Carillon Miami Wellness Resort


The Carillon Hotel opened in 1958. It was designed by Norman Giller, the celebrated “father” of Miami Modern (MiMo) architecture. This architectural style, which was popular from 1945 through the 1970s, is modern and fun at the same time. It symbolizes a uniquely South Floridian vision of life, one that guests encounter to this day. The Art Deco sign at the top of the building is the original, and a city landmark. Eventually, the Carillon’s light dimmed, going out completely in the late 1980s. In 1998, the city approved a massive redevelopment plan, which included restoring the original building to its former glory and adding two large towers on the north and south. (You’ll notice that the architects took cues from the structure’s MiMo style.) The project was completed in 2008. Canyon Ranch, an operator of wellness health resorts, came in to manage the property. In 2015 Z Capital purchased the property and restored the iconic Carillon brand while enhancing its footprint as the largest wellness resort on the U.S. Eastern seaboard. The medical division boasts experts and doctors in nutrition, brain health, chiropractic, acupuncture, relationship counseling, men’s health, anti-aging and cosmetic surgery. Additionally, the property offers the largest hydrotherapy thermal circuit with nine experiences, over 100 treatments options, 20 group exercise classes , personal trainers and a two-store indoor rock climbing wall. The Carillon Miami Wellness Resort is an idyllic retreat situated along the white sand beaches of Miami Beach. Accommodations are comprised of luxury apartments, one bedroom and two bedroom floor plans, which boast a full kitchen, spacious living room with floor to ceiling windows, dedicated bathroom with deep soaking tub in each bedroom and iPads with concierge services. Relax seaside at any of our four pools or wiggle your toes in the sand as you embrace the serene, revitalizing ambiance sure to evoke balance, tranquility and clarity.