The Heyday of Cabana Culture Revitalised
In the early years of the original Surf Club, architect Russell Pancoast instinctively understood that cabanas would always remain the true soul of the property. Throughout that era, the passing parade of aristocrats, statesmen and celebrities on “Cabana Row” included Winston Churchill, who would often be found painting seascapes and sipping cocktails in his cabana. The adornment of the historic cabanas was all about sheer extravagance, some inspired by French castles, Maine summer cabins and Art Deco creations, setting the scene for indulgence and over-the-top entertainment such as fashion shows and presentations of gleaming new race cars.
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This is South Florida as it is meant to be lived.
Four Seasons Hotel The Surf Club, Surfside, Florida