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Miami Hotel Insider
Nestled on the Atlantic Coast near the Everglades on southeastern tip of Florida, the greater metropolitan area of Miami is both a major economic and cultural center as well as a hub for tourism and a springboard to Latin America. Known for its leadership in finance and trade as ... read more
much as for its vibrant cultural offerings, here you'll find the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S. as well as a highly diverse population contributing some of the nation's most colorful art, music, fashion, dance, theater and entertainment experiences. There's a truly Latin flavor about town (Miami is the largest U.S. city with a Spanish-speaking majority!). And with warm weather and sunshine almost year-round, Miami’s beaches are often among the top-rated worldwide, ensuring the area enjoys a bevy of heat-seeking visitors each year.

Luxury Miami Hotels
For many, a Miami vacation often invites images of luxurious South Beach, the southernmost section of larger Miami Beach. Filled with celebrities and sun-worshipers, this area is famous not only for its pristine beach, but also for the excellent shopping, a treasure trove of Art Deco charm centered around Ocean Avenue, and its notorious party atmosphere including everything from open-air rooftop lounges to pumping all-night dance clubs. And, of course, the numerous Miami Beach hotels. Luxury finds a home at such properties as the W South Beach, the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, and The Delano. The beautiful waterfront views available at these South Beach hotel options keep beach lovers enticed while party-goers love the easy access location to some of the hottest nightlife in the City.

Moving a little farther south into Biscayne Bay you'll find the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Spa, an elegant Miami hotel featuring beach and poolside cabanas, a complete wellness and fitness center, a 20,000-square foot Spa and Salon, and well appointed guestrooms or full suites. Downtown Miami lies on the eastern side of the municipality and offers its own wealth of deluxe properties, such as the business and family-friendly JW Marriott Marquis and the Hyatt Regency Miami. And just south of here is the desirable Brickell neighborhood (known as the "Manhattan of the South") where you'll find luxury options such as the Conrad Miami and Four Seasons Miami.

Mid-Range Hotels in Miami
The greater Miami area is set up to accommodate all styles of travel. Familiar names like the Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and Marriott crop up around the city offering services and amenities at a comfortable yet affordable standard many families and business travelers will appreciate. For those with a lower budget and a preference for local flare, there are also a variety of boutique properties offering an interesting alternative to the typical chain hotel experience. Near Miami Beach, options such the South Seas Hotel, Nassau Suite Hotel or the Beacon South Beach capture the attention of those looking for comfort and convenience, while those headed downtown will find the modern elegance of the Casa Moderna Miami Hotel & Spa a welcome addition to the scene sure to impress business travelers and vacationers alike.

Things to Do in Miami
From parasailing and boat rentals to deep-sea fishing excursions and windsurfing, there’s an endless list of things to do while staying close to the beaches of Miami. South Beach is of course the most well-known portion of Miami Beach, with its celebrities, posh eateries and bikini-clad crowds. Cruise Ocean Drive to discover Miami's Art Deco District featuring such architectural wonders as the lavishly designed Versace Mansion. Then stick around after sunset to see South Beach transform into the center of the party. Ocean Drive is home to popular nightspots like Mansion, Set Nightclub and Purdy Lounge to name just a few.

For families and visitors looking for a slower pace or just a different side of Miami, there is no shortage of entertainment in either. If you want to get away from the masses in South Beach, consider going a little farther north. The North Shore Open Space Park is still located on Miami Beach near restaurants and cafes, but here you'll find more greenery and plenty of open space to enjoy. Alternatively, just south of Miami Beach lies the island of Key Biscayne. Here along the northern end, you'll be pleased to discover Crandon Park Beach, a picturesque family-friendly beach option offering cabana rentals, picnic tables, and a nature center. On Key Biscayne’s southern tip lives the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, known for its lighthouse -- the oldest standing structure in Miami-Dade County -- and a very popular destination for families, picnickers and fisherman. Despite the park's seemingly isolated location, it's actually within just minutes of the Ritz-Carlton in Key Biscayne.

Another fun outing can be a visit to the beautiful Vizcaya Museums and Gardens in Coconut Grove. Pack a picnic or just head over to walk and spend the afternoon enjoying the views. Parents will be pleased to discover the numerous wildlife experiences available, including the Miami Seaquarium, Jungle Island, and the Miami Metro Zoo. Art lovers on the other hand will be interested to know Miami plays host to the premier international art show for modern and contemporary works each year. Typically held in early December, the weeklong event known as Art Basel features galleries and special exhibitions and events stretching the entirety of the city. Visitors will also find music, festivals and other special events hosted in Miami’s Bayfront Park. Be sure to check the calendar!

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