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Luxury Hotels

  • Hotels in Miami

    Best Hotels in Miami:

    When you travel abroad, one of the most important things is the place you will stay.
    That’s why we’ve made hotel selections in Miami, with different locations and pricing.

  • The Betsy Hotel

    Budget: $370+/night

    1440 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139The Betsy Hotel is located near the ocean.
    www.thebetsyhotel.com

  • Mondrian

    Budget: $300/night

    1100 West Ave, South Beach, Miami Beach, FL 33139“Mondrian” is an amazing hotel resort where you can not only vacation in, but live in as well. Stunning decoration and architecture make this Hotel a unique place.
    www.mondrian-miami.com

  • Sole On the Ocean

    Budget: $220

    17315 Collins Avenue Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160“Sole On the Ocean” is a beautiful condo hotel, according to its name it’s situated on the gorgeous beach in Sunny Isles.
    www.soleontheocean.com

  • SLS Hotel

    Budget: $285/night

    1701 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139“SLS Hotel” a hotel with style, luxury and service in the heart of South Beach
    www.slshotels.com

  • Ritz Carlton

    Budget: $269 /night

    1 Lincoln Road Miami, FL 33139“Ritz Carlton”, discover the chic sophistication of Miami Beach’s most famous community. With breathtaking oceanfront views and personalized service
    www.ritzcarlton.com

  • Delano

    Budget: $330/night

    1685 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139Gorgeous ***** Hotel & Restaurant with great ambiance
    www.delano-hotel.com

  • Loews Miami Beach Hotel

    Budget: $350/night

    1601 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139 Loews Miami Beach Hotel, close to restaurants, entertainment, shops and Ocean Drive. You will also have a private access to the beach
    www.loewshotels.com

  • Four Seasons

    Budget: $260/night

    1435 Brickell Ave Miami, FL 33131Four Seasons is situated in Brickell, near the Biscayne Bay, amazing hotels with breathtaking views.
    www.fourseasons.com

  • Epic Hotel

    Budget: 186$/night

    270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131Epic Hotel is the biggest skyscraper in Miami featuring a modern architecture with 793 feet and 72 floors.
    Has obtained the Certificate of Excellence in 2013.
    Situated in Downtown Miami, this hotel is only 10 minutes from South Beach.
    Please note that the parking is quite expensive: $32-$36/night
    www.epichotel.com

  • InterContinental Hotel

    Budget: $172/night

    100 Chopin Plaza Miami, FL 33131InterContinental Hotel, luxury can be reached at a reasonable price. Enjoy beautiful views of Biscayne Bay.
    www.ihg.com

Best Restaurants in Miami

  • Our Favorite Restaurants

    Good to know: In Florida, high season is from November to March.Florida and especially Miami has a mixed of different culture which offers great different places, ambiance and restaurant to go to.

  • Prime112

    Budget: Up to $80

    101 Ocean Dr Miami Beach, FL 33139“Prime112” Famous steakhouse in South Beach, great place a must see!
    www.mylesrestaurantgroup.com

  • Joe’s Stone Crab

    Budget: Up to $80

    11 Washington Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139“Joe’s Stone Crab “is a True Piece of Miami with unique food in a very nice place.
    www.joesstonecrab.com

  • SugarCane

    Budget: $30-$60

    3252 NE 1st Ave Miami, FL 33127“SugarCane” has obtained the certificate of Excellence 2013. This restaurant creates memorable tastes!
    sugarcanerawbargrill.com

  • News Café

    Budget: $21-$30

    800 Ocean Dr Miami Beach, FL 33139“News Café” nice place on the ocean drive you can go for a burger and some French fries, we recommend the very good desert.
    www.newscafe.com

  • Zuma

    Budget: 45$

    270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131“Zuma” is one of the best restaurant of Miami, absolutely beautiful inside decoration and great service. Asian Cuisine
    www.zumarestaurant.com

  • Barton G

    Budget: $50-$100

    5061 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 3313“Barton G” is a great restaurant which combines fine dining with fun dining. A must see!
    bartongtherestaurant.com

  • Lime

    Budget: Up to $20

    7 W Flagler Street Miami, FL 33130“Lime” is a great fresh Mexican grill with amazing lemon pies.
    www.limefreshmexicangrill.com

  • Sushi House

    Budget: $30

    15911 Biscayne Blvd Aventura, FL 33160“Sushi House” best sushi place ever in a trendy restaurant in Aventura (North Miami Beach)
    www.sushihousenmb.com

Over Nice Restaurants in Miami

  • Texas de Brazil

    Budget: $30-$60

    300 Alton Rd #200 Miami BeachFor those who love Brazilian cuisine and grill, the Texas de Brazil will be the perfect place for you.
    Situated near the Marina in Miami Beach
    www.texasdebrazil.com

  • Cafe Prima Pasta

    Budget: $15-$30

    414 71st St Miami Beach, FL 33141Cafe Prima Pasta, Italian restaurant, Certificate of excellence 2013
    www.cafeprimapasta.com

