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Miami’s warm weather, exquisite beaches and atmosphere make Miami a perfect getaway for anyone.
Containing some of the country’s best snorkelling and scuba diving,colourful marine and coral reef views,lush tropical
neighbourhoods like Coconut Grove and the distinct Latin American influence on Miami’s culture and cuisine there
is plenty to do and experience. From Art Deco- lined shores to the streets of the Design District, Miami stays true to its
past while always keeping an eye on the future.
Joe’s Stone Crab:
is both popular with locals and has been named the best in the nation by professional food critic Lee Schrager.
Opening its doors each October for stone crab season, launches six months of celebrities and chefs venturing to the
southern tip of Miami Beach for Joe’s starting with claws and continuing with fried chicken leading to a sweet ending
to an already gratifying meal with Key Lime Pie that compares to no other.
The 1 Hotel South Beach:
opened in 2015.While incorporating eco- friendly intentions and an oceanfront space,the hotel consists of a chic and
homey feeling. With 426 guest rooms and suites, green leaning amenities included are cardboard hangers, a triple
water filtration system and reclaimed wood headboards. Drawing in a more sophisticated crowd of individuals who
appreciate a daylife concept enjoy four pool decks including the 30,000-square-foot Main Pool deck which features
full views of the ocean. Beachcraft, the on-site farm-to-table eatery is another one of the hotels highlights.
One of the newest nightlight spots in Miami is E11EVEN. Inside a massive entertainment complex in Downtown Miami,
it is open 24-hours a day. Part-cabaret and part-night club featuring live entertainment, DJs and performers are the
main event.The club also holds a rooftop restaurant and lounge.
1. Coconut Grove at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens- Built for Chicagoan industrialist James Deering in the early
20th century, the architecture gives away to an unbelievable interior.
2. Botanical Garden- The Miami Beach Botanical Garden was established in 1962 and gives free access to 2.6
acres of serenity and calm.
3. Water Activities- Deep sea fishing, freshwater fishing, luxury yachts, speedboats, dining cruises, diving, boating,
kayaking, jet skiing, snorkelling and so much more awaits you on the water of Miami.