Rosewood unveils Acqualina, its first U.S. beachfront property June 12, 2006 Share 1 -- Rosewood Hotels & Resorts opened the $300 million resort Acqualina in Sunny Isle Beach, Fla., halfway between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The Mediterranean-style property, Rosewoods first beachfront resort in the U.S., features 97 guest rooms and 118 residences in a 51-story tower, three oceanfront swimming pools and a private beach club. Each guest room has a private terrace with views of either the Intracoastal Waterway or the Atlantic Ocean. Restaurants include Aaria, the Costa Grill and renowned New York Italian eatery Il Mulino. On-site, 20,000-square-foot spa ESPA at Acqualina will open this fall.For more information, visit www.acqualinaresort.com. To reserve, call (888) 767-3966.Daddy Warbucks dealTheMiami Beach Resort & Spa, on Collins Avenues Millionaires Row, is offering $99 nightly rates and four themed packages this summer.Deals include bed-and-breakfast, romance and spa stays as well as the Millionaires Package, priced from $1,200, double, per night through Sept. 30. The latter deal includes penthouse accommodations, a bottle of Dom Perignon and hors doeuvres on arrival, two one-hour massages at the Edouard de Paris Salon and Spa and in-room breakfast for two.Visit www.miamibeachresortandspa.com or call (877) 597-9696.Save with ShamuMarriott and SeaWorld Orlando are offering kid-friendly vacation packages that include free admission to the marine park for kids ages 9 and under when parents book a minimum two nights at one of nine hotels. Valid through Dec. 31 if booked by Sept. 30, the packages include deluxe accommodations, one Adventure Pak Shamu (which includes a Shamu plush toy and an activity book) per child and in-park discounts.Select hotels also offer free kids breakfasts and transfers to SeaWorld. Participating are: the Orlando World Center Marriott Resort; JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes; Renaissance Orlando Resort at SeaWorld; Courtyard International Drive; Residence Inn SeaWorld International Center; Fairfield Inn & Suites Orlando International Drive; and Marriotts Grand Vista. Call (888) 922-7829 or visit www.marriottvacationpackages.com/seaworld.Gen7 digs for Gen XThe new Residence Inn by Marriott Daytona Beach is home to Marriotts new Gen7 suite, an innovative room design the chain claims will redefine extended-stay lodging.Gen7 suites feature zones for cooking, dining, working, relaxing and sleeping and are equipped with stainless steel appliances; granite countertops; upgraded bedding; and living area with convertible chaise lounge.All 122 studios and one- and two-bedroom suites also have a dishwasher, microwave and refrigerator. Call (386) 255-3388 or visit www.marriott.com/dabri.To contact the reporter who wrote this article, send e-mail to email@example.com.