Seeking day use rooms in Miami Beach and interested in finding out more about the city? We’ve got you covered.
Attractions And Distractions For Your Miami Beach Day Hotel Experience
Food – Florida Stone Crab is a local delicacy, and one you can enjoy at Joe’s Stone Crab, a restaurant that’s older than the city of Miami Beach. Fans of Spanish seafood can indulge themselves at Tapas y Tintos, while Haitian restaurant Tap Tap offers stewed goat, spicy conch ceviche and grouper in lime sauce.
Golden Sands – As the name suggests, there are plenty of beaches at which to relax. If you fancy going au naturel, the clothing-optional Haulover Beach is where you’ll want to be.
Green Spaces – There are half a dozen dog-friendly ‘bark parks,’ including Pine Tree Park and Flamingo Bark Park. A quieter contemplation of nature can be had at the Japanese-styled Miami Beach Botanical Garden, which is used for both yoga and meditation.
History – The Wolfsonian museum focuses on the period from 1850–1950, housing over 180,000 objects, from household appliances to propaganda, and providing a free guided tour every Friday evening. Every Sunday the Lincoln Road Antique and Collectible Market attracts over 100 vendors peddling a wide variety of vintage goods.
Seven Facts About Miami Beach You Should Know
Every part of the city is within walking distance of a beach.
The Art Deco District is the world’s largest collection of Art Deco architecture.
Miami Beach is home to numerous gay bars and gay-specific events and describes itself as a year-round LGBTQ-friendly tourist destination.
Miami is the only city in the United States to have been founded by a woman (Julia Tuttle).
Miami Beach has an elevation of just 4 feet (1.2 meters).
The city sits on a mixture of natural and man-made barrier islands between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay.
The first inhabitants of the area were Tequesta Indians, over 10,000 years ago.