South Beach – Ocean Drive South area hotel

South Beach – Ocean Drive South area hotel

South Beach – Ocean Drive South area hotel

If you want to get away to indulge in some wonderful rays of sunshine then head to South Beach, Miami. The Ocean Drive South area will be the perfect setting for you to soak in the sun. You will be in the centre of a glorious Art Deco metropolis and to top it off you will be right beside the city’s best beach. Expect your hotel to have a highly rated restaurant, free high speed internet access, superb concierge services and a top class business centre. Many also have great access services for the disabled and are nearby a golf course.

The first thing for you to do once you arrive in Miami is head to Lummus Park. If you have kids they will have a field day here. They can watch the rollerbladers and skateboarders or even get a skateboard themselves and skate around the park. There are normally always some great buskers performing for your enjoyment who will form part of the great soundtrack for your Miami break. Because it’s right next to the beach you can also take a dip or a swim in the Atlantic Ocean if you fancy it. From the beach you can get some visually dazzling snaps at night of the city’s Art Deco skyline that will make your friends marvel at your amazing travel adventures.

In the early evening you should head to the beachfront bars where the vibe is always perfect, the sun is always shining, the seafood is always fresh and the music is always playing. The good times just keep on coming.

If seafood isn’t your cup of tea then head to BLT Steak at the Betsy Hotel where the lamb tartar is utterly delicious. If you do fancy seafood then we highly recommend the crab salad. The service always comes with a nice smile and is second to none.

Finally to finish off your stay in South Beach, Miami take a walking tour of the Art Deco District – it will be the icing on the cake to your stay. Your eyes will be amazed at the lavish pioneering geometric shapes that the city’s architecture offers. The district is also the first 20th century neighbourhood to be placed in the National Register of Historic Places.