Resort near the Everglades and downtown Miami with a gaming floor featuring over 2,000 machines and multiple dining options
Hotel at a Glance: Miccosukee Resort & Gaming
Miami is known for its lively nightlife and stunning scenery. Miccosukee Resort & Gaming takes its city’s reputation to heart, with amenities that include a massive gaming floor and numerous bars plus a location adjacent to the Everglades.
- Gaming destination: The resort houses over 2,000 gaming machines, from classic games to cutting-edge machines featuring special effects.
- A place to unwind: The resort’s inviting spa and salon encourages guests to relax after long days of gaming and exploring the Miami area.
- 24-hour dining: Ready for whenever cravings hit, the resort’s deli is open 24/7. Other options include an international buffet and martini bar.
- Close to outdoor landmarks: The resort neighbors the Everglades’ Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area and is less than an hour’s drive from Miami Beach.
Miami: Balmy Climate and Vibrant Nightlife in South Florida
Towering skyscrapers, high-rise condos, and performing-arts buildings punctuate the skyline of downtown Miami. During the day, the area is filled with busy professionals headed to and from the office, but at night it becomes an entertainment hot spot as bars and lounges open their doors. It’s also home to AmericanAirlines Arena, where you’ll find big-name headliners—think U2 and Madonna—as well as Miami Heat games. Next door, Bayside Marketplace is a nice spot to eat dinner and do some shopping along Biscayne Bay.
Take Route 1A across the bay and you’ll find yourself in Miami Beach. 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.