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Though Dream offers an array of leisurely pursuits onsite, from our rooftop pool oasis to spa treatments and an exhilarating nightlife scene, the surrounding area abounds with must-see attractions and South Beach events. From the white sand beaches of Miami to rows of chic shops, bars and nightclubs, every interest is catered to here.
South Beach is celebrated for its electrifying streets full of clubs, bars and fashionable shops as well as white sand beaches that border the Atlantic Ocean. When you stay at Dream on your South Beach vacation or business trip, you're staying in the heart of the renowned Art Deco District with rows of architectural marvels that reflect the city's thick and impressive history. Browse these distinct buildings and explore the city's fascinating areas below in our guide to South Beach and Miami:
Lincoln Road is an open-air pedestrian mall, considered South Beach's premiere shopping area. It houses various restaurants and nightclubs, as well as many retail outlets. The street is located in between 16th Street and 17th Street and spans the beach in an east-west direction.
The easternmost street in South Beach, Ocean Drive is a popular Spring Break and tourist area, including the famous Pearl and Nikki Beach nightspots. It is also home to several prominent restaurants, bars and shops.
Running from Collins Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue, Española Way was conceived by N.B.T. Roney in 1925 as "The Historic Spanish Village," modeled after the Mediterranean villages found in France and Spain. Today the area is dotted with art galleries, restaurants, and quirky shops. Over the past few years, its bars and restaurants have increasingly become a gathering place for the large Italian community in Miami.
The Design District is mostly made up of old low-rise warehouses and gallery spaces, which have been converted into retail spaces, art galleries, restaurants and cafés. After decades of falling to urban decay, the Design District has risen to fame as an epicenter of art, design, and fashion. It is home to over 130 galleries, showrooms, creative services, architecture firms, stores, antiques dealers, eateries and bars.
The Wynwood Art District is filled with over 60 galleries representing a broad array of artistic styles and statements. Every second Saturday of the month, the Wynwood Art Walk takes place with gallery events and festivities. The area is also home to funky thrift stores, antique shops, eclectic bars, and amazing outdoor graffiti.
South Beach is home to a variety of exciting yearly events and festivals, including the Regatta and Art Basel. Review our favorite South Beach Miami events and book a reservation today to stay ahead of the crowds.
Every January, stroll the streets of the Art Deco District right outside the hotel's doors and enjoy a parade, music, film showings, tours, a classic car fest, a street fair, food and drinks.
Held annually in February, the Miami International Boat Show is Florida's largest annual event and features more than 3,000 boats and 2,000 exhibitors from all over the globe.
Every March, Calle Ocho takes over the streets of Miami's Little Havana in a wild Cuban-American street party.
Occurring every March, the Ultra Music Festival is an outdoor electronic music festival held in Downtown Miami at Bicentennial Park.
One of the most publicized annual music gatherings in the world, Winter Music Conference attracts thousands of artists and music industry delegates from 70 countries and over 100,000 event attendees each year for a concentrated schedule of more than 400 events, parties, seminars and workshops throughout Downtown Miami and South Beach.
One of the best jazz festivals in the country, over 40,000 people come to hear Jazz, R&B, and Soul artists every year in March.
This April festival is ranked as one of the top ten wine festivals in the nation, featuring an array of culinary and wine events.
Running April through May, the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival screens extraordinary films that provide perspectives on the GLBT experience.
There are a variety of parades and fireworks displays taking place on July 4th in Miami to celebrate the birth of our nation.
The Columbus Day Regatta takes place every October at Biscayne Bay, bringing boaters from all over to participate in sailing races. The weeklong event includes art exhibits, cocktail parties, awards and of course, the races.
The Carnival Miami Parade & Festival is one of the most popular events in Miami. The event celebrates Caribbean culture with lively music, food, arts & crafts, and an extremely colorful mardi gras-style parade.
Art Basel Miami Beach is the most important art show in the United States, a cultural and social highlight for the Americas. The event takes place in December with more than 260 leading galleries from North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa taking part, showcasing works by more than 2,000 artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.