Miami Beach


Miami Beach

Miami Beach

Miami Beach offers travelers an idyllic seaside escape with luxurious hotels, top-rated restaurants and dazzling nightclubs centrally located along glamorous South Beach. Just 20 minutes away from Miami International Airport (MIA), travelers will find fun and excitement as well as breezy palm-lined beaches — the perfect setting for a holiday in the sun. Florida weather is always mild and local residents are welcoming to international tourists seeking a family adventure or a romantic getaway.

The cities of Sunny Isles, Bal Harbour, Surfside and Miami Beach stretch for 15 miles along the Atlantic coast with first-class hotels and more modest accommodations to suit any budget lining Collins Avenue (A1A). The area’s southern 23 streets comprise South Beach, a stretch of landmark Art Deco properties transformed into a modern traveler’s Mecca. Miami Beach hotels to the north include larger, family-friendly beachfront resorts like the Fontainebleau, Eden Roc and Grand Beach Resort.

St. Regis pool

St. Regis pool

Surfside and Bal Harbour are quiet seaside retreats with many residential properties and a handful of secluded resorts like the brand new St. Regis affording discerning travelers access to the Bal Harbour Shops where some of the most exclusive designer boutiques can be found. Just past Haulover State Park, the brand new high rise resorts of Sunny Isles Beach provide a family-friendly environment including many full-service seaside properties like Aqualina, Oceanpoint and Marenas with pools, spas, restaurants and cocktail lounges. Nearby Aventura Mall is one of the city’s most visited shopping destinations where KTHY international guests receive a shopping passport at guest services that gives a significant discount at every single store!

City of Miami

Business travelers and families who are in transit through the city on their way to a luxury cruise at the Port of Miami frequently prefer to visit the Downtown and Brickell Avenue areas to be closer to the Financial District and the Port. Guests at the Intercontinental, Tempo and Viceroy should be certain to visit the Bayside Marketplace, the city’s waterfront entertainment and shopping complex which provides a welcome oasis day and night. Miami’s Museum District features both art and historical museums which are easy to reach aboard the MetroMover, a free monorail safely circling the city. Nearby beaches at Key Biscayne are easily accessed en route to Coconut Grove and the historical landmarks Villa Vizcaya, the Barnacle and the quiet reaches of Coral Gables where the legendary Biltmore Hotel has recently been refurbished.

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