New York Magazine

A special advertising section in New York magazine's January 23, 2017 issue.


It’s time to trade in your snow boots for bare feet, because the Sunshine State is calling. Featuring something for everyone—from family-friendly activities to havens for a romantic respite—Florida offers the best winter getaway destination.

Amelia Island Amelia Island
Located just 45 minutes from Jacksonville International Airport, Amelia Island boasts 13 miles of wide, uncrowded beaches and plenty of family-friendly activities. Soak up serenity while also indulging in kayaking, surfing, paddleboarding, nature trails, biking, two state parks, 117 holes of championship golf, and horseback riding on the beach— one of the few places where you can enjoy this activity.
Amelia Island
The Florida Keys and Key West The Florida Keys and Key West
Made up of 120 miles of tropical islands, you’ll never face a shortage of things to do in The Florida Keys. It’s by far one of the most unique places on earth, with islands rich in art and culture, along with enough fishing, boating, tropical nature trails, snorkeling, scuba diving, and backcountry kayaking for endless adventure.
The Florida Keys and Key West
The Seagate Hotel and Spa The Seagate Hotel & Spa
Offering all of the amenities you would expect from a luxury resort, while still retaining the intimate charm found in a private retreat, The Seagate Hotel & Spa provides guests with a full suite of highly coveted amenities, including an 18-hole championship golf course, an 8,000-square-foot spa, a private oceanfront club, six distinctive dining venues, and more.
The Seagate Hotel & Spa
Town of Surfside Town of Surfside
Long walks on the beach were made for the Town of Surfside. Nestled between Miami’s upscale Bal Harbour and South Beach, it’s the perfect mix of beach town and uptown, featuring a mile of pristine tropical beaches, luxury beachfront hotels, world-class shopping, and a distinguished culinary scene.
Town of Surfside