|Most expensive month:||November|
|Average price in Miami Beach:||$314/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$42/night|
|Most expensive day:||Friday|
Lexington by Hotel RL Miami Beach
4299 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, United States
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Harrison Hotel South Beach
411 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, United States
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Dorchester Hotel & Suites
1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, United States
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1 Hotel South Beach
2341 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, United States
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The Ritz-Carlton South Beach
1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL, United States
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With sun-drenched beaches, palm-lined promenades and art deco architecture, Miami Beach is famous for its glamorous ambience, diverse culture and ultra-chic poolside havens. The city is perched off the coast of Florida and is connected to the mainland by a handful of bridges. Its tropical climate attracts hordes of sunseekers, while kid-friendly attractions, legendary pool parties and lavish nightlife keep all type of travellers well entertained.
Things to Do
Nicknamed “America’s Riviera”, Miami Beach is a mix of family-friendly beach areas and scenic landscapes. Nothing says Miami quite like South Beach. Loved by celebrities, models and millionaires, this glitzy beach area is a playground for the rich and famous. Most of the action is centred around Ocean Drive, a high-end strip lined with elegant art deco hotels.
For something a little less lavish, head to Lincoln Road. The family-friendly promenade is home to a fantastic collection of shops, restaurants and cafes. If you’re with the kids, have a fun-filled day with the family at Crandon Park, Jungle Island or Miami Children’s Museum.
If you’re craving a culture fix, the Bass Museum of Art showcases contemporary works, while the Wolfsonian-FIU spotlights Industrial Age design. Slow down your pace at Miami Beach Botanical Garden, or enjoy a memorable sunset stroll along the Miami Beach Boardwalk.
Locals can’t get enough of the city’s oceanfront parks, complete with open-air gyms, jogging tracks, picnic tables and playgrounds. A perfect activity for one of Florida’s sunny days, spend an afternoon at North Shore Open Space Park, Lummus Park and South Pointe Park.
Miami Beach is well serviced by local buses that ferry passengers up and down the coast, as well as downtown Miami. Free street trolleys also rumble along, stopping at popular destinations like South Beach and Lincoln Road. Miami Beach is drenched in sunshine, so why not explore the city on two wheels? Rent a bike, cruise on a scooter or sign up for a Segway tour. There are plenty of taxis, as well as private rideshare services like Uber and Lyft.
You can find several places worth visiting in Miami Beach. South Beach, Mid-Beach, and Venetian Islands are some of the most popular amongst our users.
Mondrian South Beach (7.0/10 from 814 reviews), Impala Hotel (7.7/10 from 727 reviews), and The Hotel Of South Beach (8.4/10 from 357 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Miami Beach.
Mondrian South Beach is a hotel near Ocean Drive that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 7.0 across 814 reviews.
Ocean Front Units at Casablanca is a hotel near Collins Avenue that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 7.1 from 1,132 reviews.
814 HotelsCombined reviews of Mondrian South Beach score it 7.0/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Miami Beach Convention Center.
Searches in the last 72 hours suggest an average price of around $298/night is normal for a hotel in Miami Beach. 4-star and 5-star hotels in Miami Beach had average prices of $325/night and $847/night, respectively.
$18/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Miami Beach by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours.
Over the last 3 days, the starting price of a hotel in Miami Beach tonight has been as low as $68 and the average price has been $264. If you’d prefer 4-star accommodation, expect to pay at least $92 for this evening.
Collins Avenue is the main shopping and hotel street in Miami Beach, that runs just one block west and parallel to the Atlantic Ocean in Florida. Visitors who plan to stay in a place that is well-connected to the rest of the city will definitely want to reserve a hotel in Miami Beach on this conveniently located road. The Marlin Hotel is a beautiful yet modest choice that offers free self-parking for guests and is a short walking distance from the Wolfsonian Museum. The Iberostar Berkeley Shore Hotel is a great hotel and has designated space for private events including leisure and corporate groups, as well as breakfast, lunch and dinner cocktails.
Visitors interested in kid friendly hotels in Miami Beach should look for a hotel that is located a short distance from family-fun attractions in the city. The Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotels at Collins Avenue will put you within walking distance of Miami Beach Boardwalk and 41st Street and is a good hotel option for families on a budget. The hotel is popular for its town car service and express checkout. If you want to stay close to the Lincoln Road Mall for easy shopping or Lummus Park Beach for added adventure for the whole family, there are some cheap hotels in Miami Beach within walking distance of here, such as the Palms Hotel & Spa. The kids are also sure to enjoy visiting the Bass Museum, a historic art deco space that features films and lectures, and houses diverse art, artifacts and a sculpture garden. A comfortable room at the Plymouth South Beach puts you within reach of this landmark.
If you are interested in serene neighborhoods in Miami Beach, then consider staying somewhere inland, as the beachfront is both the busiest and noisiest part of the city. Sunny Isles Beach is famous for being a tranquil neighborhood that is only a short drive away from Miami Airport, and near major shopping outlets and restaurants. There are a few hotels that you can select from in this part of town, like the Marenas Beach Resort, at 18683 Collins Avenue, where you can sunbathe by the poolside or plan a high-powered board meeting. Solé Miami, A Noble House Resort is another quiet option that sits a short drive from Aventura Mall and Oleta River State Park. The neighborhood of Normandy Isle is another calm area to book your accommodation in, and it is located along the eastern shore of Biscayne Bay. The Best Western On the Bay Inn & Marina is a cozy lodging option located near 1819 79th Street Causeway, North Bay Village, and features on-site hotel parking, and a poolside view overlooking Biscayne Bay.
Downtown Miami Beach is where you will find a diverse selection of the area’s delicious dining joints, including locally inspired dishes, fresh seafood, and exotic specialties such Mexican, Italian, and Asian. This area of town has some restaurants within walking distance of each other. The Royal Palm South Beach Miami, a Tribute Portfolio Resort sits right at the core of this district and is near a few restaurants that are frequented by the locals and visitors. The Fairwind Hotel is also steps away from yummy places where you can grab a plate of your favorite delicacy. The hotel is located a short driving distance from Art Deco Welcome Center, and features a 24-hr front desk, complimentary breakfast and a safe deposit box.