Vacationing in Miami? Isn't it time to think about your winter vacation? Miami is a great destination but hotels in high season can be quite expensive. Here are some other options to save money.
Let's start with the unlucky ones who can stay only 10-15 days in Miami. I usually advise to go on my favorite website when I travel somewhere: Airbnb.com. You can also try vrbo.com and homeaway.com. Just make sure to ask if the unit you want is located in a short term allowed building and neighborhood because you don't want Code enforcement to knock on your door and make you vacate the place. Also make sure cleaning is included in the price, parking and ask if someone will welcome you at check-in or if you'll have to get the lockbox code and solve the issues by yourself when you land in the middle of the night....
For the lucky ones who can stay one month or more be aware that only a few buildings allow rentals for less than 6 months. Check with your landlord. Great buildings in South Beach for this type of rentals are the In the neighborhood, you should also check out the yacht club at portofino , which is in the SoFi area or the most prestigious and serene neighborhood. It's great for boat owners since it's right on the marina and walking distance to the beach. The Decoplage , and the Roney Palace are a good option for a more vibrant vacation since they are very close to Lincoln road and on the beach. Finally if you want to experience the parties and night life I would suggest to get a condo at the Flamingo .
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Malibu farm restaurant Can you count how many times you have eaten watching the ocean? Well probably not many times because there are only a few spots where you can enjoy a meal overlooking the ocean in Miami.
Here is one which opened in April: Malibu Farm at the Eden Roc hotel. I tried it last week with some friends. First of all, the restaurant is gorgeous but I personally think you should go for lunch since even if we were there with a beautiful moon overloooking the ocean, nothing compares to the pristine blue ocean. Or maybe for happy hour and an early dinner?
Regarding the food, it is a farm to table concept so everything is organic and grown locally. The burrata and arugula was great but nothing fancy. If you are looking for something different you should try the vegetable paella. We also had the fish of the day which was a delicious savory branzino.
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