As if a night at the St. Regis Ball Harbour wasn’t luxe enough, you can now add the world’s most expensive macaron to your experience – but it’ll cost you. As part of an exclusive partnership between the hotel and French glassmaker and fine jeweler Lalique, guests can indulge in the Crystal Macaron package, which includes white tea and gold desserts within a Dahlia-shaped crystal box of the French Maison.
There are good cookies, like the chocolate chip, and then there are great cookies, like the macaron. Then, in a league of their own, there are the world’s most expensive macarons.
But that’s not all: The St. Regis is selling new custom cocktails in Lalique crystal glasses for $200 each, which you can have engraved with your name or the memorable date of your luxurious Lalique experience.
For $9,703 (a play on the resort’s address – 9703 Collins Avenue), you’ll also snag a one-night stay inside a new sky palace suite. Located on the 23rd floor, the Royal Sky Palace Suite offers four bedrooms, a living room, and two dining areas for up to eight guests. The expansive suite features two King master bedrooms and two Queen interior bedrooms, all with walk-in showers. With four 210-sq.-ft. balconies overlooking the ocean. The Royal Sky Palace Suite offers an al fresco dining experience unlike any other. The suite can also connect with another Royal Sky Palace Suite to convert into an ultimate, eight-bedroom Grand Palace Suite. Not to mention the complimentary butler service.
Who said Florida couldn’t be chic?