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Where to Stay in Miami?
Shore Club South Beach is the perfect luxury Miami hotel if you enjoy being at the heart of the action, surrounded by brilliant interiors, plush furnishings and superb service. Designer David Chipperfield seamlessly blends Art Deco with African and European designs to create a sophisticated oasis in the buzz of Miami's coolest district. It is also home to celebs' favourite restaurant Nobu if you fancy some star spotting.
Hotel Urbano in the city's financial district is an excellent boutique hotel choice. Located in the chic Brickell area of Miami, the decor of the hotel's 65 modern rooms was inspired by art, while original works from Miami's Art Fusion Galleries further enhance the funky interior.
Days Inn has the widest range of cheap Miami accommodation options in a number of convenient locations across the city.
Miami Accommodation Options
There are a number of different areas to choose from when you look for a hotel in Miami, from the beautiful beaches and seductive shores of Miami Beach to the hip and happening South Beach and the more conventional business-like central Miami.
Miami Hotel Recommendations?
Hotels in Miami, old or new, are influenced by its famed Art Deco architecture. Among the most luxurious is Shore Club South Beach, which mixes cool with comfort in an eco-friendly environment.
Transport in Miami
International flights arrive into Miami International Airport and Downtown Miami is located just seven miles away, meaning it's just a short trip from the runway to your Miami hotel or the stunning beaches the city is famed for.
From the airport, taxis and SuperShuttles will take you to the Downtown area, while Hotel Shuttles will take you to a number of the well-known hotels in Miami. Car Rental shuttles will also take you from the airport to pick up a rental car. Like with many US locations, a hire car is a good way to get around the city.
For people wanting to avoid car rental, the city does has a number of public transport options to make getting around Miami easy and convenient. The Metrorail and Metromover – a free small tram/train system – supplement the Metrobus that serves the city and surrounding area. Further afield, the Tri-Rail system runs from Miami to Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach.
The Port of Miami is home to another type of transport – cruise liners – and is recognised as one of the biggest cruise terminals in the world. A number of the main companies drop anchor here, meaning the port is generally a hub of activity.
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