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Located in South Miami, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from University of Miami and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Dadeland Mall. Miracle Mile and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens ...
Located in South Beach, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Espanola Way and Washington Avenue, Collins Avenue Shopping Area, and Lincoln Road Mall. Miami ...
Located in Sunny Isles Beach, this beachfront resort is in the entertainment district and within a 15-minute walk of Newport Fishing Pier and Oleta River State ...
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Escape the cold climate of New England and enjoy the tropical settings of southeastern Florida by flying between Hartford’s Bradley International Airport (BDL), and Miami International Airport (MIA.) Situated along the Atlantic Ocean, Miami is a major international hub for commerce, finances, entertainment and hospitality. Caribbean and South American culture heavily influences the character of this South Florida destination.
Interstate 95 connects Miami with other major cities in south Florida including West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. Metromover and Metrorail both provide convenient ways of navigating Miami's downtown area, including the Brickell district.
Head over to Miami Beach to enjoy oceanfront lodging, along miles of beaches that are lined with resorts and boutique style hotels. True sports fans will want to visit American Airlines Arena, Sun Life Stadium and Marlins Park to catch a game. Pick up a rental car and cruise around Key Biscayne to enjoy pristine beaches with coconut palm trees, or watch dolphins or an orca at the Miami Seaquarium.
The flight time between BDL and MIA normally takes about three and a half hours in total. When you head to Miami's premier beaches, visit the South Beach district to explore the world's largest installation of Art Deco architecture. Authentic Caribbean Rum is typically a favorite drink in Miami's beachfront bars.