About the Vero Beach Hotel and Spa:
Our properties in Vero Beach Florida are in the Vero Beach Hotel and Spa, operated by the Kimpton Hotels. If you are interested in booking one of our rooms, give us a call or send us an inquiry.
Discovering Kimpton Vero Beach Hotel & Spa is like stumbling upon a rare and radiant gem. As a Kimpton hotel located on Central Florida’s Treasure Coast, this oceanfront oasis gives you very little reason to stray from the premises. Lounge in a beach chair or dip into a variety of water sports. Relax by our heated oceanside pool, flanked by two restaurants and countless palm trees. A world-class spa and spacious accommodations make unwinding inevitable. Among Vero Beach hotels and Florida resorts, this boutique haven is the perfect choice for discerning travelers and brides searching for an exquisite wedding destination.
Vero Beach affords far more than a string of lazy afternoons filled with sun and sand. At the seat of Indian River County, which includes nearby areas Fellsmere and Sebastian, the resort town rests on the Atlantic while the peaceful Indian River Lagoon runs through it. A perfect spot to relax, shop, or participate in endless outdoor activities, this town of about 15,000 people proves that good things can come in small packages. You won’t find the typical high-rise architecture that’s common in other Florida seaside hamlets, either, four story-construction is the maximum, leaving plenty of sky and sunrises for your viewing pleasure.
Get in touch with your adventurous side as you climb aboard a airplane-engined boat. You’ll be lifted out of your seat on a narrated trip as the vessel dashes across the St Johns River marshes, only to discover an untouched parcel of Indian River County. While the warm wind whisks across your face, capture photos of blooming lotus lilies and other exotic plants, and momentarily, you’ll spot alligators, ospreys, and various wildlife species. Enjoy this fun-filled ride through one of Florida’s most impressive natural habitats.
Shore lovers longing for a remote stretch of sand with fewer sunbathers than some other nearby beaches head to Seagrape to savor the magnificent coastline. Observe treasure-salvaging boats just feet from the coast, and be on the lookout for baby sea turtle hatchlings. A boardwalk provides easy access to this tranquil albeit unguarded seashore situated between Wabasso and North Beaches.
Leave all of your problems behind when you hop on the boat for a spectacular evening excursion, relaxing on the water and gazing at a stunning sunset. Cruise on the “Narrows of Vero,” a popular yet peaceful section of the Indian River Lagoon where you might spot dolphins and manatees. Bring your own snacks and beverages, which the crew will serve during your sunset sail. Opt for a short post-dinner cruise, spend a full day on the lagoon, or soar clear to the Atlantic Ocean.
Sea Turtle Nesting Tour
If you choose to travel to Vero Beach in June or July, you might get lucky enough to watch a sea turtle nest on a dark, deserted beach in Sebastian Inlet State Park while stars shoot through the midnight blue sky. Patience will be your best friend while you allow nature to run its course as a mammoth mama turtle emerges from the sea, only to carefully prepare the nest, lay over 100 eggs resembling ping pong balls, and then camouflage those eggs in the sand before returning to the ocean. A miracle? Not quite, but certainly worth the wait.
An afternoon of kayaking on the Indian River Lagoon is a must for nature-lovers. Choose from a solo kayak or tandem if you have a partner, as you coast through one of the most biologically diverse estuaries in the Northern Hemisphere. Don’t let a dolphin sighting catch you off guard, you’ll likely run into one, or other sea creatures, as the Indian River Lagoon houses more than 3,000 animals and plant species.
Vero Beach Museum of Art
Located in 26-acre Riverside Park, this art museum boasts more than 880 works including paintings, sculptures, drawings, photography, and more. Browse collections from the early twentieth century to present day; take an art class, or participate in one of the museum’s humanities programs such as the International Lecture Series and the Children’s Art Festival.
Oceanside Shops and Restaurants
A definite shopper’s heaven, the six-block district on Ocean Drive and Cardinal Drive between Flamevine and Conn Way is brimming with one-of-a-kind boutiques, day spas, eateries, and art galleries. Opt for a pleasant afternoon of buying, browsing, dining and drinking, but not before you’re caught up in a picture-perfect view of the Atlantic Ocean.