Miami Beach Hotels – Best Beach Hotels in US (Part 6)

Written by on August 10, 2010 under Beach Resorts, USA Hotels.

miami_south_beach hotelsEstablished in 1915, Miami Beach in Florida is a city known not only for the excitements that it offers as a seaside resort but also for its cultural and artistic heritage with its Art Deco Historic District.

The city’s South Beach is the most popular area which draws a lot of domestic and European tourists throughout the year. This part of the city is a major entertainment destination with hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants and oceanfront hotels.

Miami Beach is also very well known for its nightlife, fine dining culture, bike riding and shopping. While the once down-trodden Lincoln Road in the South Beach area is famous for the destination for quality food, adventure thrills and great shopping experiences. The city is also the world’s fashion shoot hub with many models living in the area and many more arriving during the October to March season.

Miami Beach Hotels, Florida

Biscayne Blvd - Miami BeachRitz Carlton Hotel Miami Beach
Address: 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida

Located right on the beach, Ritz Carlton Hotel provides guests with easy access to the most popular attraction in the South Beach, including a great deal of shopping and dining establishments.

Each room is air conditioned and non-smoking with a private bath. Room amenities include televisions minibars and safes. The Ritz Carlton Hotel Miami Beach offers its guests a golf course right on site and a fitness center, as well as personal trainers and a massage service available to guests. Creative Commons License photo credit: Bob B. Brown

Marriott Hotel South Miami Beach
Address: 161 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida

The Marriott Hotel South Miami Beach lies in the heart of the trendiest part of the neighborhood. Guests will not only enjoy easy access to the best shopping, dining and entertainment from the front steps of the hotel, but they will also find the most well-known cultural, sports and historical attractions as well.

Each of the 236 guestrooms in the Marriott Hotel South Miami Beach is equipped with ocean or city views from the private furnished balconies, cable TV, high speed Internet, minibars and beverage stations, personal safes, direct dial phones with voice mail features and more.

The Marriott Hotel South Miami Beach offers all visitors a nice array of facilities that includes several signature restaurants specializing in various cuisines, an outdoor swimming pool with lounge, a modern fitness center, and conference rooms with business services.

Miami Beach Panorama
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Eden Roc Resort Miami Beach
Address: 4525 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida

Eden Roc Resort is located right next to the beaches, while there is golfing within a short distance of the resort. There are numerous shopping and restaurants around South Beach area where guests may explore on foot.

Most of the 349 rooms at the Eden Roc Resort Miami Beach has balconies with ocean views. This hotel has over 40,000 square feet of meeting space available. The Eden Roc Resort Miami Beach also has its own restaurant and bar facilities. There are outdoor swimming pools available to guests, and spa services are also offered by this hotel.

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Miami Beach Attractions

Often called the Sun and Fun Capital of the world, Miami Beach offers tourists several points of interest other than its famous beach:

  • Art Deco Historic District (Miami Beach Architectural District)

Ocean Drive - Miami BeachThe district contains over 900 historic buildings that were built in the 1920’s and 1930’s with Art-Deco style and other architectural styles such as Mediterranean Revival, International and Streamline Moderne styles that are well represented in the district. The city’s Art-Deco Historic District was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue are main roads in the district with the seasonal hotel areas and restaurants along the roads, while the commercial area is along Washington Avenue and Lincoln Road. More info : http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/travel/geo-flor/39.htm

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  • Collins Bridge

Way back in 1913, John S. Collins and Carl G. Fisher built a 21/2 mile bridge to connect the City of Miami on the mainland and the City of Miami Beach on a barrier island in southern Florida. It was then the longest wooden bridge in the world. Although the Venetian Causeway has today replaced the original Collins Bridge, it was this link that ushered in rapid development for Miami Beach. Today the Venetian Causeway follows the original route taken by Collins Bridge.

  • Miami Beach Botanical Garden

The garden spreads across 4.5 acres of land, includes a conservatory and has several varieties of palms and orchids.

  • South Pointe Park

Located on the farthest tip of South Beach, South Pointed Park is the main park in the SoFi – South Beach’s most expensive neighborhood. This 17-acre urban park is one of the largest urban parks in Miami Beach offering great views of Biscayne Bay, Fisher Island and Atlantic Ocean. South Pointe Park has restaurants, dog areas and water features and kid’s parks including ocean-themed children playground with sand dollar spinners and motion-activated water sprays.

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Comments

  • Alicia

    January 14, 2011 at 2:00 pm


    Miami is one of my favorite destinations in Florida and the beaches are just so amazing. I especially love surfing in Miami because the waves are just so perfect. Actually, no time is being wasted when you are in Miami. I call it a travel of a life time.

  • budi

    July 15, 2011 at 11:48 am


    Miami beach.. perhap could go there someday

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