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The glamorous appeal of South Beach with its upscale eateries, nightclubs, and shopping destinations is an essential Miami experience. At the same time, the other regions of the city provide soothing vistas and time away from the crowds for holidaymakers who love to unwind in serene surroundings. Whatever the preference, there is a boutique hotel in Miami to suit ones needs. With elegant interiors and the best of services, these hotels are perfect for travellers who like their accommodation to score highly in tasteful art and luxury.

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Boutique Hotels Miami Beach

Miami is one of the top holiday destinations worldwide for more reasons than one. This beautiful island city in Florida is where a historic district known for its Art Deco structures competes for attention with spectacular beach areas and hot nightclubs. Botanical gardens, parks, and shops serving decadent ice creams make for fun family times in the city. Along with its fun vibe, this resort city is about taste – be it in restaurants, attractions, and its many neighbourhoods. This is why it draws well-heeled travellers from all over seeking to forget the ordinary. The many boutique hotels in Miami Beach offer the perfect tasteful, comfortable holiday accommodation for a completely stress-free time.

Boutique Hotels in Miami Beach: Best Places to stay

South Beach: Art Deco and Nightlife

© The Plymouth Miami BeachHolidaymakers staying in boutique hotels in Miami Beach with an appreciation of the arts will find much to love in the popular South Beach neighbourhood. Referred to as SoBe in popular culture, the place is home to the Ocean Drive area that has magnificent Art Deco structures built in the 1920s-1940s. SoBe remains buzzing night and day, and it’s popular for its vibrant nightlife. People flock to its many posh eateries, late-night lounges, and happening nightspots. Just a stroll down Lincoln Road is perfect for people watching when you need to take a break from all the club-hopping.

North Beach: Peace amid Nature and a Historic Music Venue

On the opposite end of the city is the North Beach, an area that has quieter beaches with plenty of opportunities for surfing and just enjoying the beach views. The North Shore Open Space Park makes for a fun family outing with its barbecue areas, picnic tables, and vast open spaces for the little ones to play in. History-loving travellers and music fans can pay a visit to the historic North Beach Bandshell, a beautifully-restored music venue with an open-air amphitheatre that dates back to 1961. This splendid Miami Modern (MiMo) architecture structure plays host to music concerts and artists from all over the world.

Mid-Beach: Events, High-end Shopping, and Architecture

The often-overlooked Mid-Beach area is also gaining popularity with travellers staying at boutique hotels in Miami Beach. The luxury hotel Fontainebleau Miami Beach is its most famous landmark. Historic buildings are being restored and newer establishments open up in this neighbourhood. The Faena District includes a forum and a hotel, but the shopping centre is what drives most visitors here. It is a paradise for design enthusiasts with it souk-inspired retail space for luxury shopping. The forum building hosts various performances and art exhibitions, and is a sight in itself with its angular cut-outs for windows and striking white façade.

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