Hotel St. Augustine’s Blog
All of the neighborhoods in Miami are worth a visit, each for a different reason. For example, Wynwood Walls for its murals, Coconut Grove for its architecture, and South Beach for Hotel St. Augustine. The Miami Design District is known especially for its designer stores, restaurants, buildings, and of course, the art that ties it all together.
Sometimes the best way to get to know a city is to get lost in it. While exploring on foot is a great way to pop in and out of shops and attractions easily, other modes of transportation allow you to see a destination in a different way—whether that means you see more of a city than you would on foot, or you simply see it from a different perspective.
Miami is one of the best places to spend the holiday season. Although snow and sweaters are often associated with the festivities, who says warmer weather can’t be just as jovial? Here in Florida, you won’t have to worry about bulky coats and driving conditions, so you can simply focus on spending time with your loved ones.
When it comes to Halloween events in Miami, the city is jam-packed with haunted houses, nightlife, and festivities galore. But the best part of Halloween is dressing up, so you need to make sure your costume is appreciated wherever you go to celebrate.
When you think of Miami, you probably think of nightclubs, hot bars and restaurants, and beaches. However, you should also be thinking about our Miami national parks, with alligators, mangrove forests, and more.
Bayside Marketplace is one of the most unique places to shop in Miami—and one of the most popular, too. With its open-air layout, you can still appreciate the sunshine and warm weather that Miami has to offer while perusing your favorite stores. While the mall has dozens of national and global chains, a few of the shops you'll only find here in Miami. Bring back something from your trip to Florida with an item you won't find at home.