Miami All Year Round


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Miami is the most visited city in Florida. Action-oriented tourists from all ages and skill levels can have the best of the city beaches, hotels, art galleries, museums, and wild parks. There are a lot of things that you can do here in Miami.

Ranked as the nation’s healthiest city in 2002 by the Natural Health Magazine, Miami has become the most in demand recreational destination all over the world. It has a long stretch of sand beaches, clear ocean water, and a mild climate all year round.

Several of Miami attractions include the oldest surviving lighthouse in Florida, Everglades National Park, Jungle Island, and the oldest horse racing track in Hialeah Park. There’s also the Miami Beach Convention Center where the Miami Boat show is annually held, and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida.

A lot of beaches offer water activities like, parasailing, kayaking, canoeing, scuba diving, windsurfing, and jet skiing. They also have sports facilities for tennis and golf. You can also choose from a variety of outdoor activities that include wall and rock climbing, biking and skating.

When in Miami, don’t miss the city’s year-round events like international ballet festival, car auto show, antique show, and wine festival.

There are many affordable accommodations you can find around Miami.

Newport Beachside Hotel and Resort


Located in Collins Avenue, this 12-storey hotel in Miami has 311 non-smoking rooms, each with marble bathrooms, separate living space, tropical decor, microwaves, iron with boards, mini refrigerator, coffeemaker, hair dryer, safe boxes.

This hotel features water sports area, a beauty salon, fitness center, beach playground, children’s activity center, business center and meeting rooms, as well as a hot tub and golf course. They also let you bring your pets.

This hotel is near Miami and Ft. Lauderdale International Airports as well as business establishments like Bal Harbour Shops and Aventura Mall. This is also close to the Miami Convention Center and Miami Arena.

Newport Beachside hotel has dining options for you to choose from namely Ocean reef cafe, Coconuts pools bar, Cappuccinos’ Cuisine and the hotel’s very own Kitchen 305.

La Quinta Inn & Suites Miami Lakes
This is located at 7925 NW 154th Street Miami Lakes, Florida. This newly renovated hotel has 97 rooms, 5 suites and is housed in a 4- storey building. Room amenities include a microwave, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, refrigerator, coffee maker, phones, and cable television with Nintendo games.

It also features a heated outdoor pool, fitness center, and meeting facilities with internet.

This is near the Miami international airport and has an easy access to shopping malls like Pembroke Pines Mall, Westland Mall, Aventura, Dolphin, and the Okeechobee Flea Market.

You can make arrangements with their cordial staffs to have a city tour. Tourists can visit Pro Player Stadium, Hialeah Race Track, and the Miami Seaquarium, Monkey Jungle nearby. It is also near the famous north and south Miami beaches.

La Quinta Inn also provides dining options like Tony Roma’s, Outback Steakhouse, Latin American Grill, and Brothers of Brooklyn.

Indian Creek Hotel
This hotel is at 2727 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, Florida. It features 61 air-conditioned rooms with 6 suites. They are newly furnished, with hardwood floors, comfortable beddings, Wi-Fi wireless broadband Internet access, cable television, telephone and hair dryers, as well as CD players, and refrigerator. Tourists get to enjoy the hotel’s outdoor pool.

This hotel is centrally located and is only few miles away from the city’s business, recreation, and art district. Some of these well-known places include Art Deco, Jungle Island, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Seaquarium, South Beach, Biscayne National Underwater Park, and the Metrozoo.

The hotel also has nightlife treats. They have nearby clubs, comedy bars and theaters for performing arts.

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