Miami: Fabulous Florida From Jenene Ronick and Luxury Attache

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There’s no denying the connection between New York and Florida. Whether permanently or simply for a weekend escape, Northeasterners have been migrating from the snowy North to the sunny South for decades. We’re excited to share an insider’s guide to four of Florida’s top vacation destinations. First up: the best of Miami.

Miami is a multicultural and colorful playground perfect for the young (or young at heart). Daytime pool parties transition into late nights at some of the country’s best nightlife venues, and the city’s international cuisine will tantalize anyone’s taste buds.


Sleep may be scarce while in Miami, but there are plenty are stylish places to take your siestas at. The {1.} Soho Beach House, 4385 Collins Avenue, is a sophisticated private club overlooking the ocean. The recently opened {2.} Dream South Beach, 1119 Collins Avenue, sits in Miami’s Art-Deco district and treats guests to ultra-modern décor with touches of the 1970s.


Dining: Miami is a melting pot of cultures and this is especially true in regard to the culinary circuit. Enjoy lunch at {3.} Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, 130 Northeast 40th Street, a vibrant bistro with seasonal fare, or weekend brunch at Oliver’s, 959 West Ave #15. Dine at {4.} Sugarcane,3250 Northeast 1st Avenue, a South American raw bar and grill, Zuma, 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, with a chic Sake bar and modernist Japanese cuisine or Cecconi’s Miami Beach for Venetian-inspired Italian, 4385 Collins Avenue.


Embrace art in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, which is home to more than 70 galleries, museums and collections. Highlights include the innovative Gallery Diet, 174 Northwest 23rd Street, and The Rubell Family Collection, 95 Northwest 29th Street, one of the world’s largest privately owned contemporary art collections. There are ample shopping opportunities such as the bar-boutique and gallery {5.} The Webster, 1220 Collins Avenue, or trendy Jessie Boutique, 1708 Alton Road.

Jenene is one of the foremost experts in concierge services and lifestyle management.  Over the past 10 years, Jenene forged and executed concierge programs with some of the world’s leading hoteliers, real estate developers, hedge funds, and Fortune 500 clients. Previously, Jenene ran guest relations at CNN for 7 years. At CNN, she learned to address the exacting demands of high net worth clients, and developed relationships with hundreds of exclusive vendors to seamlessly execute and exceed  requirements.  At Luxury Attaché, she leveraged her expertise to create a unique lifestyle service provision fueled by proactivity to provide clients with personalized service delivery, access, convenience and once in-a-lifetime experiences.  Jenene attended the NYU Stern School of Business, and the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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