In Miami, trendy South Beach is a pleasure playground with the world's largest concentration of Art Deco buildings, brightened by a bevvy of models and body builders. Ocean Drive has the bulk of the buildings that were built in the 1930s as modest hotels in a 'Deco Dazzle' style, while Collins and Washington Avenues have their fair share as well.
Little Havana is the epicentre of Miami's expat Cuban community. The atmosphere reflects the Cuban way of life, with Spanish spoken almost exclusively in the bars and bodegas (canteens) that line the streets selling Cuban specialities.
Top itineraries in Miami
Journey from the the boardwalks and architectural splendours of Miami to the yawning archipelago of Florida Keys on this two-week road trip through the Sunshine State.
From the theme parks of Orlando to the sands of The Palm Beaches and the architectural treasures of South Beach, Miami, this 13-day self-drive tour delivers fun in the sun along Florida's beautiful Atlantic coast.
From historic cities to island retreats, experience the best of the Deep South and Florida with this selection of handpicked tours
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Top places to stay in Miami
Built in the 1930s, this landmark Art Deco building was once home to the Vanderbilt hotel. Today, suites blend in Asian influences for a more international take on luxury.
With award-winning facilities, including an extensive spa and nationally acclaimed restaurants, The Ritz-Carlton at Key Biscayne is an excellent alternative to the bustle of South Beach’s Ocean Drive.
One of the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in a city renowned for its geometric forms and Modernist patterns, The Betsy Hotel is as stylish as its South Beach surrounds.
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