  • The Burger & Beer Joint

    Budget: $30

    1766 Bay Road Miami Beach & 900 South Miami The Burger & Beer Joint, perfect place for an amazing burger, has large beer selection as well
    www.bnbjoint.com

  • Yardbird

    Budget: $70

    1600 Lenox Avenue Miami BeachYardbird, one of the most popular & best rated restaurants in Miami
    runchickenrun.com

  • A Fish Called Avalon

    Budget: $20-$40

    700 Ocean Dr Miami BeachA Fish Called Avalon, fish & seafood specialties.
    www.afishcalledavalon.com

Malls

  • Shopping in Miami

    Malls are perfect to go shopping, but you have also Collins Avenue and Lincoln Road (Miami Beach) that offer a lot of different boutiques and restaurants.

  • Aventura Mall

    19501 Biscayne Blvd, Miami 33180Situated in Aventura, with more than 300 stores spread over 2.7 million square feet, it’s no wonder Aventura Mall is the number one shopping destination in South Florida, a must see!
    www.aventuramall.com

  • Dolphin Mall

    11401 NW 12th Street, Miami FL 33172This mall is around 1h/1h30 from Miami, near the airport. Among the 200 restaurants and stores (Forever 21, Guess, DKNY, Aeropostale, Levi’s Outlet Store Sale, Swarovski Sale…)
    www.shopdolphinmall.com

  • Sawgrass Mills

    How to go: If you don’t have a car, take the shuttle service with Half Price Tour Ticket or Sawgrass Express. The bus picks you up at your location and takes you back at the end of the day ($30).

    12801 W Sunrise Blvd, Sunrise, FL 33323Sawgrass Mills is the second largest mall of the United States. Situated in Fort Lauderdale, it has hundreds of stores and outlets.
    www.simon.com

  • Bayside Marketplace

    401 Biscayne Blvd, R106, Miami Open air Mall, lots of boutiques and restaurants.
    www.baysidemarketplace.com

  • Bal Harbour Shops

    B9700 Collins Ave, Bal Harbour, FL 33154
    Bal Harbour Shops is the luxury mall of Florida in an amazing outdoor area. You can find all the best designers: Jimmy Choo, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, and Balenciaga…
    www.balharbourshops.com

  • Boutiques/ Miami Beach

    In Miami Beach, two places are dedicated for shopping: Collins Avenue from 9th to 5th street and Lincoln Road. You will find a lot of different stores like Gap, Banana Republic, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, Urban Outfitters… Don’t forget to go to the beach or have a nice drink on the Ocean Drive after your day of shopping!
    http://www.lincolnroad.org/
    www.collinsavenuemagazine.com

Boat

  • Rent a Boat in Miami

    How much does it cost and where to find boat rentals in Miami?

    Boat rentals prices vary between the renter, the boat type, the duration and also if you choose to drive it by yourself or if you want to have a personal driver.Florida has the only reef barrier of the United States and a lot of beautiful islands. You don’t need to go the Bahamas to enjoy nice beaches and ocean.
    If you want to get around the haven, see the stars houses, visit the wild islands of Biscayne Bay or even have a Boat Party in the middle of the ocean, you will need a boat.

  • Captain Joe’s

    From low/medium speed boat 2 persons at:
    $99/2hours
    To high speed boat 17 persons at:
    $940/ 3 hours
    You will have to add the taxes and the gas cost to the price.

    7904 West Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33141 Captain Joe’s offers a great choice of boats. 12 different boats types are offered
    www.miamicaptainjoe.com

  • American Watersport

    Budget $450 for a day

    2560 S Bayshore Dr MiamiAmerican Watersport 5 different boat type. Among these choices, we can find the famous Sandbar Pontoon.
    www.americanwatersports.us

  • Miami Catamarans

    Rental price is $120/ hour, $295/ half-day (4hours) and $495/ day (8 hours). Boats can have until 10 persons. A deposit of $1000 is due, you can also have a personal driver at $50/ hour.

    301 Rickenbacker Causeway MiamiMiami Catamarans rent kayaks, paddle boards and small boats, possibility to do fly boarding
    www.miamicatamarans.com

  • Primetime Boats

    Boats can have until 6-11 persons. Personal driver $35/ hour

    300 Alton road, suite 112 Miami
    www.primetimeboats.com

Top 5 Best Beaches in Miami!

  • South Beach

    The beach is located on Ocean Drive, across the street from many of Miami Beach’s famous nightclubs.South Beach is the quintessential Miami beach experience. This is, by far, the trendiest beach in all of Miami and you’re guaranteed to find a great spot to relax or enjoy time with the family.

  • Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

    . Fishing is also allowed from the seawall. The park also hosts Boater’s Grill, a full service restaurant.Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, located on the south end of Key Biscayne, is home to the famous Cape Florida lighthouse. The park provides sunbathing, swimming and history in the same spot! You can spend some time on the beach and enjoy a guided tour of the lighthouse.

