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People watching is a great pastime in Miami's South Beach, which draws celebrities and beautiful people in skimpy swim attire to see and be seen. The wide and fine, white sand-covered beaches are popular spots for fashion photo shoots, so you're...more
The beach and sand is good, lifeguards around and sometimes crowded. The swimming area is also marked properly. I also liked the washing area at the exist since its uncommon in many beach areas around the world. There are no beach shacks as many people...More
The beach is good for sun bathing. Swimming was okay because that time the wave is relatively strong. There was a lifeguard on duty so it was a little bit safer. Police officer are in the view also, they rode their ATV to get close...More
The hotel was great. Staff was even better. We were upgraded to a townhouse when we arrived. Rooms were clean and welcoming. Veral who worked at the beach as a host was great had a positive attitude and was very attentive to our needs. Would...More
I went to South Beach over the Labor Day weekend. As it was my first time in the area I was quite excited about the visit. I was however left disappointed. The beach itself is nice with a good vibe,however expect to pay around $35...More
South Beach was fun, there was a lot to do and everything was within walking distance from SLS Hotel. The locals were super friendly and nice. The restaurants and drinks are overpriced, keep in mind everywhere you go the gratuity is included.
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There are several tours offered by the cruise lines and Viator, Trip Advisor, etc that will store your luggage on the bus. We did the Everglades swamp tour out of Miami to spend the day and it did not disappoint. You can... More
There are several tours offered by the cruise lines and Viator, Trip Advisor, etc that will store your luggage on the bus. We did the Everglades swamp tour out of Miami to spend the day and it did not disappoint. You can also take a taxi over to the Bayside Marketplace (just a mile or two from the cruise port) to do some shopping and restaurants and they have a place to store luggage. If Jungle Island hadn't of been destroyed by the hurricane a few years ago I would suggest going there. We loved it and they stored our luggage for us (maybe look online to see if re-opened yet but it was still closed back in April). The Miamiseaquarium is a great place to visit for the day and they will also store your luggage while you are there. It's also just a few miles from the cruise port so you could take a cab there for about $20 or so. I hope these suggestions help.