South Beach: Still the Tropical Location Close to Home. Come See it by Yourself!

September 18, 2017

South Beach: Still the Tropical Location Close to Home. Come See it by Yourself!

A lot has been happening lately with the Hurricane Harvey and Irma making their visits to US soil, the media/press did and still does their part (exaggerating at times) and even though yes, there are still people affected, the city of Miami Beach is   almost 100% recovered and needs more than ever to welcome you!

           Miami Beach Art Deco District at Night by Roman Gerardo Photography        

Americans who want to plan a tropical beach vacation without traveling beyond the continental U.S. should set their sights on us, Miami. The city’s multi-cultural flair, superb beaches and lively nightspots satisfy everyone from art buffs to water sports enthusiasts to parties. Miami’s South Beach provides the best mix of beach, culture and entertainment. Historic Art Deco boutique hotels line the boardwalk.

For a truly deluxe experience, check-in at any of our vast selection of hotels , from art deco architecture jewels on Ocean Drive such as the McAlpin, the Breakwater, or The Carlyle to any of our luxury branded remodeled icons like the Fontainebleau or the Surfcomber
After relaxing in the hotel’s pool or optional in-room spa, guests who step outside can find world-class clubs, shopping and restaurants. South Beach, or the “America Riviera,” headquarters the U.S. Latin music industry and offers a sizzling nightlife scene. More than 200 restaurants and upscale shopping (all of them already reopened after the storm)— think Armani, The Webster, or a visit to Lincoln Road open mall — leave no visitor unsatisfied.

       
 Breakwater Hotel Art Deco Ocean Drive Photography by Roman Gerardo Fine Art Miami 

 

The beach itself is a long, white stretch of warm sand and blue water — perfect for sunbathing or a game of beach volleyball. Those with a taste for adventure can rent Jet-skis at the Miami Beach marina or visit the South Beach Dive and Surf Center, located across the street on Collins Ave, to plan scuba, surf and snorkeling excursions.      

  

 

If even a beach this lovely can wear thin, guests should explore South Beach’s cultural destinations. The Wolfsonian Museum houses modern art objects dated from 1885 to 1945, while the Bass Museum exhibits everything from 16th-century Flemish tapestries to contemporary conceptual art.

Of course, no visit to Miami would be complete without a taste of the city’s vibrant nightlife. From popular clubs like Copa Room, Eleven, Space, and LIV, to more intimate, and hipster/ fashion destinations like the parties thrown by the Vedado Social Club or the Versace Mansion where visitors and celebrities alike can enjoy one of the world’s hottest clubbing nights.

          

  

All in all, Miami, the city that has given you the time of your life in the past is requesting your presence again, and... if you are of the ones that have never been here, this is the moment!
The city is looking forward to keep having its deserved nickname of "Magic City"


Cheers from South Beach,
Roman Gerardo



Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.

SIGN UP FOR OUR EMAILS

GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO JOIN US

Special Sales - New Arrivals - Exclusive Finds.

Sign up and receive 20% off on your first order when using Promo Code "ARTDECO"