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An area of Miami Beach noted for its concentration of over 800 Art Deco buildings all within one square mile. Consider joining the walking tour which takes you past the white- and pastel-colored stucco buildings beautifully restored to their former...more
Not only are these Art Deco hotels notorious in Miami, but they hold the same beauty and classical design on their facade inside to their room decor. Step into one of these historical hotels and you will feel as if you stepped back in time....More
Be sure to wear comfortable shoes since there is so much to see and have your cameras charged.The Art Deco Museum was the coolest and then this food court (im not sure of its name) but contained a variety of cuisines! The Salty Donut is...More
This is where the history of the area is. Miami has the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings, so why not come down here to see it first hand. The colors and the surroundings are very nice. Since there are bars, clubs, restaurants, and hotels...More
There is so much to see in this area both during the day and at night-time. You are spoilt for choice for places to eat and drink which makes appreciating the very essence of this celebrated Art Deco area very special.. You need to venture...More
Either you love Art Deco or you don't, but you really get happy just watching all the nice buildings at daytime and then they come in a totally different light when all the neon is turned on and the area really glows.
No trip to...More
If you pay attention and look for some details you might see some glimpses (or reminders?) of Art Deco. What we mainly saw is neon lights, loud music everywhere, party, Restaurants who advertise for cheap food and drinks. Don’t get me wrong, if you look...More
This area is really incredible, and should be visited both during the day and at night. Stroll along at your own pace, and stop in along the way for a drink or a bite to eat, and take in all the atmosphere. The night time...More
Response from PhilippeM10 | Reviewed this property |
To move around Miami beach and the Art Deco district, I agree, use the free shuttle. If you arrive by car and want it parked without having to worry, use one of many municipal parkings at 20$ a day maximum. Note that under... More
To move around Miami beach and the Art Deco district, I agree, use the free shuttle. If you arrive by car and want it parked without having to worry, use one of many municipal parkings at 20$ a day maximum. Note that under 12 hours it costs 1$/hour. After 12 hours it jumps to 20$. There is one on the corner of 13th street and Collins. Forget trying to park for free.
Response from WernerM66 | Reviewed this property |
There are none! You can park on the street paying at the meters, $ 4.00 x hour. If you are hosted at an hotel in the area you can choose valet Parking, $ 25 - 30 per day, or you can look for several public parking lots... More
There are none! You can park on the street paying at the meters, $ 4.00 x hour. If you are hosted at an hotel in the area you can choose valet Parking, $ 25 - 30 per day, or you can look for several public parking lots nearby.