuring Life Fitness signature-series strength and conditioning equipment. All equipment is Wi-Fi-equipped, so you can surf the internet, stream your favorite shows, check email, and more during your workout.
Miami's Most Prestigious Golf Resort - Steeped in a rich country club tradition are the two legendary 18-hole championship golf courses in Aventura. Originally designed by renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr., both the Soffer and Miller have been re-imagined by famous golf icon Raymond Floyd and have played host to numerous South Florida PGA and LPGA championships.