A New Era of Luxury for an Iconic Legend
In the 1920s, William and Rosamund Vanderbilt created a splendid winter estate on a tropical island in South Florida, bounded by Biscayne Bay and the blue Atlantic. Their storied retreat was named Fisher Island, in honor of Miami Beach pioneer developer Carl Fisher.
Today, the lush 216 acre island has been lovingly restored to its former grandeur as the ultimate private club, with the finest residential and recreational amenities to be found anywhere in the world. At the heart of this exquisite tropical retreat is the incomparable Fisher Island Club, offering a renewed tradition of infinite care and attention to the needs and desires of its Club members and guests.
The Beach Club — Serenity Awaits
Airy and elegant white seaside pavilions provide shade and synergy for the stunning all-new Beach Club. Superbly situated along a scenic expansive stretch of private, uncrowded white Bahamian sand beach, Club members and guests enjoy both pool and oceanside relaxation plus extensive lounging areas, casual dining and consummate staff attention.
The arrival of sunset over Biscayne Bay heralds a very special time of day at The Beach Club. Thatґs when Club members and guests can be found gathering at the outdoor Sunset Bar for pre-dinner cocktails and a chance to enjoy nature at its finest.
Dining on Fisher Island — itґs all about romance and cuisine
Vanderbilt Mansion — Fisher Island Clubґs formal dining encompasses dining in Spanish Renaissance era lounges, drawing rooms and also the quiet confines of The Library. For more private events, the elegant crystal chandeliered Ballroom can accommodate up to 150 for private parties.
The Garwood Lounge & Piano Bar — tucked away in the heart of the Mansion, The Garwood offers an intimate dining experience with its restored 1920s era oak paneling and decor and a wonderful place to retreat to for a cocktail, prime steaks and fresh seafood.
The Beach Club — the oceanside Beach Club serves c