Beachside Trump Resort with Full-Service Spa
Miami's South Beach is one of the country’s flashiest locales, with its neon-lit nightclubs, designer boutiques, and scores of candy-colored art-deco buildings lining Ocean Drive. A short shuttle ride away, the stylish Trump International Beach Resort presents a luxurious hideaway just steps from the Atlantic Ocean. You can explore the water on kayaks or look out on the waves from a grotto-like swimming pool. The resort’s many restaurants stay close to the water, too, offering everything from poolside bites to gourmet seafood served on the shore.
Ocean-blue umbrellas shade wicker tables at the waterfront Bella Beach restaurant, where diners can lounge on day beds as they munch on caviar and lobster. Chefs artfully prepare Italian food at Neomi's, where the short ribs are braised in chianti for a full day.
You can also dine on your room's private balcony, which looks out on postcard-worthy views of the Intracoastal Waterway or the Atlantic Ocean. Inside, the decor incorporates bold teal and chartreuse accents that give the rooms a breezy, tropical feel. Before heading out to the beach, make a pit stop at Aquanox Spa for relaxing and rejuvenating skin treatments such as nutrient-rich anti-aging facials.
Miami Beach: Pristine Oceanfront and Latin-Flavored Culture
Miami Beach is set along a series of barrier islands separated from Miami proper by Biscayne Bay. The southernmost portion, South Beach, is known all over the world for its vibrant, pastel-colored art-deco hotels and rollicking nightlife. But the rest of Miami Beach has charms of its own. Water temperatures at the city's pristine beaches stay on the good side of 70 degrees all year long, and views of the Atlantic Ocean are unparalleled. A seaside boardwalk stretches for more than 70 blocks, providing a scenic pathway for jogging, biking, or conga-lining your way from North Beach to South Beach.
No trip to Miami Beach is complete without sampling some authentic Cuban food, such as the medianoche sandwiches available at any local joint. Latin flavor seeps into the music scene, too, inspiring bouts of salsa dancing after a few rum-soaked mojitos at one of the nightclubs along Ocean Drive. A morning-after swim in the calm Atlantic is a good way to restore equilibrium.
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