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Miami is warm year-round, meaning there’s never really a bad time to visit. However, the peak months of June, July and August can see temperatures rising over 35 degrees and humidity is high, which can be uncomfortable if you’re not used to the heat. Similarly, hurricane season runs from June to November, so prepare for the chance of storms if you choose to travel during these months.The best time to visit Miami is in the spring, between late February and May, as you’ll enjoy warm, calm weather and lower humidity. Unless you’re looking to party hard with the students that descend on the town around Easter, avoid Spring Break time.
Young groups should choose a hotel in South Beach to enjoy the area’s vibrant nightlife. By day, relax on the golden shores and enjoy a swim in the warm sea or stroll round the Art Deco district, where you’ll find more than 800 buildings (including quaint cafés and upmarket restaurants) built in 1920s Art Deco style.By night, dance music fanatics should visit Trade, while celebrity-haunt LIV welcomes the biggest names in music weekly. Twist is also well worth a visit, as the gay club is one of South Beach’s original destinations.Hotels in Downtown Miami will suit families, as it’s packed with shops, sports arenas and fascinating museums. Head to the American Airlines Arena to catch a game from NBA team Miami Heat or visit the Perez Art Museum to enjoy Miami’s famous art scene. The Bayside Marketplace is packed with international brands, making it heaven for shopaholics.Hotels in Little Havana are ideal for couples and groups. As it’s the centre of Miami’s rich Hispanic culture you can enjoy amazing Cuban food all across the area. Or you can head to Calle Ocho Walk of Fame to celebrate Cuba’s finest exports and enjoy a cocktail at spots like Cardon y El Tirano. You can even pick up an (almost) authentic Cuban cigar from shops across the neighbourhood.Coconut Grove is ideal for those seeking a luxury break, as its leafy streets and historic buildings give the area a laidback feel. It’s the original neighbourhood from which Miami’s sprawling metropolis developed, with some of the stunning buildings date back to the late 19th century.

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