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Miami Nightlife

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From South Beach to Coconut Grove, Miami’s nightlife neighborhoods offer something to suit every taste. Whether you want dancing, lounging or relaxing by the bay? There’s a Miami night spot that fits the bill.

South Beach
The South Beach club scene is still going strong catering to an upscale international and domestic party crowd that’s made the town famous for partying. The annual Ultra Music Festival is a popular draw. South Beach also has many low key lounges and bars to enjoy as well.

Midtown & Wynwood

Part of the charm of the Midtown/Wynwood area is that the spots are a bit hidden and a little undercover. There are new nightlife venues popping up all the time. Venues range from cozy wooden taverns to giant galleries. Since Midtown/Wynwood ids just north of the downtown area, we recommend you choose one of the many downtown hotels for your stay.


Downtown Miami is one of the oldest areas in Miami and you can always count on an after-work crowd for happy hour that bleeds late into the night. Miami has many excellent first class hotels in the downtown area.

The Grove caters the young adult and college crowd. There are numerous is small bars and local restaurants where you can sit outside and enjoy a glass of wine. You can walk through these charming little streets popular with locals of all ages. We recommend the following hotels for your next stay in the Coconut Grove area of Miami.

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