Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Top 5 Attractions in Miami

Miami is full of great tourist attractions for visitors and residents. This list presents some of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. Most hotels in Miami are close to these attractions and some even offer tours and discounts during your Miami vacation.

1. Metro Zoo
The Miami Metro Zoo is quickly becoming one of the best zoos in the nation. Its favorable climate allows it to keep a wide variety of animals from Asia, Australia and Africa, unlike others zoos in the country. Animals are grouped according to their geographic region and animals that live together peacefully in the wild are placed together in the same exhibits. Hotels near Miami Zoo are abundant and usually offer reasonable prices.

2. Seaquarium
The Miami Seaquarium is located in the causeway between downtown Miami and Key Biscayne. It's a fabulous stop where you can experience an outdoor aquarium that's only possible in Miami’s tropical climate. Be sure to allocate enough time to see this attraction during your Miami vacation because there is plenty to see.

3. Monkey Jungle
Monkey Jungle in southern Miami is a truly unique park and a must-see attraction during your Miami holiday. While humans walk through carefully constructed pathways, many species of primates fly above your head, swing through trees and interact with each other just like they do in the wild.

4. Coral Castle
Coral Castle is a true monument to the uniqueness of Miami and the power of love. This attraction was built by a Latvian-born Miami resident named Ed Leedskalnin as a monument to his lover. After 28 years of hard work, he introduced his 1100-ton coral creation to the world. It's a bit of a drive from downtown, but well worth the trip. Coral Castle is near many budget hotels in Miami.

5. Vizcaya
A visit to Miami is simply not complete without a stop at the historical 50-acre Vizcaya estate. This European-style mansion offers a glimpse of life in turn-of-the-century South Florida. It's also an extremely popular venue for galas, Miami weddings and other events.


Business Conferences at Miami Hotels

Business hotels in Miami are an ideal option for conferences and meetings, offering spacious and functional suites, extended stay opportunities, Miami meeting space and conference services. Convenient downtown access to major Miami businesses, including Leon Medical Centers, Kendall Regional Hospital, Dadeland Business District and Florida International University ensures that your Miami hotel provides a comfortable and productive stay when traveling for business.

Many hotels in Miami provide free business centers with high-speed Internet access, spacious work areas, two-line telephones with data ports, and access to copy machines. Conference rooms are available for a small fee, ensuring a comfortable and convenient conference in Miami.

Other business services offered at Miami business hotels include computer hook-ups, exercise rooms, fitness centers, free local calls, in-room electronic safes, fax machines, multiple phone lines and voice mail services. Many budget hotels in Miami offer these services, so there is no need to spend a fortune for the same amenities and business services.


Monday, February 11, 2013

More GREAT Guest Feeback

We LOVE the feedback we get from our guests :) Thank you so much for having everything ready for us. The rooming list was great and the girls had no problems checking in. Thank you again! Nitta Omensetter Tampa United Volleyball Academy --------------------------------- Dear Sirs, I am writing you to congratulate you for the great man you have working with you. I stayed in your hotel from January 12-28th and I liked it very much. Everybody is very nice! But Mr. Eriberto was very king and careful to me! I am from Brazil and these days making a revival of my trip I reminded him. It begun with a simple gesture but it meant a lot to me! That because I had an acident here in Brazil and I had to travel using cruches and a wheelchair. I didn't ask anything, and nobody ask him to do anything. I call it SENSITIVITY! I am sending a photo (from me and my friend) if he remember me... I would appreciate if you could forward this message to him. Kind regards, Maura