The St. Regis Bal Harbour Unveils New Cabana Curated By Webster Boutique's CEO

The St. Regis Bal Harbour Unveils New Cabana Curated By Webster Boutique's CEO

As if there weren't already enough reasons to visit The St. Regis Bal Harbour in Miami Beach, now there's the recent opening of the Webster Cabana to draw you in. The luxury hotel has teamed up with high-end fashion boutique The Webster (which now has a location right across the street at the Shops at Bal Harbour), allowing the retailer's CEO and Co-Founder Laure Heriard Dubreuil to have full creative reign over the new 600-square-foot oceanfront cabana. 

The Webster, St. Regis Bal Harbour, cabana

“It’s a perfect partnership,” says Dubreuil, “our brands align very well.” The laid back Miami styling features signature flowered wallpaper, Paul Frankl rattan furniture with a floral print that matches the walls, marble floors and walls, and a coffee table with turquoise glass topping it. Anyone who relaxes in the cabana also has access to butler service, a flat-screen television with movies-on-demand, a Bose iPod docking station, a wet bar, and of course, Champagne, fruit, and terry robes and slippers.

The Webster Cabana can be rented for $550 per day and is currently only available to guests of the hotel during high seasons (basically now to March). The hotel is working on a package deal, which will include a room, cabana access, personal shopping at The Webster boutique, and a Webster To-Go tote bag packed full of goodies curated by Dubreuil.