If you’re reading this you’re probably thinking about visiting Miami Beach for vacation. As if you needed convincing, we thought we’d shared a few great reasons to confirm what you already knew… see you soon!
- TROPICAL WEATHER
- TONS OF WATER FUN
- GREAT SHOPPING
- DIVERSE CULTURE and CUISINE
- AMAZING NIGHTLIFE
- LINCOLN ROAD
- FAMOUS OCEAN DRIVE
- UNIQUE BUILDINGS
Chances are everyday of your vacation will include cloudless skies and sunshine. (We all remember this weather forecast)
From South Pointe to North Miami Beach, our crystal blue ocean will look perfect in all your Instagram photos.
Jet skis, paddleboards, parasailing, charter boats, rooftop pools and more – the list is endless of what you can do with our bodies of water.
With shops on Collins Ave., Lincoln Road, Bal Harbour and everywhere in between, your wallet closet will love you for the new purchases you’ve made.
As Miami continues to be the melting pot that it is, the culinary options grow with it. You can get Italian, Cuban, American, Chinese, Japanese and more anytime, anywhere.
If it’s one thing you won’t be short of are bars and clubs. There are at least 2 every other block in Miami Beach. As a matter of fact there are some open 24/7, can’t beat that.
Lincoln Road Mall is a pedestrian-only promenade and the epicenter of what’s happening in South Beach. Located between West Avenue and Washington Avenue, Lincoln Road offers unique shopping, sidewalk cafes, bars, galleries, and fine dining – of course making it a great spot to people watch.
Ocean Drive is a major thoroughfare in the South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach. It is known for its Art Deco hotels and ocean view restaurants; it is also the location of the famed Versace mansion, one of the most photographed houses in North America.
From South Pointe Park to North Shore Open Space Park, Miami Beach is filled with parks to enjoy a lovely picnic in the sunshine after taking your dog to the (one of many) dog parks.
Miami Beach has the largest collection of art deco buildings in the world, which about 800 preserved buildings just on Ocean Drive. This gives it a very special atmosphere, both summery and historical. Immerse yourself in the architectural history when you stay at Bentley South Beach known for its streamline modern design.
- Mediterranean Revival: Late 1910s to 1930s
- Art Deco: Late 1920s to 1930s
- Streamline Modern: 1920s to 1940’s
- Miami Modern: 1940’s to 1960’s