the new oasis of fitness and wellness in Miami — Conocedores.com
The Estates at Acqualina, the new $1.8 billion residential development in Sunny Isles Beach, in Miami, presented an unmissable place for lovers of fitness and wellness. This is AcquaFit, an oasis for residents to rejuvenate their mind and body through a combination of wellness and sports training.
AcquaFit is located in Villa Acqualina, an exclusive service complex for residents with five floors and 4,000 square meters located between the two towers of The EstatesSouth Tower and Boutique Tower.
The ultra-luxury residence and service complex is located on the grounds of the award-winning Acqualina Hotel, Resort and Private Residences.
AcquaFit’s overall design draws inspiration from natural elements and the local landscape, emulating water through shades of green to evoke a sense of calm.
One of AcquaFit’s most unique features is its exquisite Halo Therapy Salt Suite that incorporates technology that infuses salt into the air to treat respiratory conditions, promote better breathing, healthier skin, and boost energy. The Salt Suite is enclosed in a large organic orb where residents can relax on sun loungers for muscle and mental relaxation.
AcquaFit’s central space is a boxing ring, a separate weight room, high-performance cardio equipment from TechnoGym with rowing machines, bikes and treadmills, stretching machines, flexible areas for individual or group workouts, and a dedicated studio for Pilates, spinning, suspension training and barre training.
Outdoor relaxation areas and terraces boast views of the clear blue ocean to further soothe the senses. Residents also have access to meditation spaces, a sauna and steam room, sensation showers, and changing rooms with lockers.
In addition to AcquaFit, Villa Acqualina offers Circus Maximus, an entire floor of unprecedented amenities for all ages that will also feature a world-class bar and restaurant with unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean.