Now, you can book your clients on a luxury James Bond experience in South Florida. The latest James Bond film, “No Time to Die” was released on Sept. 28 and is now playing at movie theaters across the globe. In celebration of the new film, travelers can join in on the fun and transform into the iconic James Bond character for the day at two South Florida properties.
These two hotels have direct connection to James Bond films as a couple of the prior films were filmed in Florida. In honor of the new film, the hotels have debuted over-the-top experiences for travelers to enjoy.
At, the Shelborne South Beach, which was once home of Vesper, a James-bond themed cocktail bar that is now an iconic element to the hotel’s history, guests can experience the 007 life with the Vesper overnight package.
The package includes a custom suit experience with a personal shopper in Miami’s Design District, a luxury car by Miami Exotic Car Rentals, a Vesper Martini Mixology kit in room, a Casino Night + Limited Edition Blackwell Rum in-room, plus a golden dessert as the “golden gun.”
Miami Beach and Key West were both featured in the 1988 film, “License to Kill.” The film shows the 7-mile bridge and aerial shots of the Keys, as well as The Ernest Hemingway House, Mallory Square and the U.S. Coast Guard Pier.
Which brings us to Maker Key West Harbor Resort, which is also offering a 007 package in Key West. The package includes a boating experience with a luxury charter, Tom Ford FT108 sunglasses just like the one Daniel Craig wears in the films, Blackwell Rum, and a stargazing experience via a telescope in-room to use from the balcony.
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