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Miami Beach's Fantastic Hotels

LogoThe 1 Hotel South Beach is one of the largest in South Beach. While its reputation is largely based on its excellent rooms, the focus on being "green friendly" is also a major plus. The hotel features salvaged driftwood accents while the lobby shop juices are cold-pressed. The hotel also has four pools, a bar on the roof, and classes featuring yoga and meditation.

Enjoy Miami Beach with a Four-Legged Friend

LogoThe Fontainebleau Miami Beach is a wonderful place to spend a night or two with Fido. Pamper the pooch at this longtime Miami Beach hotspot which features rooms that are pet-friendly as well as amenities intended for best friends. Guests also receive a "return to" dog tag for free as a layer of security.

Check out These South Florida Eateries in May

LogoHead inside Miami Beach's Generator Hostel on Collins Avenue to find The Jim and Neesie. This place has lots of different drinks in addition to cocktails and various dishes such as the crispy skin airline chicken or the carrots roasted in citrus. The atmosphere combines hip with approachable.

Sushi Spots in South Florida

LogoSushi may not appeal to everyone, but there are countless people that appreciate adding some sushi rolls to their cuisine. The cosmopolitan nature of South Florida means there are lots of different places to enjoy the taste of sushi.

A Different Miami Beach Hotspot

LogoSophie's is found in the location that was once home to Radio Bar and it was envisioned by Philippe "Flip" Falca, perhaps best known for his work on the South Beach hotel called Urbanica. Sophie's focuses on an intimate ambiance and it reinforces this by only allowing a total of 180 people inside. Black marble tabletops, tastefully abstract nude caricatures, and pink velvet couches also add to the cozy setting.

Spring Break Rules in the Barrier Island

LogoMiami Beach is one of the most popular places in the country to spend spring. To ensure spring break goes off smoothly, Miami Beach has instituted several rules so that spring break celebrations are kept under control.

French Dining in Miami Beach

LogoIn the Flamingo Lummus area, La Sandwicherie is an ideal spot to munch on small bites such as smoothies, juice, and of course, sandwiches. Its popularity is so high, that it currently boasts a rating of close to five stars on Yelp out of more than 2,000+ reviews. The address of La Sandwichere is 229 14th Street.

Try Miami Beach's Newest Food Hall

LogoCurrent or future Murano Grande residents looking for a new place to eat can now enjoy a meal at the new, recently opened Lincoln Eatery. Located close to Lincoln Road near the renovated Miami Beach Convention Center, the food hall offers a broad selection of foods for different taste buds.

Stay Fit in Miami Beach

LogoGetting fit is a common New Year’s resolution. With its numerous outdoor spaces, Miami Beach makes it easy to find a spot to work out. For those that like the fitness center environment, there are lots of gyms in the barrier island that offer distinct workout experiences, assuming Continuum residents aren’t already using the condominium’s fitness center.

Dine at Miami Beach's Latest Food Hall

LogoFuture diners at Lincoln Eatery will have a broad selection of dining and drinking options. Seating is available indoors or out and Lincoln Eatery can accommodate about 200 people, reducing the chances of not being able to find where to sit on a busy day. A varied assortment of vendors will be selling food including Manhattan Paletas, Necessary Purveyor, TYO Sushi, Patagonia Flavors, and many more. Anyone looking for their shot of espresso will be happy to see XO Espresso Bar as one of the Lincoln Eatery options. The Tavern Bar will offer plenty of wine, cocktails, and beer.