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Miami Beach Hotels and Restaurant Recommendations

Published By hoteltravel.com

You could say that the food on its own is enough reason to travel to Miami Beach.

Jul 04, 2013

Owing to its ideal placement nearby the sea, and the diverse communities in Miami, the area is awash with an awesome array of cuisine and fabulous restaurants. You could say that the food on its own is enough reason to travel to Miami Beach.

On Collins Avenue, guests have immediate access to some of the city’s best restaurants, like Bianca which offers classy Italian dining and some of the freshest, most delicious seafood in Miami.

Guests staying at Miami Beach will have a more traditionally ‘tropical’ experience. The superb location – on the stunning beach, but close to the tourist area of Lincoln Road – is perfect for those who want both relaxation and convenience from their Miami Beach holiday. Lincoln Road, as well as being one of the main areas in Miami to enjoy the great nightlife, is also home to one of the widest restaurant selections in Miami. Breakfast of waffles and berries come highly recommended at the fabulous Van Dyke Cafe. Other notable restaurants in the area of Miami Beach-Oceanfront include Rosa Mexicana, which many locals claim has the best Mexican food in Miami.

For travellers who do not wish to forego luxury for convenience, the Delano Hotel may be a perfect choice. Just 18 kilometres from Miami International Airport, this delightfully-designed 1950’s style hotel comes with many modern facilities and a stunning location. Close by the beach, the Holiday Inn is also near South Beach’s Art-deco district, which has the state’s most unique and definitely most architecturally stunning restaurants. What better way to unwind after a day on the beach than on the outdoor terrace of restaurants like Deluca Food & Wine to enjoy a glass of wine, some seafood and watch the beautiful people of Miami walk by.