Breath-taking beaches, cool clubs & art deco architecture
Doubletree Oceanpoint Resort & Spa
DoubleTree Ocean Point Resort & Spa-Miami Beach North is the ultimate getaway - a 27-storey private beach resort practically in the heart of vibrant Miami.
Eden Roc Resort Hotel
Sitting on Miami's Millionaire Row, the luxury Eden Roc Resort Hotel has played host to Hollywood royalty like Elizabeth Taylor, Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn down through the years.
When in Miami, you shouldn’t miss paying a trip to the city’s vibrant Cuban heart just west of Downtown Miami - Little Havana. Here you’ll be able to explore the area’s Latin American flavour through local art galleries, speciality food shops, restaurants, cigar shops, live music venues and domino parks.
Calle Ocho is the centre of the action in Little Havana. This famed strip is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Miami, but the amazing atmosphere, plus irresistible culinary outposts and retail opportunities make this a favourite spot for locals, too.
Miami Beach is an island city in South Florida, linked via bridge to mainland Miami. A mecca for recreation, leisure, and watersports, this beach stretches from North Shore Open Space Park to South Pointe Park and South Beach. From palm-lined esplanades, to surf spots, upscale shopping boutiques, and incredible architecture, this is the place to be.
Soak up the sun, try your hand at surfing, or simply watch the waves from the comfort of a beachfront restaurant or bar. For a spot of historical sightseeing, visit the Art Deco Historic District. There are plenty of pastel-coloured buildings to peruse - especially on Ocean Drive.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens is housed in the former villa of businessman James Deering. The early 20th century estate is now a well-loved cultural attraction with 34 rooms filled with collections of opulent furniture and artworks dating as far back as the 15th century.
The interior isn’t the only treasure trove worth checking out on this 28-acre estate. Other delights include a sundrenched courtyard, rolling Renaissance-style gardens, native woodland landscapes, and historic outbuildings.