An Art Deco treasure, the Colony Hotel - situated on Miami's famous South Beach - has set the standard for hospitality and style since 1935. Instantly recognisable by its blue neon sign, the hotel - which has made numerous cameo appearances in scores of movies and TV shows, including "Dexter" - is one of the most photographed hotels in the world.
Surrounded by hundreds of popular restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs and boutique shops, this iconic South Beach hotel offers guests comfortable accommodations, exceptional service, and an ideal location.
The Hotel Colony provides all the facilities you'd expect from a four-star South Beach hotel. There's a 24-hour reception, restaurant and Lobby Bar, complimentary internet access, and valet parking. Make the most of Miami's famous nightlife with discount passes for local clubs and special events, available from reception.
Food, drink & entertainment
Immerse yourself in the Colony Hotel's Art Deco history with a refreshing cocktail in the lobby bar or sit back and enjoy the scene while people watching on the restaurant’s terrace.
Sport, games & activities
This seafront Miami hotel is conveniently located close to Oceanfront Park, where you can enjoy water sports, volleyball and basketball. Golfers don't have far to go, with the 18 hole Bayshore Golf Course just two miles away.
Complementing its Art Deco heritage with contemporary flair, guest accommodations at the Colony Hotel are decorated in comfortable shades of green and beige, accented with dark browns. European-style rooms feature flat-screen TVs, pine floors, continental bedding and linens, custom Art Deco furniture, in-room safes, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
A hip city break and a hot beach holiday all in one? That's what you get when you go to Miami. The vibrancy of this place is infectious; whether you're shopping in designer boutiques, celebrity spotting in South Beach or sipping cocktails at sunset.
Browse top notch galleries, stroll along palm-lined boulevards and gaze at the deliciously bright Art deco houses. The beaches here are broad and sandy –perfect for kicking back and people watching beneath the Floridian rays. After dark, Miami really comes into its own with an electric nightlife scene that's one of the planet's best. Miami has everything you'd expect from a buzzing city, with the added bonus of sand and surf.
Pack your biggest sunglasses and head off on holiday to the best of both worlds.
Miami's south Florida location means it's warm all year round. Visit between November and April for not-too-hot highs and the driest weather.
As tempting as it seems, it's a real shame to come to Miami and do nothing but laze around on the beach. There's always something new to discover in this chic and quirky city. Visually, it's a treat, with those iconic, candy-coloured buildings, a thriving arts community and galleries aplenty. When it comes to retail therapy, there's something for all budgets and tastes – from the high end stores of The Strip, to the bargain out of town malls and the offbeat boutiques of South Beach. That stunning coastline means a plethora of water based activities; from jet skis to diving, fishing to surfing and just about everything in between.
The local cuisine is a heady mixture of Caribbean and Latino influences. Head to Little Havana for yummy Cuban dishes and a lively atmosphere. It should come as no surprise that the catch of the day in Miami is delicious, or that the seafood restaurants are out of this world. Being a big city, Miami also has its fair share of international eateries and good old American fast food joints.
Nightlife in Miami is one of the reasons why so many people flock here. Superstar DJs have been playing sets on the best of Miami's decks for years and the parties are legendary. As well as clubs, you'll find an array of other venues – from ultra sleek cocktail bars to laid back places by the beach.
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