Guests staying at the day use rooms of Hyatt Place Miami Airport-East can enjoy spacious, pet-friendly rooms furnished with free Wi-Fi. There’s a pool to cool off in, plus a range of varied restaurants nearby. Those after a relaxing time can peruse the assorted museums or go sunbathing, whilst sports fans staying at the hourly rooms have a number of major league stadia close at hand.
Eclectic Eateries – Rustic and long-standing sports bar Old Tom’s Sports Bar is one of the nearest eateries to the hotel, and serves up a combination of beer and burgers to enjoy whilst you feast your eyes on the televised sport. Cuban cuisine is on the menu at both Bryan Restaurant and Rincon Criollo Restaurant Café, but if Tex-Mex pleases your palate then try Burritoville. Other local styles include Greek, Italian, French and Spanish.
Museums Aplenty – History buffs have plenty to see at nearby museums, including city history at the Coral Gables Museum, and exhibits related to the disastrous but important Cuban fiasco at the Bay of Pigs Museum & Library, with more local history to be found at the HistoryMiami Museum.
South Beach – Counter-intuitively, South Beach is to be found to the east, and is the perfect place to lie back, soak in the rays, and work on your tan. There are also plenty of celebrity chef dining establishments, art deco architecture, idiosyncratic indie shops, and outdoor cafés.
Top Flight Stadia – Sports fans have a choice of top class venues, with Marlins Park, the home of the MLB’s Miami Marlins, just to the east. Check the schedule to see if they’re playing when you’re visiting town, but if not you might still be able to catch college football, a concert, or other events. Likewise, though slightly further off, Hard Rock Stadium to the north is the home turf of the Miami Dolphins, and as well as NFL action often plays host to other sports and live events such as concerts.
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