  • Sunny Isles / Golden Beach

    Visiting the Sunny Isles / Golden Beach, area of North Miami is like stepping in to another world. This neighborhood is known for its amazing condominiums on the beach and the beauty of the waters!

  • Oleta River State Park

    Oleta River State Park is located right in the center of Miami and at 1,042 acres is considered the largest urban park in Florida. The park sits on the Biscayne Bay and the Oleta River runs through the center (although it no longer runs through the Everglades). Keep your eyes peeled for some incredible birds and wildlife and make sure you watch for the endangered West Indian manatee in the waters of the river.

  • Crandon Park Beach

    Crandon Park Beach is more than just a beach it’s an entire amusement area designed to occupy families of all sizes. When you first arrive at Crandon Park Beach you’ll find yourself stumbling through a beautiful park before actually hitting the sandy beaches. The park includes picnic tables with grills, well-kept restrooms with showers, and entrance to a lot of attraction of attractions.

shops

  • Aventura

    Miami’s Neighborhoods

    Aventura established its niche as an enclave of tropical landscaping and water surrounding sleek high-rises and luxurious single-family homes. Twelve miles north of Miami and twelve miles south of Fort Aventura is synonymous with world-class shopping at Aventura Mall. To date, it is the largest mall in the area with six department store anchors and more than 280

  • Bal Harbour

    Discreet elegance is the keynote of Bal Harbour. Upscale hotels and condominiums offer oceanfront luxury and private surroundings.
    The village’s crown jewel is Bal Harbour Shops, an upscale mall that opens to the sky but protects shoppers from the elements. Bal Harbour Shops is noted for its luxury merchandise, lush landscaping and fountains. Bal Harbour, Florida rivals the Champs-Elysées and Fifth Avenue as luxury shopping capitals of the world. Designer stores include Louis Vuitton, Prada, Dolce and Gabbana, Balenciaga and more. Beautiful beaches, boutique, luxury resorts and designer shopping are what make Bal Harbour a place to go.

  • Coconut Grove

    Originally settled in the 1800s, Coconut Grove remains a charming, bayside village within the urban dynamic of Miami. The Grove, as it’s commonly called, is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami. The pedestrian friendly village center is filled with sidewalk cafes, galleries and boutiques. The small bohemian village feel is countered by recognizable chain restaurants, but small local cafes, college bars and independent boutiques still line the streets.

Communities

  • Coral Gables

    The City Beautiful

    Tree-lined boulevards, fountains, and winding roadways give Coral Gables its identity as The City Beautiful Shoppers flock to fine boutiques and specialty stores along Coral Gables’ Miracle Mile to find the hottest

  • Downtown Miami

    Downtown Miami pulsates with activity as commercial, cultural and leisure pursuits come together in the fastest growing area in Miami.
    Make time to visit one of the downtown museums such as History Miami or the Miami Art Museum.
    This neighborhood is made up of several parts; the Brickell area, a metropolitan residential community of tall buildings, hip bars and restaurants, and an internationally diverse group of residents. Omni, a blend of residential, commercial and hotels including the magnificent Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts; Park West, the Bicentennial Park area; and the Miami Jewelry District.

  • Key Biscayne

    This island can be reached via the scenic Rickenbacker Causeway.
    The palm tree-lined streets and breezy island temperatures made Key Biscayne an ideal spot for building some popular attractions into the natural landscape. The Crandon Park Tennis Center is home to the Sony Ericsson Open tournament every March, and Crandon Park Golf Course’s intriguing terrain puts it among the top 50 public courses in Florida. Tropical foliage lines the Key Biscayne road to Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Recreation Area, where the beach invites swimming or kayaking and the historic Cape Florida lighthouse is open for tours.

  • Miami Beach

    Miami Beach has it all.
    This beach destination has evolved into an urban metropolis with all the amenities of a beach-town and a big city, a thriving arts scene and a busy business center. The best hotels in the world are surrounded by natural wonderland with turquoise waters and skyscraper palms.

  • South Beach

    South Beach has been called the American Riviera and an Art Deco Playground. Yet there’s more than fine white sand to South Beach’s fantasyland of exuberant Deco architecture.
    South Beach offers an eclectic mix of world-class boutiques, galleries and stores. It’s also a culinary hot spot for gourmet to casual cuisine. At night, South Beach comes alive with crowds dressed in party-casual chic. What is so unique about South Beach is the fact that you can enjoy all those things and be close to the beach at the same time!

  • Sunny Isles Beach

    Sunny Isles Beach is often referred to as Florida’s Rivier
    It’s a Miami seaside community with an international mix of residents who appreciate its many amenities. This area is well known for its beautiful beaches and amazing condominiums. There is also the Oleta River State Park which is a popular destination for kayaking and biking.