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A Romantic Spree in Dreamy Miami

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About Miami

The coastal metropolis of Florida is one of the world’s most incredible, most exciting, and most iconic romantic destinations, thanks to its subtropical climate, picture-perfect skyline, pristine beaches, and relaxed ambiance. Its seas are called a ‘Diver’s Paradise’ with over 50 shipwrecks underwater, which scuba divers love to explore.

Miami got its name from one of the tribes that lived here in the 16th and 17th centuries called the “Mayaimi.” Even in winter, the city has the warmest location in the US, making it an excellent agricultural land that produces its own avocados, tomatoes, and mangoes.

This city may be famous because of its golden coast, yet downtown Miami is also a huge corporate center, with the highest concentration of international banks than any US city.

The best time to take high class escort Lisa Blaine to Miami

The best time to visit Florida’s Golden Coast is in Spring, between mid-February until May. During this period, the weather is warm, hurricane season hasn’t started, and summer humidity hasn’t fully arrived. Aside from the gorgeous weather, crowd sizes are also smaller in spring, and it is also the best time to sidestep the peak winter rates.

Miami has the warmest weather in the US, even in winter, with an average temperature between 65 -75 degrees Fahrenheit. Winter from December to February is also the driest time of the year where you can expect the least rainfall occurrence.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Miami? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Miami? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in Miami

Fisher Island Club and Hotel

five star hotel rating

The Fisher Island Club and Hotel is located on a private island and features exclusive access to a golf course and remote beach areas. This luxury resort in Miami Beach boasts guest rooms with kitchenettes and private balconies overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Guests can enjoy all meals at Dining at the Beach Club and other on-site restaurants like The Porto Cervo, which serves Italian cuisine. In addition, many Miami Beach attractions are accessible from the Fisher Island Club by ferries, such as the Lincoln Road Theater and the Art Deco Historic District.

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

five star hotel rating

Carillon claims to be a hybrid of a destination and resort spa, offering 360-degree mind and body wellness programs that use the latest technology to integrate Eastern and Western medical modalities. True to its theme, the resort’s luxurious and spacious accommodation has spa-inspired bathrooms tiled with Italian glass and stone flooring. Carillon also features the largest spa and fitness center on the Eastern seaboard at 70,000 square feet, offering over 40 fitness classes per week.

1 Hotel South Beach

five star hotel rating

This resort was named the #1 Hotel in Miami in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2019. 1 Hotel South Beach sits on 600 feet of beachfront, occupying an entire city block on Collins Avenue. All of its 426 guest rooms and suites offer unparalleled views of the Atlantic Ocean and Downtown Miami. The rooms are sustainably designed with driftwood furnishings and reclaimed natural materials, while most of its restaurants serve fresh & organic culinary experiences.

The Setai, Miami Beach

five star hotel rating

This oceanfront resort takes inspiration from its Asian roots and its location in the famous Art Deco district. The resort’s suites, furnished in Asian-style decor, offer serenity and intimacy with the magnificent view of the ocean. The Setai also offers Asian wellness classes such as yoga and tai-chi classes, while its restaurants highlight different Asian specialties, including Thai, Japanese, Indian, and Chinese cuisines.

The Standard Miami

five star hotel rating

The Standard Spa, located at Belle Isle in Biscayne Bay, is a holistic hydrotherapy spa hotel with stunning amenities that include an Infinity Pool, Roman Waterfall Hot Tub, and Arctic Plunge. Once awarded Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Favorite Spa Hotel, it is known for its DIY-based scrubs, plunges, and open-air mud baths. This Miami Beach hotel also features rooms with a view of the garden, Intracoastal Waterway, or outdoor pool, while its Japanese restaurant serves locally sourced seafood and seasonal produce.

Mandarin Oriental Miami

five star hotel rating

Mandarin Oriental sits on a prominent waterfront location with its 326 elegant guest rooms and suites offering dramatic views of the bay, Miami skyline, and Biscayne Bay. The contemporary 5-star hotel also offers premium amenities such as its infinity-edge outdoor pool with butler service and its state-of-the-art fitness center. Miami city center is only a 3-minute drive away from the Mandarin Oriental hotel, and the South Beach district is  6.3 miles away. 

The Most Romantic Restaurants in Miami

Not so long ago, Miami’s dining scene was not well-regarded because of its reputation as a clubby party city. But in the past two decades, Miami has been keeping up with its wealth of internationally acclaimed restaurants and exquisite dining destinations. Miami may not have a Michelin-starred restaurant yet, but if it did, chances are these restaurants would be some of the front-runners.

