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The Miami of today is the same as it was in the old days, with the exception of modern upgrades to hotel, restaurants and attractions. No longer showcasing pink home lined streets, todays Miami is totally modern and exciting. Add to that exciting day trips, like the Florida Keys and Everglades and you can be sure to have an exciting vacation. Come for the terrific weather, nightlife, beaches and friendly people, and leave with the sense of calmness and relaxation of this wonderful town.

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When to Visit Based on Price
The best time of year to visit Miami is between June and September, also the hottest time of year.
Low Season: June through September is less busy. Average Daily Rates of:
  • 2 Star: $48-$400
  • 3 Star: $65-$650
  • 4 Star: $102-$1,000
High Season: January through April offers the best weather, and destination for families. Average Daily Rates of:
  • 2 Star: $70-$590
  • 3 Star: $79-$1,000
  • 4 Star: $199-$2,000
Magic Savings Tip: People come to Miami for the sun and warmth when it’s cold at home. Planning to visit the beach during summer months finds cheaper hotel rates and more availability. Just remember your high SPF lotion and hydrate.

Sights you mustn’t miss

Visiting Miami always calls for a visit to Miami Beach, if not for some sun and water activities. Experience a walk down South Beach, some people watching, shopping and a Mojito sitting on the outside deck of a restaurant, snacking on fresh seafood ceviche.
A visit to the Miami Seaquarium, located smack dab on the causeway between Miami and Key Biscayne is special, because here you can enjoy the outdoor aquarium and its creatures of the sea, only possible in this tropical environment.

Fun things to do

Vacationing with youngsters, a visit to the Zoo Miami is always a great day out, and probably a good break from the sun and beach.
If the children are old enough, why not look into some jet skiing, or maybe a day fishing charter.
Another activity world famous is Scuba Diving on the Keys, where some of the best “wreck diving” in the world is available. If you’ve never Scuba Dived, don’t fret, they offer one-day discovery diving tours for young and old. You never know if you like it until you try it.

Wine and Dine Tips

As you can imagine, there is no shortage of great restaurants in Miami or nearby Miami Beach, so don’t worry, you won’t starve. Why else do thousands of people flock to Miami each year for the awesome Miami Food and Wine Festival?
Because of the major Cuban influence to the world of food here, you owe it to your taste buds to try some authentic Cuban cuisine. There are many smaller “mom& pop” Cuban restaurants around town, and suggestions from hotel staff as well as locals can be rewarding. We like to suggest a couple choices to look at, though not in expensive, they are award winning.
De Rodriques Cuba on Fifth Avenue has taken his Cuban menu to new and exciting heights, from Cuban sandwiches for lunch to seven fresh seafood ceviches, and so much more.
Pubbelly Sushi is an exciting yet simple Asian inspired modern restaurant serving everything from grilled octopus, BBQ pork to short ribs and sauerkraut.
Traveling with the family can be a challenge finding restaurants that actually welcome children. The big name and celebrity restaurants can be a challenge, but there are some excellent family restaurants to choose from, and they are fun. The Big Pink is one of those, located on South Beach, serving everything from breakfast dishes, to burgers, pizza and even home made TV dinners on special sectioned trays.
The Big Cheese is another favorite for families, serving large portions, family style, and prices reflect family style for your wallet.

Day Trips

Take a drive down the Florida Keys, for the view, fishing or maybe Scuba Diving. Each ‘key” is unique and worth a stop for a few photo’s and a Rum Runner at the local hangout. Remember, the Keys were the favorite hangouts of Earnest Hemmingway, and you can visit his “memorial” bar/hangout on Key West.
Take a drive or tour bus to the Florida Everglades, and board one of the boat tours for an exciting adventure in the “Glades”. Be sure to keep your hands in the boat, because there are large teeth in those alligator choppers.
A tour of both Monkey Jungle and Jungle Island (used to be Parrot Jungle), are each excellent day trips. See the exotic animals of Florida within a humane environment. When was the last time you had your photo taken with a large beautiful parrot on your shoulder, or a Spider Monkey in your arms?

Where to stay

You can stay the night at the Embassy Suites Hotel Miami Airport. This stylish and affordable hotel puts you close to public transport links.
For those with their heart set on a vacation spent soaking up the sun, the Miami Beach Resort and Spa provides the perfect backdrop.
Reserve a room at the Hampton Inn Miami Beach Brickell or the Courtyard Marriott Adventure Mall to be in the middle of it all, close to museums, theaters and restaurants. Favorite among high-end travelers is eco-friendly Epic Hotel.

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Where the Celebs live - Miami

Miami Beach has been flavor of the month for many years with the rich and famous and it's home to some of the nation's glitziest neighborhoods. Check out a few while you're in town. We'll help you find excellent hotel in Miami close to the beach and close to the action that best suits you. The key to the best neighborhoods is water and one of the most exclusive communities in all of Miami is Star Island, a long time favorite of celebrity residents. Star Island is a man-made island in Biscayne Bay that you can still drive on to and explore so long as you check in at the gate. Here's where you'll find the likes of Julio Iglesias, Rosie O'Donnell, Shaquille O'Neal, Gloria Estefan and more. Palm Island is another manmade island in Biscayne Bay and is accessible by one entrance from the Mac Arthur Causeway. That's what gives it the protection and privacy that a lot of the celebrities want and here's where you'll find Barbara Walters, Gabrielle Anwar, Enrique Iglesias, Anna Kournikova and others. Added bonus - it's also the place in Florida that Al Capone liked to call home. Just off the coast is the barrier island called Fisher Island and it has pride of place with one of the highest per capita incomes in the United States. It boasts a private marina and yacht club, super cool country Club, secluded beach club, and a top golf course that Oprah Winfrey, Jim Carrey, Andre Agassi, and others can indulge in.

Three days of adventure in Miami

So the family is in residence in Miami Beach and they're hitting you with a chorus of, "What are we going to do today?" Sigh. Luckily Miami Beach has plenty of ... beach... and plenty of other fun stuff too. Go to and secure a Miami hotel room close to the action and the surrounding things to do. Beautiful Miami Beach is the island community area south-west of Miami proper and while its great claim to fame is the fabulous hotels on that famous beach, there's plenty for the active family to do if you've had enough sun. Find cheap accommodation in Miami Beach now and get ready for sunshine and fun! Don't waste a moment of sun - rise early and join the jogging hordes on the boardwalk or just stop for a while at the News Stand Cafe with its collection of daily newspapers from all over the globe. It's open 24/7 at 800 Ocean Drive. After a healthy, albeit caffeinated start to the day, continue exploring the historic art deco architecture of South Beach. You can spend the day appreciating the work of the Miami Design Preservation League - or even enjoy one of their walking tours. A hurricane flattened the place in 1926 and the resultant art deco restoration work has been marvelously maintained. Spend the next day at the Miami Seaquarium at 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway on Biscayne Bay. Bring your swimsuit for a swim with the dolphins and reserve some time for watching the gentle manatees as they graze like aquatic cows on the gently waving sea grass. Feeling active? Good, on day three it's time to get your inline skates on from Fritz's Skate Bike and Surf on Lincoln St and head to Lummus Park. Take a picnic and spend the day cruising the paths and trails, soaking up the atmosphere.