Last summer, the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort unveiled three new four-bedroom signature suites with marble bathrooms, kitchenettes, media rooms, and spacious balconies that have uninterrupted ocean views. On the 23rd floor, two of these spectacular accommodations can be combined to create the 7,500-square-foot Grand Palace Suite. High above the rest of the resort, the oasis-like suite can comfortably accommodate up to 18 guests—with a St. Regis butler on call, of course.
Booze Traveler, Jack Maxwell discusses his three favorite elements of a great Mexican bar on the Travel Channel. Be sure to catch the episode July 11th at 10 pm and on July 12th at 1 a.m. Check out the teaser here!
Ricky’s South Beach, everyone’s favorite watering hole, is teaming up with Red Bull TV for the ultimate big screen Bonnaroo viewing party Saturday, June 10 from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Red Bull TV will broadcast on a multi-channel platform with live performances, behind-the-scenes access, exclusive interviews and unique camera angles. The lineups shown will be announced early next week. Guests can expect:
– $10 Red Bull Yellow and Orange Edition cocktails
– Flower crown building station
– Photo booth
– Live DJ
– A full bar
– Food galore
If your usual happy hour routine involves sprinting from your desk to the bar to make in time for one discounted drink, we have news that will make you slow down and maybe even work a little longer.
Tonight, Ricky’s South Beach debuts a new extended happy hour that features half-priced drinks and food for five whole hours. The specials run Monday through Friday, from 5–10pm, and include 50 percent off the bar’s entire menu—from sliders and nachos to cocktails and shots.
An order of lollipop wings are $5.50, cocktails are $6, beer like Full Sail IPAs are $3.50 and shots are $2.50. To sweeten the deal, Ricky’s is giving away two tokens for every drink purchased. Buy two beers, and get a round of table hockey on the house.
On deadline? No problem—Ricky’s will reward you for all that hard work.
As its name suggests, Benetti’s new 220-foot superyacht Seasense was designed to maximize the connection with the sea. The yacht was launched last week from Benetti’s shipyard in Livorno, Italy. The owners have had multiple yachts, but this is their first Benetti. They also commissioned Dutch design firm Cor D. Rover to supersize the exterior spaces, while creating an integrated connection with the interior. One of the best examples of this is the stern area of the main deck. On most yachts, this is typically a limited entry to the saloon, often with just an outdoor dining table in a relatively confined cockpit space. On Seasense, there is an extended deck devoted to a swimming pool and sunning area. That, in turn, connects to the main saloon through sweeping glass doors that allow the outside in. Given its 35-foot beam, the area is like an expansive outdoor terrace.
Learn more about the Seasense on Robb Report, Here.