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Highlights in Miami Beach
- Great beaches
- Amazing entertainment, music and nightlife
- Beach clubs
- Upmarket destination
- Cuban flavours and rhythms
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Miami Beach
Are you looking for holiday rentals in Miami Beach to enjoy a stay by the sea and all the charms that this area has to offer? Miami is a big city with several districts you can choose from. The best tourist area is South Beach or the Art Deco District. If you are on a business trip, choose Downtown Miami. Design lovers and hipsters will love the Design District and party-goers will have the time of their lives in South Beach. Staying on a budget? Miami Metropolitan area is the cheapest one, but if you want to feel pampered, an upmarket district like Coconut Grove is the ideal stay for luxury vibes.A luxury stay by the Caribbean Sea
Here you can find a wide variety of modern holiday rentals very close to the beach and equipped with everything you need for you to enjoy an unforgettable trip. Ideal for both couples and families and small groups of friends. Many of them have a lovely terrace, a private garden and a swimming pool, but you can also choose from other additional services such as Internet, heating, air conditioning, a jacuzzi or a sauna. The large panoramic windows will allow you to start the day with an amazing view and from your garden you can access the beach in many of the holiday rentals. High ceilings, white walls, modern decoration and contemporary spaces in a unique setting by the Caribbean Sea.
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The area and getting around
Located in Miami-Dade County, in the state of Florida, Miami Beach is a coastal area of almost 90,000 inhabitants belonging to the municipality of Miami. This is the best known part of the city, to which thousands of tourists come every year attracted by the sun, the lovely beach and its wide range of leisure and water activities. In addition to the territory, it has two large islands located to the south, Dodge Island and Lummus Island, which make up the Port of Miami, the largest cruise port in the world. Shop at the upscale shopping centres or pamper yourself at the best spas in the city.A glamorous south and a quiet north
The island of Miami Beach is linked to the mainland by five elevated highways. The most important one is the McArthur Causeway, which connects downtown with the South Beach area. Crossing this road, we find several bridges that lead to the Hibiscus, Palm and Star Islands, where many celebrities and wealthy families live. The south is the area that represents the image we all have in mind when we think of Miami. With numerous Art Deco style buildings, entertainment areas and beautiful people. To the north, we find a large number of residential developments and shopping centres. Although it is an area less known by tourists, it is quieter and has beautiful beaches and has more waves than those in the south, making it ideal for surfers.
Travellers and activities
Surfing? Chilling? Miami Beach has several beautiful beaches boasting all kinds of services. Haulover Beach Park is ideal for those who want to get away from the most typical beaches in the area as it is very quiet and ideal for families. But it also has a nudist area and its waves allow surfing. Are you looking to hit the dance floor? South Beach will keep you on your toes! For a serene day try Surfside. If you are looking for a more glamorous beach, take a walk around Bal Harbor Beach, the fashionable beach surrounded by many luxury shops and shopping centres. Lummus Park Beach is what you have seen on many TV shows and films. South Pointe Park Pier is a verdant spot that belongs to a huge park with a playground and picnic areas that keeps you away from urban life during the day. You can practise your favourite sports, bask under the sun, read a book or just enjoy the laid-back vibes.Miami Beach for nightlife lovers
Miami Beach is very well known for its vibrant night scene. Nightlife in Miami goes from poolside happy hours to ultra-hot nightclubs where famous DJs and expert dancers will make you feel the rhythm. Here is where night turns into day without a break! Explore the bars, terraces, pubs, discotheques, clubs and after hours of all kinds spread throughout the city. Try the trendy Nikki Beach and dance on the beach or have a nice cocktail at Purdy Lounge. Skybar Miami Beach offers glamorous spaces in the Shore Club, with a lush garden, a unique lounge by the swimming pool decorated tastefully. Stay all night and wait for the sun to rise. Want to celebrate your birthday in style? High-end LIV is a unique party spot where celebs order pricey drinks and dance to the music. Sounds like fun? Come and enjoy like them!
„Did you know that Miami Beach is home to more than 800 buildings that feature Art Deco Architecture making it the largest collection in the entire world?“
Top 5 travel tips in Miami Beach
Make your way along the most famous boulevard in Miami Beach. Ocean Drive is lined up by its art deco buildings, exclusive beach clubs and streams of people up and down enjoying fine dining, a day at the beach or sipping a cocktail by the sea. The ultimate upscale experience for those who enjoy a bit of luxury as they gaze into the horizon.2. A state-of-the-art district you must know
The Art Deco district is made up of hundreds of buildings built between 1925 and 1940 and designed on this unique architectural style characterised by bold colours and geometrical shapes, making Miami a glamorous tourist destination. If you want to do the tour, the starting point is Ocean Drive, between 6th and 7th streets. Some of the buildings that you will see are the Park Central Hotel, the Essex House and the Miami Beach Main Post Office. Enjoy one of the most touristic and lively places in the city.3. Stop by the Ancient Spanish Monastery
Set in North Miami Beach, the Ancient Spanish Monastery is a beautiful sight you cannot miss. The architecture of the monastery will impress any travellers and churchgoers and the beautiful gardens in the surroundings are a quiet place to take a pleasant walk. Escape the hustle and bustle of South Beach and get into a tranquil space to enjoy this historic landmark.4. Enjoy Little Havana
Cubans comprise a big percentage of Miami’s population. Little Havana is a colourful and distinct neighbourhood boasting Caribbean vibes, Latino music and culture and dishes full of flavours that up-and-coming chefs combine giving Cuban classics a unique twist that will raise your taste buds. Experience what it is like to have some nibbles and a drink at one of the local hole-in-the-wall bars and enjoy a different experience.5. Visit the Everglades National Park
The mangroves, marshes, pine flatwoods and swamplands of the Everglades National Park are a natural treasure you can enjoy. They are home to the most varied and diverse ecosystems with alligators, birds, crocs, the West Indian manatee and Florida panthers. You can explore the park on your own but for a truly unique experience we recommend you to take a guided tour and try to experience it on board an airboat! Get into the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary to admire the ancient cypress trees. Watch the alligators lining up the canal banks along the Tamiami Trail in the Big Cypress National Preserve. Venture into Fakahatchee Strand or roll down the Gator Trail and take in the views from the observation tower. End your tour having some delicious seafood at Joanie’s Blue Crab Cafe.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Miami Beach
What was the average price for a holiday rental in Miami Beach in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?
Our data shows that Miami Beach has an average price of £286.93 per night, which is a relatively high one for a city in the USA.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?
If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Miami Beach are October (£241.53 per night for accommodation, on average), November (£258.34), and September (£262.34).
When does the price of holiday rentals in Miami Beach go up the most?
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of February (£347.35), March (£342.26), and January (£309.45).
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Miami Beach well in advance?
If you decide to discover Miami Beach, we suggest organising your visit ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 65% in the year 2020.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
The most available months, on average, are September (with an availability of 50.25%), August (43.4%), and October (40.8%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Miami Beach?
The accommodations in Miami Beach reach their peak in demand in February, with an availability rate of 13.6%. The second most requested month is January, with 16.5%, and the third is March with 20.5%.
How many rentals are available in Miami Beach?
In Miami Beach we work with 14 different partners to give you a choice of 2400 properties, so you will not be short of options!