Miami Hotel Shuttles
MIA airport hotel transfers
Some would say the city is oddly placed, at the tip of an everglade just a few hundred miles from The Bahamas and Cuba. Others would say the floating city from the 70s is hardly the oddest thing in the world. See the Art Deco metropolis for what it really is, whether it's through the lens of L.A.-inspired bikini culture or incredible graces with impossible nature, all at the whim of shifting a perspective. Great ways to get that right angle is by having the right vehicle, whether that means reserving a quiet sedan for the freedom to experience solo coastline drives along Highway 1, or opting out for the convenience of meet-and-greet services, especially popular for those constantly on the go. Choose between limousines built to impress, or taxis perfect for bypassing traffic, also considering the joys of conversation with a local personal driver.
Home to a striking skyline mostly made up of high-rise resorts and hotels, visitors of Miami can easily find the perfect fit. Choose from various waterfront options in downtown, swanky options including the rooftop pools and breezy cafe at InterContinental Miami as well as luxury dining & instant access to the Miami Riverwalk provided by Kimpton EPIC Hotel. For something close to downtown but not too close, hang out in the Brickell neighborhood, looking forward to waterfront views and walking distance from a MetroMover Station at Fortune House Hotel, home to apartment-style suites great for extended stays, also considering the SLS Brickell Hotel for its close access to the Financial District and trendy interior design. And of course, close access to Miami International Airport offers the most convenience for frequent fliers, from the Sheraton Miami Airport’s executive-friendly atmosphere to the not-too-fancy-but-modern atmosphere of Hilton Garden Inn Airport West.
Though booking rides and hotels may sound fun, guests arriving to the vibrant Latin-centric city can easily discover Miami’s rhythms, simply by observing. Consider what matters most with inquisitive walks across otherworldly nature, looking forward to hundreds of historic acres at Deering Estate or swimming across the spring-filled waters of The Venetian Pool. Toward the city rests a thick cluster of passerby, exhibits and shopping malls, a handful of worthy locales located on the city’s outskirts, including the old hedges and artworks of Vizcaya Museum’s 1914 mansion setting, and self-guided tours through an authentic coral-rock building at the Coral Gables Museum. And finally, settle down with a dinner to remember with a conversation at one of many popular Cuban spots, whether that means talking over the day with authentic recipes at El Rinconcito Latino or looking forward to homestyle hacienda treats with good thoughts at La Carreta.