Hotel at a Glance: Holiday Inn Miami-Doral
Less than 10 miles from Miami International Airport, the Holiday Inn Miami-Doral is well situated for exploring greater Miami. It's nestled in a Cuban-influenced residential area, which provides a quiet respite from Miami's busy beaches and nightclubs. Near the hotel, you can shop at the Dolphin and Miami International Malls or visit Miami Seaquarium and Zoo Miami.
The hotel is designed to accommodate both family and business travelers. There's an outdoor pool and a barbecue area for midday cookouts. Business travelers can take advantage of a spacious meeting area and access to AV equipment.
- Grab a bite: At the onsite Changes Bar & Grille or one of the many restaurants within walking distance of the hotel
- Family-friendly fun: Visit Zoo Miami, home to thousands of exotic animals and flowers. Miami Seaquarium offers a glimpse of local marine life, with whale and dolphin shows daily.
- Fun in the sun: Kids and adults alike can splash in the outdoor pool before heading to the beach, which is a short drive east.
- Rest and relaxation: Each guest room feels like a home away from home with pillow-top mattresses and free WiFi.
- Flex your muscles: The hotel's fitness center is open 24 hours and stocked with cardio equipment, weight machines, and palm-tree-lined treadmills.
Doral, Florida: Greater Miami Suburb near South Beach and Everglades National Park
A western suburb of Miami, the city of Doral is home to a handful of authentic Cuban restaurants and the Miami International Mall, which features more than 140 shops. While Everglades National Park is only about 30 minutes south, most visitors spend their time exploring the world-famous beaches and vibrant nightlife of nearby Miami Beach. The red-hot center of this sexy, international social scene is South Beach, a 20-block stretch filled with upscale lounges, rooftop bars, and ultrahip hangouts behind velvet ropes. Lummus Park beach is packed by mid-morning, and the clubs on Ocean Drive and Washington Avenue—many of which stay open until 5 a.m.—vie for the limelight with VIP service, celebrity DJs, and dressed-to-the-nines crowds.
Beyond the fast-paced luxury of South Beach lies Miami Beach’s softer side. A leisurely stroll through the Art Deco District reveals hundreds of beautiful, candy-colored buildings, including Versace Mansion—a 1930 manor modeled after a palace in the Dominican Republic that belonged to Christopher Columbus’s family. The centerpiece of the city’s arts scene, the Bass Museum of Art displays works from Peter Paul Rubens and Sandro Botticelli, and modern-design objects and propaganda arts fill three stories at the Wolfsonian-FIU museum.
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