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Take a trip to Downtown Miami
In Downtown Miami, you’re never far from a skyscraper or a beautiful view of the shore. The neighbourhood is renowned for its excellent open-air shopping opportunities and vibrant nightlife, although there’s plenty of culture and art to explore too. Whether you’re looking to experience an authentic taste of Downtown Miami or would prefer to spend your days relaxing by the hotel pool, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Weather in Downtown Miami
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Hotels in Downtown Miami
Combine convenience and luxury at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Miami. It presents a truly impressive picture, with its striking white towers making it easy to spot as you approach. The hotel is ideally located to provide quick, easy access to surrounding attractions. Enjoy a stay in comfortable rooms with gorgeous views over the river and the bay. All rooms offer free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and iPod compatible docks. Upgrade to Club rooms for access to a lounge serving free continental breakfast and afternoon snacks or choose a Suite to include separate sitting areas.
Conrad Miami is located in the heart of Miami, giving guests easy access to all this amazing city has to offer. The hotel itself provides a retreat from the busy streets, with its relaxing pool and spa.
Things to do on Downtown Miami holidays
Discover Spanish Monasteries in Downtown Miami
There’s a whole world of history just waiting to be discovered. The city is home to the Ancient Spanish Monastery, which is one of the oldest buildings in the Western World, an abundance of Art Deco architecture and even a freshwater spring that you can swim in. For a taste of the city’s natural wonders, make sure to visit one of its picturesque historical parks.
Downtown Miami’s renowned art galleries
Fredric Snitzer Gallery
This eponymous space was opened in 1970, making it one of Miami’s longest standing galleries. It plays host to an impressive roster of resident artists, including Alice Aycock, Maria Martinez-Canas and Hernan Bas.
Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
Miami City Ballet
The Miami City Ballet was formed in 1985. Since then, it has established a repertoire of almost 100 ballets, ranging from classical to contemporary shows. The company comprises of over 50 dancers, all who have performed in the ballet’s national and international tours. When they’re not globe-trotting, the dancers can normally be found at Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown.
See Downtown Miami by water
Island Queen Cruises
Skanda Yoga Studio
Realign your body and connect with your breathing at Skanda Yoga Studio. There’s a multitude of classes to choose from, catering for all levels and covering a range of yoga styles. Popular classes include Ken von Roenn II’s vinyasa style yoga, which combines elements of the Mayan calendar with alignment-based movements.
Exhale Mind Body Spa
The Sacred Space
Get outdoors in Downtown Miami
Staying active in Downtown Miami
Melreese Golf Course
In 1997, the Melreese Golf Course underwent $3.9m worth of renovations, transforming this 135-acre course into a golfer’s paradise. It boasts an 18-hole, par 71 course as well as a 12-acre driving range. Around the course you’ll find five lakes, nine waste bunkers, 97 sand bunkers and a cypress wetland.
Shula’s Hotel and Golf Club
This prestigious course in Miami Lakes has undergone a recent renovation and now course combines classic features with modern luxuries. After a tiring and hopefully successful day on the fairways and greens, retire to the site’s steakhouse for a high-class meal.
Lock & Load Miami
Whether you’re looking for a lavish feast or an authentic taste of Downtown Miami with cuisine prepared by homegrown talent, there’s an abundance of choice when it comes to the city’s dining scene. Each neighbourhood has its own personality and cuisine, so you can try something new every night of your stay simply by exploring a different part of the city.
Garcia’s Seafood Grill & Fish Market
Established in 1966 by Cuban exiles, this waterfront restaurant has become a Miami institution. Saunter down to this laidback eatery and recline in the sun before tucking into your meal. The menu changes in line with the catch of the day, so you can rest assured your meal will be amazingly fresh.
Downtown markets & malls
You’d be hard-pressed to find a greater place to shop than Miami. There are malls to suit every budget and style, with many open-air malls that allow you to soak up the sun as you stroll from shop to shop.