Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Curtiss Mansion and Miami Springs Golf Course. Miami Jai Alai and Grapeland Water Park are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated in the airport, in Miami, this hotel is close to Curtiss Mansion, Grapeland Water Park, and Miami Springs Golf Course. Also nearby are Miami Jai Alai and Magic City Casino.
Just a mile from Miami International Airport and 7 miles from Miami beaches, this hotel with complimentary shuttle overlooks the International Links Melreese Golf Course and the Miami River.
Opposite the oceanfront Lummus Park, this 1936 hotel is a half-mile from the Mansion and Nikki Beach clubs, and within 2 miles of the convention center and Lincoln Road mall.
This famous Miami Beach hotel rises above 1,000 feet of Atlantic Ocean beach, just 2 miles from shopping on Lincoln Road and 3 miles from Miami's South Beach.
1 mile from Miami International Airport, this hotel is 6 miles from downtown Miami and within 10 miles of Miami beaches.
Located in the heart of Miami, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Magic City Casino and 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Miracle Mile. Coral Gables Museum and Books & Books are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Nestled on the beach, this North Beach hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bal Harbour Shops and Surfside Beach. Haulover Park Marina and Normandy Shores Golf Club are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Transportation: Miami International is every bit a major airport, with a plethora of transportation options. Once you have deplaned and have luggage in-hand, you can grab a cab outside of baggage claim, or find a driver through any of the popular ride-share services. If you truly want to experience all that South Florida has to offer, we highly recommend securing a rental car from the airport—preferably a convertible—because it is Miami after all. Should you opt for it, public transportation is available, although it may not take you directly to your accommodations. Make sure to check if there is an airport shuttle service available—even most of the cheap hotels in Miami offer them.
Finding Your Way Around: Exploring a new city is very exciting; it can also be a little daunting at times. One of the easy tips to help you get your bearings is that the ocean is always to the East. The city is primarily a grid, making it easy to know which direction you are heading. That said, you still need to know where your desired points of interest are located, and nobody wants to pull out the map while driving around to unintentionally broadcast that they are a tourist. We recommend downloading the Miami Mobile App. The city’s tourist board even has apps designed for specific neighborhoods, tours, and attractions.
Hopefully, you left the flannel at home. You’re simply not going to need it in Miami. The temperatures range from a "blistering" 75 degrees Fahrenheit in the dead of winter to a balmy 89 in midsummer. Those warmer temperatures are coupled with an increased chance of rain, though, making an umbrella a welcomed accessory to pack. For the most part though, your trip will be blue skies, golden sunshine, and white sandy beaches.
1. Jungle Island (4.1 miles from the Loews Miami Beach Hotel – South Beach)
Take your idea of a traditional zoo and feed it to the hippos. Jungle Island is an interactive experience that puts you up close-and-personal with exotic animals. Channel your inner-pirate and have your picture taken with a parrot on your shoulder at Parrot Cove. Monkey around with macaws and Squirrel Monkeys in the Manu Encounter. And, get to know your distant-yet-closest cousin at the Orangutan School.
2. Miami Jai Alai and Casino (0.6 miles from the Embassy Suites by Hilton Miami International Airport)
If exotic animals aren’t your thing, perhaps an exotic sport is more to your liking. Part racquetball and part lacrosse, jai-alai is all speed. In the world’s fastest sport, the goatskin ball can travel up to 185 miles per hour. Prefer a slower pace, yet the same level of excitement? Head over to the casino floor for some action at the slot machines, or take a chance with a session at one of their many e-table games like roulette and blackjack.
3. Marlins Park (2.9 miles from the Hilton Miami Downtown)
Perhaps your idea of entertainment is of a more traditional flavor. In that case, a trip to Marlins Park to see the Miami Marlins take on their MLB foes can only be matched by mom’s apple pie. Baseball isn’t the only attraction at the greenest stadium in the big leagues, though. You can rock out to national touring acts when the stadium gets turned into an open-air music venue, and raise a pint with a few thousand of your closest friends at South Florida’s largest Octoberfest.
The culture, climate, and colors of Miami are welcoming you like a sunrise over Biscayne Bay. Book your hotel in Miami with Travelocity today and you can experience everything the Magic City has to offer. You’ll be spellbound by the savings, as well as the city.