A vacation to Miami means luxury hotels, high class restaurants, arts, culture and beautiful beaches.
Miami is one of the world’s greatest and most iconic tourist destinations -thanks to its sub tropical climate, pristine beaches and relaxed ambiance. Located right in South Beach, just a few steps away from the Atlantic Ocean, shopping areas, and some of the most sophisticated clubs in the city, this Miami hotel which will transport you to the iconic style of the 1940s in the heart of Miami. Cairn Travels is excited to send you on this getaway trip!
Housed in a 1940s Art Deco building and an adjacent newly built structure, this hotel feels upscale and cozy from the outside. The property underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2017, but the Art Deco design remains, albeit with a more sophisticated feel. Each of the 96 guestrooms has been enhanced with thoughtful design and decor creating a haven for you to unwind and feel restored. Whether you’re here for pleasure, to unwind or work, the sea and sands of South Beach can be your oasis.
Take a dip in the rooftop pool and experience true relaxation. Sunbathe on the solarium and enjoy your cocktail and the fantastic views of Collins Avenue.
The hotel’s restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. For your convenience, this culinary gem is only an elevator ride away. Serving an acclaimed steak selection and unmissable seafood, and dessert plates you will no doubt enjoy. The restaurant’s gold accents, simple lines and wood furnishings pull the best design elements from the decades. The result is old Hollywood glamour with a distinct modern twist.
Pastel colors, retro architecture and geometric art are some of Miami’s iconic design elements. A walk down Ocean Drive will instantly take you back to Art Deco’s prime in the 1920’s. This architectural style, popular in the 1930s and 40s, dominates the trendy South Beach neighborhood. These uniquely designed buildings, in a range of pastel colors and displaying large neon signs, were built following a devastating hurricane that struck in 1926.
Located downtown, the Olympia Theater is proof of Miami’s glamorous and exciting past. The theater was originally built in 1926 to screen silent movies. Just one of two remaining atmospheric theaters in Florida, the Olympia Theater was designed to replicate a Spanish garden. Films are still screened here and special events are regularly held. Whether you want to watch a film or just explore, this historic venue is well worth the visit.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, located in the Coconut Grove district, is considered a National Historic Landmark and is accredited by the American Association of Museums. Dating back to 1910, this home was created by agricultural industrialist James Deering. Beautiful doesn’t even begin to describe this property, as it sits directly on the water and is completely surrounded by lush gardens and land. You can find European furnishings, antiques and art throughout this home.
The Everglades is one of the largest National Parks in the U.S., touting 1.5 million acres of wetlands. This park was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1979. It offers a variety of different tours so you can explore the park by biking, hiking, or on airboats. Bird watchers and wildlife lovers are sure to discover many rare and endangered species living here. The drive takes 45 minutes from the hotel.
Located on Biscayne Bay in the heart of Downtown Miami, visitors of Bayside Marketplace can experience the real Miami – home to impeccable international cuisine, fine shops and exotic music in a beautiful, waterfront setting.
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