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What are the best beaches in Miami?
The Magic City has some of the best sun, sea and sand in the world. Lummus Park Beach is exactly like it looks in the movies - picture-perfect. Grab your rollerblades and blend right in with the locals as you match the vibe. South Beach has it all: everything from fine-dining resturants, colorful cocktail bars and the best waves (if the urge to surf overtakes you). Even better, when you stay at any citizenM hotel in Miami, you get free access to South Beach as part of your hotel reservation. Yep, that includes 2 beach chairs per room, a tote bag and a water bottle to take to the beach. You're welcome!
What are the best things to do in Miami?
Glimpse into Miami's past at Cape Florida Lighthouse: listen out for scurvy tales of shipwrecks, skirmishes and smuggling high above the bay. For stunning Art Deco architecture, visit South Beach's Art Deco District. Join a walking tour and get whisked back to vibrant designs of the early 20th century. Or take yourself down to the Miami Design near Wynwood for the latest in innovative fashion and architecture. Maybe you'll pick up some show-stopping swimwear?
When is the best time to visit Miami?
From March to May is Miami's finest time - enjoy warm sea breezes and 25 to 28 degrees Celcius. Hurricane season hits from June to November so make sure to keep up with the latest news.
What are the best restaurants in Miami Brickell?
Make the most of your stay at citizenM Miami Brickell by exploring the local cuisine. If you're looking for a fancy restaurant in Miami, then the Michelin-starred Elcielo Miami by Juan Manuel Barrientos will have your tastebuds dancing - their stylish Latin-American-inspired menu is one to remember. Or for the ultimate sushi bar, Novikov Miami is the upmarket seafood restaurant that will make the highlight reel of your stay.
Where are the best bars in Miami?
It's time to pick your poison. If you're ready to push the boat out, Miami's Carbone in Miami Beach not only has high-flying Italian food, it has an incredible menu of classic cocktails and fine wines. Or for the top rooftop restaurant in Miami, MILA has a stylish cocktail bar overlooking the city from all angles.
What is Miami famous for?
Aside from its gorgeous beaches and the non-stop night-life, Miami has the third highest skyline in the US and is home to the some of the best diving, surfing, and kayaking in the world. Grab your snorkel and take to the seas to explore the 50+ ship wrecks just off Biscayne Bay.
Are all the beaches in Miami safe?
Miami's beaches are as safe as they are pretty. But keep your eyes peeled for the occasional stinging jellyfish and sea urchin - those things like to leave their mark.
Where can I visit for free in Miami?
Soak up the sun at one of Miami's many free beaches, visit the Museum of Art and Design and bask under the palms at Miami Beach Tropical Garden. You can spot psychadelic street art in Wynwood and, if your nature cravings aren't yet sated, explore Everglades National Park or take a hike at Bear Cut Nature Preserve.
Where can I see live music in Miami?
Look no further than the Ball & Chain in Miami's Little Havana. This iconic joint has heard the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and Louis Armstrong. It had a notorious reputation in the 1940s and 50s but the club has now been reborn and has frequent live music and performances. Or for something bigger, check out listings for the Miami Beach Convention Center - you never know, you're favorite superstar might just be in town! citizenM Miami Worldcenter hotel is across the street from Miami-Dade Arena - where the big stars play. Check the listings before you go!
What day trips can I take from Miami?
Hire a car and be in the Everglades National Park in just 20 minutes. Down the coast, you'll find 800 square miles of protected mangroves and wetlands. Watch out for them 'gators! Around 200,000 alligators call the Everglades their home. Or if you fancy a longer trip, The Bahamas can be reached in just under 2 hours. All aboard the high-speed ferry to Bimini, please!