|Name||South Beach 10rm Pool Villa
|Type of Property||Vacation Home
Florida - USA
|Arrival||Sa, Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr|
10 Room Art Deco Pool Villa sleeping up to 18 people located in South Beach Miami Art Deco District. Enjoy Suite Villa Living at the Art Deco Estate, amenities of a Resort and exclusivity of a Private Club. Approximately 3500sf including private patio and balcony overlooking pool area, 8 Bedrooms with 1 King Bed or 2 Twin Beds per room after preference, Additional Designer Sofa Daybeds, Fully Equipped Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, Plasma TV with Cable TV in each room, closets, dressers and 4 Bathrooms.
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You are staying on the 23rd block as well in the heart of South Beach. With a short 10min walk to South Beach City Center (which is Lincoln Road Mall) and the beach you are in “the best location” in heart of South Beach. Great location on South Beach Miami with walking distance to everything this city has to offer such as beach, restaurants, shopping, museums, bars, nightclubs and much, much more. You are located only 6 blocks west of the Oceanfront W – home of world’s famous & hippest restaurant-lounges-nightclubs and 6 blocks north of Lincoln Road Pedestrian Mall at South Beach – Miami Beach City Center. Miami Beach & Lincoln Road’s most upscale shopping district is also in the corner of at Alton Rd & Lincoln Ave. Walk or use our free bikes to Lincoln Road and beaches only 6 blocks away.
You are also close to the tourist street: Ocean Drive, but please remember that the real cool restaurants, lounges and night clubs are on or near 23rd street. A few world class places in the neighborhood are: Villa Azur (on 23rd Street), Dutch at W (on 23rd Street), Mr Chow at W (on 23rd Street), Living Room at W (on 23rd Street), The Wall (on 23rd Street), Mokai (on 23rd Street), Treehouse (on 23rd Street), Sky Bar (on 20th Street), Mynt (on 20th Street), Vita (on 20th Street), Setai (on 20th Street). You are staying at Alton Road & 23rd Street only about 6 blocks west of all the action & only 6 blocks to Lincoln Road’s most upscale places (Alton Road in-between 17th & 16th Street) J Have you heard about the hotel icon Ian Schregger and design guru Philip Starck? They are famous for New York's Studio 54 along with having built & designed. Walk to some of his influenced lounges: Setai, ShoreClub, Delano, National, Delano & Sagamore. You only have 10 min walk to Crunch Gym, 15 min walk to Gold’s Gym and David Barton Gym on the Beach. Public tennis courts at Flamingo Park are also within walking distance.
Greater Miami Beaches consistently receive accolades in national surveys. Area Miami beaches have been recognized as top picks for recreation and families, and have been ranked among the best beaches by USA Today, Travel Channel and Surfrider Foundation. Relax on the most beautiful and scenic warm water beaches in South Florida... Golf at one of Florida's best golf courses. Shop on Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road... Experience sizzling nightlife in Miami's South Beach... All this and more await you at our South Beach Miami Beach Resort Villa s in the heart of South Beach. The South Florida hospitality, along with the Miami Beach sun, sand, and surf, attracted guests from all over. Indeed, South Beach enjoyed almost mythical status in the 1940's, 50's, and 60's. It was home to the Miss America and Miss Universe Pageants, and was a home away from home for some of America's biggest stars.
South Beach Miami Beach is a barrier of islands surrounded by Biscayne Bay on one side and Atlantic Ocean on the other side. Once upon a time Miami Beach was a Coconut Plantation. John S. Collins bought the land in the hope to build a nice beach resort. During the 20's - 50's South Florida was a gambling and entertainment Mecca. The ban against alcohol did not stop anybody. The buildings that today are called Art Deco were built during the 1930-40's. During the Second World War was basically the whole island a military base for military training. Since then Miami Beach has become a favorite for South Americans, Europeans, Canadians and Northern Americans longing for sun, beaches, dining and fun. This have made South Beach Miami to world famous destination with some of the most famous International celebrities such as Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Nikki Taylor, Lenny Kravitz, Emilio Iglesias and Kornikova are just a few that have moved here.
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Famous South Beach is known to be America's Riviera - The international culture is offering fantastic choices of food and entertainment. Go to "Club Bed" and the the food served on beds with optional neck massages. At Sushi Rock Cafe enjoy some of the best sushi with rock and roll music in the background. Or visit Mezzanotte and watch the staff dance on the tables. After dinner walk to famous night clubs such as , Set, Opium Garden, Nikki Beach, Delano, Crow Bar, Opium Garden and Shore Club's Skybar. Tropical Attractions Just imagine dolphins doing backflips and jumping sea lions! Is that a parrot on a bicycle? Yes, and he's just one of many jaw dropping sights in a sea of wonders that make up our attractions landscape. You can go from outer space to the bottom of the ocean in one day, or travel from the prehistoric era to the Middle Ages, the Renaissance & back to the future in a week. Amusements Excitement, surprise and magical memories for young and old. At Miami, Florida attractions they can do and see everything from the latest IMAX films to the high-tech games at entertainment venues. They can even experience the thrill of speed at the Richard Petty Driving Experience on scheduled dates at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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Dining out with Miami dining, you will find enticing flavors, exotic ingredients and mouthwatering selections. Alfresco or indoors, casual or extravagant, International or Caribbean, New World or Floridian — an epicure’s paradise awaits you in Greater Miami and the Beaches. Miami's dining scene is truly exciting, one of varying tastes that can satisfy the most complete palate or craving. With so many different cultures migrating to Miami, local flavors tend to be much more exotic. The influence of flavors and culture here is almost overwhelming and has many positive effects on menu and recipe design. Whenever you visit Greater Miami, you're in for a delectable time when it comes to dining because no matter what you're craving, chances are it's being served somewhere in our world-class destination. Miami Spice is back and better than ever! We have rolled back the price of a Miami Spice lunch to $22 and dinner to $35. Make sure you take advantage of these great deals. For more information, visit www.iLoveMiamiSpice.com
Miami Hot Spots Greater Miami boasts some of the hottest nightspots in the world. In South Beach, club hoppers can stroll down the streets that teem with activity all night long. They can also find lots of party action and live music in the Design District area. Nearby, Downtown Miami is giving South Beach a run for its money with new emerging hot spots, while Coconut Grove is a favorite late-night stop for fun-seekers.
Miami Dancing As the moon makes its trek across the sky, Miami dance clubs and lounges open their doors to warm ocean breezes and the beautiful people who fill their dance floors and VIP rooms to capacity every night. Taking the cue, nighttime revelers put on their dancing shoes and begin to dance the night away — oftentimes to a Latin beat — at Miami dance clubs and dance parties - Explore the Miami dance scene.
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Outlet Malls discover two major Greater Miami outlet malls, where the assortments are vast and the low prices are too-hard-to-resist. The Dolphin Mall is home to more than a dozen major anchor stores and more than 200 smaller shops and entertainment options. The other value center, Prime Outlets, has more than 30 unique shops.
Shopping Promenades Shopping promenades are a common sight in Greater Miami, as the area's near-perfect weather affords. Imagine shopping as you stroll along open-aired walkways surrounded by lushly landscape gardens and the soothing sounds of gentle waterfalls.
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