Unparalleled beaches, endless cultural attractions and a vibrant nightlife - Miami Beach is the hottest spot in southeast Florida, and we have six Miami area hotels that put you in the middle of it all. Stay in style and comfort at a Miami Beach Best Western hotel.
Miami Beach, Florida is known as the "Magic City" and by spending several days visiting Miami Beach attractions you'll find out why. Miami Beach is located in Southeast Florida, between the Florida Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean. The Miami Beach area is known for its world famous beaches, unique architecture, diverse culture and nightlife.
Miami Beach is fortunate to feature year-round mild climates and unparalleled ocean and beach access. Those staying at Best Western Miami Beach Florida hotels can be assured to have a pleasant experience. Visitors seeking an active vacation can spend time at some of the world's top golf, tennis and sporting facilities. Miami's beautiful waters will please any boating aficionado, fishing enthusiast, adventurous divers and generally any water lover. It's easy to see why Miami is popular with all age groups. Other areas of interest in the Miami Beach area include the wealth of beaches that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Miami Beach vacation attractions can cater to various tastes. The Miami Beach North area has shaded areas courtesy of the numerous palm trees that align its path. This section of the beach is close to sidewalk restaurants and cafes. Beach chairs and umbrellas can be rented at this area and shower facilities are provided. The Central section of Miami Beach is well-liked by joggers and has a raised boardwalk over the sand dunes which make it easier to navigate. Miami Beach South is the place for people watching and has plentiful sidewalk cafes. No matter which part you visit on your trip to Miami, you'll enjoy it and enjoy staying at Best Western Miami Beach Hotels. Miami Beach is also home to some unique architecture.
Miami's Art Deco National Historic District is located at the southern end of Miami Beach. These flamboyantly colored buildings defined an era when Miami Beach was known as the "tropical playground." This area is comprised of a few dozen Miami Beach downtown hotels and apartment buildings constructed primarily in the 1930s. The highlight of the district is the strip of hotels along Ocean Drive between 5th and 15th Street.
In addition to Miami Beach vacation attractions such as beaches and architecture, the culture is also evident with the numerous types of ethnic cuisine and many museums. If you're intrigued by Latin cuisine, Miami Beach is your kind of town. Restaurants featuring food from Argentina, Venezuela, Cuba, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and Central America delight the millions of visitors to Miami each year as evidenced by the number of appearances in visitor guides found throughout the world. In addition to its cuisine, Miami also has numerous educational venues to enlighten many travels. Those visiting the Miami Beach area should investigate the Historical Museum of Southern Florida. This museum hosts a permanent gallery and a special gallery with several changing exhibitions each year.
From its world famous beaches to its storied architecture and everything in between, Miami Beach has everything to make your next trip there unforgettable.
Begin your search here for more information on Miami Beach hotels. Or, visit the Best Western Hotels of Florida website. For Miami Beach visitor guides check out the Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau.