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Although their fortunes have been so inextricably intertwined that most people consider them a single entity, Miami and Miami Beach are separate cities. Miami Beach, since its incorporation in 1915, has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in the US.
Miami Beach in the 1920s saw an influx of millionaires. The enclave of the very wealthy was concentrated at the southern end of Miami Beach; among its members were James Cash Penney of the departments tore chain, Harvey Firestone of the tire company, and his chief competitor, Frank Sieberling of Goodyear.
The early Miami Beach estates were opulent but not groundbreaking in their architecture. During the Depression, however, Miami Beach developers were swept up in the Art Deco craze, and some of the finest examples of their work still grace the streets of South Beach and the pages of the National Historical Register.
Visitors to Miami Beach can immerse themselves in Miami Beach Art Deco along Ocean Drive, enjoying some of the city’s finest dining at Mango’s or the News Café, and watching some of the world’s beautiful people and extreme models strolling by or relaxing in the park which separates Ocean Drive from the beach.
Miami Beach’s answer to Rodeo Drive is Lincoln Road, its open-air, boutique-heavy mall which extends for seven blocks from the Atlantic to Biscayne Bay. Books, perfumes, oddities, and vintage and trendy clothing and accessories in every imaginable style, color and fabric await. The Lincoln Road café scene is equally popular, and the legendary $6 USD breakfasts at the Lincoln Road Café will leave patrons buzzing almost as much as the complementary café con leche.
Miami Beach night life has something for everyone and all of it in no particular order. Gay clubs, Latin clubs, adult and VIP clubs, dance and jazz clubs all coexist peacefully shoulder to shoulder throughout South Beach, and all of them stay open well past the wee hours.
The five-star Palms South Beach Miami, set in tropical gardens facing the Atlantic, is in the heart of the Miami Art Deco district, just a short walk from both Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road.
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154 hotels in Miami Beach, US
Freehand Miami Hostel provides lodging accommodations in Miami Beach near the vibrant and exciting activity of South Beach, giving you a quiet resort refuge where you can refresh and rejuvenate... More
Located in the heart of South Beach, the National Hotel Miami is a world of pure grace, elegance and style. GeneralBy combining chic, fashionable South Beach locale with classic Hollywood panache,... More
Combining Art Deco embellishments with whimsical design, Whitelaw Hotel offers Miami Beach accommodation and ensures guests an enjoyable beach vacation. GeneralWhitelaw Hotel Miami Beach offers... More
Thompson Miami Beach is an oceanfront property providing an extensive range of amenities and accommodation for all travellers. Minutes away from the dining, entertainment, and relaxation... More
BEDS N' DRINKS is an ultra modern hostel with keyless locks on the doors, a fully restored marble lobby, and professionally designed private and dorm rooms! The hostel is fun, energetic, and most... More
Impala Hotel is centrally located in Art Deco South Beach. This boutique hotel was built in 1932 and has an emphasis on European-style service and a friendly atmosphere. It is just steps from the... More
Situated in the heart of Miami Art Deco District, Breakwater Hotel Miami makes for an ideal base for discerning urbane travellers wishing to experience the endless shopping, dining and... More
The Beacon Hotel Miami is on Ocean Drive in the historic Art Deco District of South Beach. Built in 1937 it is in the heart of the nightclubs, restaurants and designer shopping on Collins Avenue.... More
The Catalina Hotel and Beach Club is a chic non-smoking hotel on Collins Avenue in South Beach. The hotel ensures a relaxing retreat with two swimming pools, gym, yoga centres, and salon and spas.... More
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For a luxurious beachside holiday teeming with modern comforts, top-notch services and a relaxing ambience, vacationers and corporate travellers book a stay in the plush spaces of SLS Hotel South... More