Guide to Miami
Hey all! ♥ Last week I went on a girls trip to Miami Beach, Florida and had such an amazing time. I want to share with you all of my recommendations and suggestions for any of you planning or thinking of planning a trip to this beautiful city :)
I'm sharing my favorite hotels in the city, my favorite things to do, and all of my recommendations for restaurants. If you have any questions or suggestions please reach out to me as always <3
Where to Stay ☆
There are so many gorgeous hotels in Miami. The area I stayed in and recommend is South Beach. Some of my favorite hotels include:
The Julia: This hotel is an adults-only chic boutique hotel in an art deco–style building.
Faena Hotel: Everything about the aesthetic of this hotel is unreal, so unique and beautiful. Faena is unlike any other hotel I've been to before. I've also heard the spa is amazing, I'll definitely have to go back to Miami to experience that.
Eden Roc Miami Beach: The pools are amazing at this gorgeous hotel and it has a delicious restaurant, Malibu Farms, where I could probably eat every meal.
The Confidante Miami Beach: This Miami hotel is right on the beach, smaller compared to some of the other locations, and has an upbeat, fun vibe.
Freehand Miami: This hotel is located off of the Miami strip which is nice for a more laid-back vibe. The restaurant and bar is so good here and I love the outdoor garden/pool area.
Things to Do ☆
Beach: The beach is always a good idea and the water is stunning in Miami.
Vizcaya Museum: This place is gorgeous, a must-see museum with stunning gardens as well.
Visit lifeguard towers: There are so many different colored/style of lifeguard towers throughout the beach in Miami.
Rent bikes: Riding bikes throughout Miami is so much fun and a simple way to see a lot of buildings and views.
Wynwood Area & Walls: The walls are super popular but the entire area has tons of things to do/see/eat, etc.
Places to Eat ☆
Malibu Farms: The restaurant I was previously talking about at the Eden Roc hotel, all of the food here is organic and SO GOOD. I loved the broccoli chicken quesadillas, the burger, nachos, and the ice cream sandwich.
Broken Shaker: Located at the Freehand Hotel, they have the best tacos and quesadillas for anyone who likes Mexican food. They also have amazing cocktails.
Dreamer Miami: Hands down one of the most aesthetically pleasing cafes ever, they have awesome juices and more!
The Big Pink: The perfect classic diner-style restaurant for breakfast food.
Sugar Factory: They have locations in a few cities throughout the states and they have ALL the best deserts you could ask for.
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What are your favorite places/hotels/things to do in Miami?
Let me know!! Always love suggestions from you guys :)