This Beachfront Paradise Will Debut Avra Miami—And a Lobby Designed by Karl Lagerfeld—This Year


Acqualina Resort & Residences, an expanding hospitality enclave currently home to 98 luxurious hotel rooms and 188 residences, is widening their cultural reach this year by bringing in highly sought-after culinary and artistic talent. They will debut Avra Miami Estiatorio as the anchor to their new, 45,000-square-foot entertainment complex, better known as Villa Acqualina. This will be the fourth Avra restaurant in the U.S.—the Greek fixture on the New York fine dining scene has two Manhattan restaurants and an LA outpost. The restaurant and Villa Acqualina are the headliners this year for the idyllic hotel and residential community in Sunny Isles, Florida, not even to be upstaged by The Estates at Acqualina coming this summer. 

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Jules Trump, the owner and renowned real estate developer behind Acqualina—no relation to President Donald Trump—lit up as he explained the concept behind Villa Acqualina. In addition to the entertainment villa’s main event, Avra Miami Estiatorio, there will be family-focused entertainment on the first floor. “We call it ‘circus maximus’ and we’ll have ice skating, bowling, a movie theater, an arcade, and a room for smaller kids,” said Trump. 

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But as you move to the second floor of the entertainment complex, it skews more adults-only, with a speakeasy exclusively open to Acqualina residents. The third floor will be a party room, and the fourth floor, a gym. “And as a result of coronavirus, a lot of people now like working out outdoors, so we’re doing three outdoor gyms,” said Trump.

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