Expert Travel Advice to Miami

Top Answers To Miami Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    If you're looking to spend your time watching the fireworks away from the crowds, Miami's hotel rooftops are sure to be the perfect place. Townhouse Hotel's Rooftop Lounge (http://www.townhousehotel.com/rooftop.asp) offers a beautiful 360-degree view of Miami's skyline and king-size waterbeds to lounge on while sipping your cocktail. Another spot to try is the Spire Bar & Lounge in The Hotel(http://www.thehotelofsouthbeach.com/spire.htm). While there aren't any king-size waterbeds here, there is a 1939 Art-deco spire that rises above the terrace and changes color with the sunset. Fireworks are sure to enhance the surrounding beauty.
  • Lacy answered:
    The best and cheapest thing to do in Miami is to lay on the beach. Pack your own lunch and water. There are also several art museums that have free admission days. Go walk through Little Havana or down South Beach to get a glimpse of Miami culture. Miami is also a hotspot for festivals and events, do some research before you go and plan around one of the street parades. Stroll through the waterfront--Bayfront Park, Bayside Marketplace, Pier 5, Freedom Tower.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Vince answered:
    This Miami airport page offers a number of different options based on your budget: http://www.miami-airport.com/hotel_shuttles.asp
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Was going to suggest the Breakers Palm Beach, though maybe too far out of Miami? Regardless, this'd be a classy stop for any generation: http://vacation.away.com/hotels/travel-ld-cid310614-palm-beach-hotelid11743-the-breakers-palm-beach-hotel.html

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