Ross’s Comments – What you Need to Know about Carillon Hotel and Spa
This tower was completely gutted and fully renovated in 2007. The condo hotel units occupy floors 2 through 10, and floors 11 through PH level 16 are private residences.
The condo-hotel units can either be placed in one of the three rental programs (programs vary by number of days of owners usage and blackout dates), or solely for your private use. The condo-hotel units are fully furnished and turnkey with no rental restrictions.
The private residences that occupy floors 11 through penthouse level 16 are subject to different rental rules than that of the condo-hotel units and you pay the same monthly maintenance fees even though you may not utilize all of the hotel services.
If you do not want to be in a transient building with lots of traffic and prefer a large terrace, then the North and South towers will have several more attractive options for you.
The hotel and spa was recently sold through a bankruptcy auction for $21.6M to Z Capital Partners. Formerly the Canyon Ranch Hotel and Spa, the property will be rebranded as the Carillon Hotel and Spa.
The 70,000 sf wellness spa is the largest in South Florida. It includes 54 treatment rooms, Western and Eastern therapies, pilates, yoga, aerobics, indoor climbing wall, and even nutritional counseling.
With such a large wellness spa, several pools and extensive list of amenities and services, the monthly maintenance fees are significantly higher than most luxury condominium projects.
If you are a wellness and spa lover, or seeking that beach getaway home where you can totally decompress and enjoy all the spa services, then the Carillon Beach is perfect for you.
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UNIT SIZES 662 – 2,010 sq. ft (62 – 140 m²)
UNIT TYPES 1 and 2 bedrooms
# OF UNITS 80 private residences, 150 condo hotel units
# OF FLOORS 15
# OF PARKING LEVELS 2
DEVELOPER WSG Development Company
PET POLICY Pets restricted in hotel units and allowed in private residences, other restrictions apply.
24-hour concierge, valet & security
60,000 square-foot fitness facility with ocean views
State of the art spa facility with body treatment and massage rooms, sauna, steam rooms, skin care & facial rooms
A Health & Healing Center offering wellness services
Four pools for exercise and recreation
Full service beauty salon
Common areas for play, sports & relaxation
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