The Look & Experience
With its slick architecture, Miami’s National Hotel possesses a classic American style that blends the traditional and the modern.
Bed & Bath
Delightful period and modern touches. Subdued. Peaceful. Elegant
About Your Stay
Minutes away from the upscale restaurants and the trendy and hip boutiques on Lincoln Road, Miami’s National Hotel which is nestled in South Beach’s Art Deco neighbourhood is a joy to stay at for many reasons. Experience a delightful meal in the hotel’s flagship gourmet restaurant, Tamara Bistro, sample some tasty cocktails and treats in the Aqua Bar & Grill or enjoy a romantic evening in
the Blues Bar with live jazz music that will certainly set the mood. Swim in not one but two stylish swimming pools, enjoy a workout in the onsite Fitness Centre or enjoy a day of total indulgence at the in house Spa. A stay here will definitely feel like a work of art.
At the Hotel
Onsite Fitness Centre
Two Swimming Pools
Aqua Bar & Grill
Be In the Know
Sip Cocktails at The Regent Cocktail Bar at The Gale South Beach, 1690 Collins Avenue. Who knows who you may bump into. Pick your poison and see the lounge staffed by martini-shaking mixologists.
If you are looking for a trendy beachfront bar Nikki Beach in SoBe, Ocean Drive, Miami Beach is the one for you. With private cabanas, hammocks and showers no wonder is still clinging onto its hottest bar status. Who knows who you will bump into here be it actors or models. Sit back, relax and enjoy a sip of that Cocktail or Pina Colada.
Noted for its party going feel and style Miami is a partygoers dream. For a little retro fun enjoy a night on the tiles drinking expertly crafted cocktails at the B Bar at 1440 Ocean Drive Miami Beach at the Betsy before moving onto a swanky nightclub
If you are new to Miami you will have to visit Casa Tua 1700 James Avenue, Miami Beach (0013056731010). This hidden gem is well worth a visit. This foodie hotspot is located in a Mediterranean-style villa.
Miami’s Globe Café 377 Alhambra Circle – (0013054453555) is one of the city’s Cool and Classy eateries– Come here and enjoy Live Jazz on Saturdays. It is closed on Sundays.
When in Miami come and grab a bite to eat at Joe’s Stone Crab 11 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach – (0013656730365). This famous Miami restaurant has been in business since 1913. Be ready to wait as it can quite busy at Lunchtime but the wait is always worth it.
Head to Mary Brickell Village in Downtown Miami where some hip and trendy boutiques can be found.
A trip to Coconut Grove should definitely be on the cards. It is one of Miami’s most picturesque streets where shopping is ever present. The CocoWalk is a must visit shopping district which attracts visitors from all over the world. It is a prime perch for shopaholics. There are tons of shopping opportunities here and later when the sunsets dine in some of the sought-after restaurants, listen to the live music or just enjoy a romantic stroll.
Unique shopping experiences can be found all over Miami where must have items can be found and purchased at the designer shopping streets of South Beach including Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue.
Visit & Experience
Biscayne National Park
If you don’t get to see Miami by boat, you aren’t seeing the very best of Miami. We have glitzy boats with DJs onboard but the best of what there is to see is underwater. Book a charter and rent some snorkel or diving equipment and spend the day exploring the reefs, wildlife and all the underwater secrets of the Atlantic. Consider checking out Boca Chita Key or Elliott Key, popular islands in Biscayne National Park, for docking the boat and getting the grill fired up.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, is the former villa and estate of businessman James Deering, of the Deering McCormick-International Harvester fortune, on Biscayne Bay in the present day Coconut Grove neighbourhood of Miami, Florida. The early 20th century Vizcaya estate also includes: extensive Italian Renaissance gardens; native woodland landscape; and a historic village outbuildings compound. The landscape and architecture were influenced by Veneto and Tuscan Italian Renaissance models and designed in the Mediterranean Revival architecture style, with Baroque elements. Paul Chalfin was the design director.
Seeing the gorgeous pastel buildings of Miami Beach’s Art Deco Historic District is something no first-time visitor should miss. Take a self-guided audio tour or regularly scheduled walking tour of one of the world’s greatest concentrations of 1930’s architecture. Start at the Art Deco Welcome Center at 1001 Ocean Drive. Admire the porthole windows, breezy front porches and nautical motifs of the Ocean Drive hotels. Learn the names of star Deco architects like Henry Hohauser and L. Muray
Dixon. Stop for lunch at an outdoor café while soaking up the unique style of South Beach and the Art Deco District.
Miami Beach, Florida's picturesque winter playground has blossomed into a sophisticated community that’s full of visitors no matter the season.
Read a book or chat with your travel companion on the edge of the beach. Wake up in a world-class accommodation - a boutique hotel in a restored deco building or an oceanfront resort. Later, visit museums and take a walk, or a jog, in a park with 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean. Shop at your favourite stores and discover unique boutiques with the perfect clothes, accessories, or home goods to take home and remember your trip by. Play eighteen holes at a nearby golf course. The food is spectacular; the seafood caught daily. If you're ready to turn in early after a day at the spa, we understand, but if your night is just starting when the sun goes down, there's a party every night.
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