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- Ocean Drive
- Dolphin Mall
- Seminole Hard Rock Casino Hollywood
- Marlins Park
- American Airlines Arena
- Miami Seaquarium
- Lincoln Road Mall
- Bayfront Park
- Las Olas Beach
- Fort Lauderdale Beach Park
- Bayside Marketplace
- Little Havana
- Aventura Mall
- Las Olas Riverfront
- Miami Beach Convention Center
- Greater Fort Lauderdale-Broward County Convention Center
- University of Miami
- Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino
- Dadeland Mall
- Las Olas Boulevard
Five Star Miami hotels
Most popular areas in Miami for 5-star hotelsA bustling cluster of skyscrapers beside the turquoise waterfront, Downtown Miami’s a dream. As well as some of the best 5-star hotels in Miami, the area boasts plenty of glitzy places to shop, eat, and party, alongside culture havens like the Miami Art Museum. East of Miami, over the shimmering Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach is also brimming with luxury lodgings. Many of the hotels here sit just steps from the sand, whilst the city itself is known for its neon-drenched nightlife, and iconic Architectural District, home to 100s of pastel-painted Art Deco buildings.
Top 5-star hotels in MiamiFor sun-seeking vacationers, a beachfront hotel in Miami Beach is a no brainer – particularly in the South Beach area. One of the best hotels here is 1 Hotel South Beach, which boasts a clutch of swanky on-site restaurants and bars, a nightclub, and calming beachy decor to compliment the glittering ocean views. In downtown Miami you’ll find W Miami and the Mandarin Oriental. W Miami’s known for its artsy decor, floor-to-ceiling views of the bay, and endless amenities, including a full-service spa. Mandarin Oriental offers a similar sort of deal, alongside a private beach.
Where to find the best restaurants in MiamiFrom palate-pleasing Cuban and Colombian restaurants, to the seafood eateries of Bayside Marketplace, Miami’s luminous downtown core certainly isn’t short on dining spots. Miami Beach is a great place to grab a bite, too – especially if you like a sea view on the side. Along the city’s palm-lined Collins Avenue you’ll find restaurants serving up everything from sushi, to Italian and Brazilian cuisine. Running parallel to the powder-white beach, South Beach’s Ocean Drive is another stretch dotted with restaurants and cafés, offering something for every foodie and beach-goer.
The most popular things to do in MiamiMiami has plenty to keep well-heeled visitors entertained, whether they want to splurge in the designer boutiques, indulge in glamorous spa treatments, or party the night away in the city’s super exclusive nightclubs. Of course the area’s beaches are the main lure for most, and you’ll find plenty of pristine white stretches to top up your tan – or try out some water sports, if you’re feeling more energetic. For culture vultures the Perez Art Museum Miami is awash with contemporary treasures, whilst nature lovers will find a boat tour of the nearby Everglades an enchanting experience.
Best ways to get around MiamiIf you’re planning to go all out, then there’s no better way to cruise Miami than in a stretched limo. Of course the public transport in Miami provides a much cheaper alternative, and consists of bus and train services. The major bus routes operate 24/7, including the Route S service, which can whisk you from Miami’s downtown core to the city of Miami Beach, whilst the Metrorail train provides links throughout Miami and its surrounding areas. For many visitors wanting to explore Miami at their leisure however, car rentals are the way to go.
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