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Recommended holiday lettings in Miami
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Miami
Finding a rental that includes a pool should be easy in Miami. More than two-thirds of the properties have one on offer. Our data show that more hotel rooms provide pools than apartment rentals. Additionally, they're able to host 3 holidaymakers, on average, while apartment rentals with pools can welcome an average of 5 people. Most of Miami's rentals including a pool are within 2 kilometres of water, so you can choose between some pool time or waterfront moments. In Miami, there are plenty of choices in case you want to book a holiday letting that welcomes pets. If this is a top requirement for you, check the hotel rooms in Miami. This is the most pet-friendly type of accommodation there. You can also look for pet-friendly properties that are near the city centre. In Miami, a few of the rentals are located less than 2 kilometres away from the city centre.
The Weather in Miami
- Rainy days
Here is our climate diagram for Miami. During August, maximum temperatures climb above 33°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Miami, with temperatures falling below 18°. The rainiest month is September, while the driest month is January.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Miami
Holidaymakers interested in hotel rooms in Miami will have many options to choose from, as this is the most typical accomodation type on offer there. Hotel rooms there have an average cost of £274 per night as well as a median size of 53 m². Furthermore, these properties are optimal for couples and small groups, as that is the average number of guests that hotel rooms can accommodate in Miami. You could also look at other property types in Miami. For example, apartment rentals are another common accommodation option in Miami, with 902 properties to compare. These properties cost £264 per night , on average, and have an average size of 97 m².
Glorious days of sun, sand and surf await at your Miami villa rental
Miami offers what few cities can: a nightlife that's comparable to none, an astonishing range of museums, art galleries, Art Deco architecture, watersports and miles of sandy beaches along the cool Atlantic Ocean. Book your Miami villa rental now and come on over to the Sunshine State!
How to get to Miami?
Flying in to Miami
The city is served by the Miami International Airport which is a major hub for trans-Atlantic, Latin American and North American flights. To get to Miami Beach, take the Airport Flyer Bus. The Metrorail will take you straight to the Government Centre station in downtown Miami. You could also rent a car or take a taxi to reach your Miami holiday letting quickly.
Where to find the best food in Miami?
Miami's culinary delights
Miami's New World culinary scene embraces cuisine from Latin America, the Caribbean, continental Europe, Africa and far away Asia. Popular waterfront dining spots include La Mar, the alfresco restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, known for its Andean-inspired delicacies such as Peruvian Chinese fried rice. Or sample pastries and craft cocktails at Verde at Peréz Art Museum Miami, watching the ships sail by.
Garcia’s Seafood Grill & Fish Market on the Miami River is your best bet for shrimp, stone crabs, snapper and lobster preparations. Take away some lobster to snack on in your Miami holiday lettings. Miami's brunch culture has given rise to a profusion of brunch spots serving everything from traditional pancakes and waffles to exotic preparations such as duck confit hash, kimchi Benedict, lamb chorizo, spicy octopus and raspberry flat cakes. Those who enjoy sharing dozens of small dishes will love Miami's tapas-style culture influenced by Latin, Asian and Italian cuisine.
What is the weather like in Miami?
A good time to visit
With a subtropical climate, the best time to visit Miami is in the shoulder season from March to May when the sun is out, and Miami holiday lettings are reasonably-priced. Despite soaring temperatures, summer is the undisputed peak season as families with kids pour into Miami. Make sure to book your Miami holiday homes well in advance. Fall is an ideal time if you aren't too concerned about the possibility of hurricanes. The season picks up again in winter as northerners arrive for a romp in the sun and surf.
What are the top sights in Miami?
Things to do and see in Miami
Miami's downtown area packs a punch with its historic buildings, major parks, museums and vintage theatres. Northern Miami meanwhile is home to the fascinating Little Haiti community, cool Design District and the "MiMo" district of modern architecture.
Zoo Miami is Florida's oldest and largest zoological garden that offers refuge to animals from Asia, Africa and Australia. Spend a few hours at the Miami Seaquarium, a veritable tropical island paradise. After Honolulu, Miami has the warmest ocean surf, so go shoot some curls at the beach. Miami offers visitors various tours and shows based on their interests: for family fun, check out the airboat tours and wildlife shows at Gator Park; or try out the Miami Celebrity Home Boat Tour to spot million-dollar mansions of the rich and famous. The Miami by Land and Sea offers sightseeing tours and more.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Miami?
Art and culture
Miami's numerous museums and art galleries are full of life. The Frost Art Museum houses intriguing 1960s and 1970s American photography and pre-Columbian artefacts, while the Lowe Art Museum is a treasure trove of Greco-Roman, Renaissance, Baroque, Asian and Latin American artworks.
What are the best nightlife spots in Miami?
Out on the town
As one of the world's top party destinations, Miami's nightlife runs the entire gamut from hedonistic jazz and Latin clubs, to colorful drag shows, music festivals and intimate jam sessions in hole-in-the-wall bars. The playhouses on South Beach are just as popular as the EDM DJs, flashy dance troops and high-end laser parties. Cuban music is the order of the day right from neighborhood joints to hip theatres. End the night at an ambient rooftop bar before heading back to your Miami holiday home.
What are the best events and festivals in Miami?
Regular events and festivities
Celebrate the best of Caribbean culture in June with Colours of the Caribbean — with everything from live international Caribbean bands to rock climbing and more. Fall features the Sunny Isles Beach Jazz Fest and the White Party, which is the city's oldest gay circuit party.
Things start heating up during the winter months with Art Basel and Art Deco Weekend. February delights with Carnaval Miami, the South Beach Food & Wine Festival and the Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail. As university students descend for spring break, Miami's cultural calendar goes into overdrive with the Ultra Music Festival, Miami Beach Gay Pride and International Fashion Week lined up.
What are the must-see attractions in Miami?
Florida's coastal metropolis: Miami
This chic shopping area beautifully located on the edge of Biscayne Bay features quaint independent boutiques nestled between a range of familiar high street brands.
American Airlines Arena
Not far from Bayside marketplace, you'll find one of the most popular event venues in the city. From concerts with the biggest names in pop music, to the home games of basketball team Miami Heat, there's plenty of fun to be had here.
The zoo with its large lake and tropical plants is a great place to escape the busy city. Here you'll find over 3.000 animals and will even get to stroke an Indian rhinoceros.
Winwood Walls Street is home to an eclectic mix of street art with colourful murals designed by artists from around the world.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Inspired by Venetian architecture, this stunning building has Italian gardens and houses over 2.500 pieces of decorative art from Europe.
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