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- Private room
- Little Haiti
My apartment is in a great location for seeing all that Miami has to offer. It is just a one minute walk to popular Biscayne Blvd. The L bus will take you downtown and/or to the train station. I am just a 15 minute drive to Miami International Airport,15 minutes to downtown Miami, and a 20 minute drive to South Beach, without traffic. You're bedroom is a private room with a key, a full sized bed, AC unit, fan, windows, closet, wood floor, and wifi. The kitchen is available of course.
- Private room
- South Beach
Come to enjoy the simplicity and quiet location in the heart of south beach, 10min away from the beach. and just step from Lincoln Road. Disfruta de la sencillez de este alojamiento tranquilo y céntrico en el corazón de south beach ; a solo 10 min caminando al mar y ocean drive , y a pasos de Lincoln Road
- Entire home
- Upper Eastside
beautiful pool home in guarded community. . Designer décor Very trendy neighborhood, , amazing restaurants walking distance and 15 minutes to the beach . Fully equipped ,If your looking to relax and enjoy a family like environment, this home is for you . Enjoy a peaceful spa like backyard. The house is disinfected after ever stay .
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Your guide to Miami Beach
Miami Beach is a small island city eight miles off the glittering metropolis of Miami. Just as cosmopolitan and diverse as its neighbor, Miami Beach is more laid back, and life here is anchored around the miles of fine white-sand shoreline. There are three distinct neighborhoods: trendy South Beach, known for swanky clubs, hotels, fusion restaurants, and some of the city’s best Art Deco architecture; Mid-Beach, which overlaps South Beach and is marked by the retro glamour of hotspot hotels and landmark museums built in the 1950s; and quieter, residential North Beach, an ideal spot to linger through the heat of the day in shady plazas, Argentinian bakeries, and Cuban cafes. Other great places to stay or visit include the barrier islands north of Miami Beach, including upscale Bal Harbour; the quaint town of Surfside Beach; and Sunny Isles, known as Florida’s Riviera.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Miami Beach?
With year-round average temperatures in the 80s Fahrenheit, Miami Beach’s consistently gorgeous weather is one of its biggest draws. This means there’s no bad time to book one of the vacation rentals on the beach. Like other subtropical destinations, South Florida experiences two main seasons: a slightly cooler dry season between November and March, and a hotter, more humid summer for the rest of the year. Whenever you come, pack sunscreen and lightweight, warm-weather clothes — even in the middle of winter, the temperature here rarely dips below 60 degrees. In summer, the temperatures can break into the 90s, and passing thunderstorms are common. Check the forecast and plan to be inside when the rain hits, or find a café or bar to wait it out. You may also want to bring a small, packable umbrella just in case.
What are the top things to do in Miami Beach?
Art Deco Historic District
There are more than 800 beautifully preserved examples of Art Deco architecture from the 1920s through the 1940s in Miami Beach. Join an Art Deco walking tour, or stroll along Ocean Drive on your own in search of porthole windows, curved lines, and triangular shapes, and sunburst or whimsical floral design motifs.
More than just an outdoor mall, Lincoln Road is a wide, 10-block pedestrian promenade lined with fashion boutiques and restaurants with sidewalk dining. Go window shopping, or grab an ice cream and sprawl on palm-tree-dotted green space in the middle of the boulevard to take in the scene.
Admire the stunning Miami skyline on a cruise of Biscayne Bay. Nature lovers can also make the hour-long drive to the bay’s south end to Biscayne National Park, where you can snorkel a coral reef or kayak past mangrove forests.