Relaxation & Fun in Miami, Florida

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  • USA

  • Florida

  • Miami

  • Beaches

  • City Travel

  • Domestic Travel

  • Downtown

  • Shopping

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Miami is a perfect location for relaxation and fun. The location is so accessible, but the tropical weather and culture transport you to a different world!

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Where to stay in Miami, Florida

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Faena Hotel Miami Beach

A fantastically flamboyant Mid-Beach favorite, with a rare art collection, epic live events and a must-visit Francis Mallmann restaurant.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

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1 Hotel South Beach

A South Beach slam dunk, especially for groups, with solid eco-credentials, four pools, and beach access.

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  • Breakfast daily.

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The Miami Beach EDITION

This Mid-Beach beauty does it all under one roof: Six bars and restaurants, two pools, family and party-friendly room options, and one gorgeous stretch of beachfront.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

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Things to do in Miami, Florida

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Mid-Beach in Miami Beach: If you want to relax on a stunning stretch of beach without the intense party crowd, then mid-beach around the Faena District is perfection!

Wynwood: Check out the incredible graffiti while walking through this neighborhood.  Amidst the art, you'll find unique clothing boutiques and a range of dining options. It's also a great neighborhood for nightlife.

Brickell: Go to Brickell to shop, see more of the financial district of Miami and dance the night away at a variety of different clubs and bars.

Little Havana: This area is a must to explore not just Cuban food, but Nicaraguan food, Salvadorian food and the flavors of Latin America.

Coconut Grove: Check out this neighborhood to shop small boutiques, eat at a variety of restaurants (from high end to quick bites) and then take a walk through the neighborhoods to see the peacocks strutting through the gorgeous winding streets.

Places to eat & drink in Miami, Florida

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At 1Bodega South Beach, you'll find tacos, strong margaritas and dancing in the evening! At night you'll walk through a secret door to get to the back for hip hop and dance music.

The Matador Room at the Edition Hotel South Beach is casual but upscale with a stunning dining room and outdoor seating next to the Edition's sexy pool.

In Mid Beach, you'll find Broken Shaker at the Freehand hotel. Small bites, unique cocktails and a dreamy and funky pool with a fun crowd.

Joes Stone Crab is an institution! The waiters have been working there since Sinatra dined there. The seafood is fresh, the service is on point and the atmosphere is classic fun.

For intimate dining with RICH Italian food, head to Carbone. You'll probably run into a celebrity. This is definitely a place to be seen.

The Sandwicherie has several locations in Miami, but if you're in South Beach, sit outside on stools and order a deli fresh sandwich with their secret sauce.

Grab drinks at the Saxony Bar and Lounge at the Faena. Soak in the opulence, red velvet drapes, leopard print couches and strong martinis, all the while listening to live music.

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