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Chef Joël Robuchon’s globally renowned restaurant specializes in Modern French cuisine served at a unique 34-seat dining counter and open kitchen, which allows for dynamic interaction between the chefs, the service team, and guests. In addition, the menu selections allow guests the flexibility to create their own experience. There are tasting menus, along with plenty of a la carte dishes like the La Caille made with caramelized quail, foie gras, potato purée, and the Le Boeuf created with prime ribeye butternut squash tartlet with caramelized onion.

Zuma

Zuma is already a pillar in Miami’s food scene, attracting long lines and crowds of local gourmands, celebrities, scene-chasers, and style icons. Chef Rainer Becker’s famed restaurant serves modern Japanese food inspired by traditional izakaya-style dining. At Zuma, they take pride in their food, and customer service is always spotless. Weekend reservations are hard to come by, so plan to reserve weeks in advance. If you don’t like crowds, it is much quieter and comfortable on weekdays.

Joe’s Stone Crab

This 100-year-old restaurant is already an institution and thought to have started the stone crab craze that captures Miami to this day. Ordering the stone crabs is a no-brainer, which is served with their equally legendary mustard sauce, but this is not only the reason why Joe’s is famous. From an assortment of seafood dishes to steaks to its famous fried chicken and key lime pie, Joe’s makes sure every visit is going to be worth it.

Matador Room

Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Matador Room features a jaw-dropping interior design to match his distinctive modern interpretation of Latin cuisine influenced by Spanish, Caribbean, and South American flavors. Matador Room’s seasonal menu embraces Miami’s strong sense of place and locality through locally sourced, seasonal, inventive cooking. A show of their creative cooking is seen in their charred octopus with smoked paprika and herbs and also in their Florida grouper taco cooked on a griddle.

Stubborn Seed

Stubborn Seed by Top Chef Winner Jeremy Ford is the only restaurant to have earned a 4-Star review by the Miami Herald in over two years. This restaurant is executing high-end meals with dishes like a seared foie gras with pumpkin, crispy duck with creamy grits, and poached Maine lobster. The menu constantly changes with a lot of seasonal a la carte options as well as tasting menus.

Leku

Leku means “The Place” in the Basque language. Young chef Mikel Goikolea, who worked at three-star Michelin Azurmendi in the Basque Country of Northern Spain, takes Leku’s diners on a whirlwind tour of Spain. The restaurant uses an expensive Josper Grill for many of its dishes like its sous vide Branzino,  which is then cooked quickly at a high temperature using charcoal.

Romantic highlights of the city

Visit the Famous Art Deco on Miami Beach

Join a walking tour and look through the 900 historic, perfectly preserved Art Deco buildings with or without a guide. Registered in 1979 as a National Register District, Miami’s Art Deco District has the nation’s largest concentration of Art Deco Architecture. It was inspired by European trends in Paris and the Mediterranean and introduced the city to vibrant colors and unique designs.

Take romantic photos from Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Built in 1916, this Italian-inspired villa is one of the most romantic places in Miami. Vizcaya was the winter home of American industrialist James Deering, who modeled the estate in the extravagant image of a centuries-old European villa. It is filled with antique treasures and rare artworks, and its beautiful gardens are home to peacocks and rare breeds of plants, a perfect setting for a romantic stroll.

See what your future holds at the Coral Castle

Billy Idol’s song “Sweet Sixteen” is about the heartbreaking story of Edward Leedskalnin and how the Coral Castle was built. This incredible stone sculpture garden was made by hand by Leedskalnin from 1921 to 1951, using 1,100 tons of coral rock as his monument for his lost love, who left him a day before their wedding. Since then, this place has become a point of interest in Miami, and it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Every first Saturday of the month, palm and tarot readers descend on the site and offer visitors ‘readings’ about love and relationships.

Learn how to Dance Salsa in Calle Ocho

Every last Friday of each month, Miami’s Calle Ocho is filled with Latin sounds during Viernes Culturales or Cultural Friday. Several brands perform, and dancing in the street is not only allowed but expected. But, if you don’t know how to salsa, you take a few lessons at one of Miami’s Latin clubs with your favorite for a much more memorable Miami getaway.

Stroll past the Miami River

Miami River is one of the city’s famous destination landscapes, and this is where you can see and enjoy some of the metropolis’ most iconic cityscapes. Hold hands with your beloved and take a stroll by the riverside along this scenic pedestrian walkway. Evenings are serene and magical, as city lights shimmer on the water’s surface.

Luxury Yacht

Pop a bottle of champagne while cruising over the glistening waters of Biscayne Bay at sunset. What can be more romantic than witnessing the stunning skyline of Miami while it gradually turns amber? Feel the gentle breeze on your face while enjoying a sunset yacht ride past Miami’s scenic landmarks such as Millionaire’s Row and the buildings in the Art Deco District. Then you can cap off your day with a lovely dinner with an option to be serenaded by a musical performer.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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