Written on: 06/06/2012
Perfect weather, palm trees, blue ocean, exotic plants and of course, miles of exquisite white sandy beaches- there is only one place in the world where the epithet heaven on earth sits as comfortably as it does on Miami, Florida- our spring break destination for the year.
Truth be told, initially I was bummed about the fact that we could not find accommodation anywhere near South Beach, but the place we had rented on Sunny Isles Beach, seemed like a pretty good deal. However, the minute I stepped into our luxury condo, I realized that ‘a pretty good deal’ was an understatement, it was a one-off. My jaws literally dropped as I walked into the fully functional apartment overlooking the ocean. As a matter of fact, it had an amazing view of the ocean and the beach. Moreover, the apartment was beautifully decorated and had everything one could ever ask for including a flat screen TV! Anyway, I was sort of apprehensive about the sleeping arrangements since the apartment had only one bedroom, but then it turned out that it had a queen size bed that easily accommodated the three of us. Not like I would mind sleeping on the sofa in the living area because that was really cozy as well. Therefore, the accommodation worked out really well for us- too well if you ask me because we squandered a significant portion of day 1 indoors just gushing over it. Nonetheless, we did go out in the evening for a while to swim and grab a couple of drinks at the waterside bar, but none of us were willing to explore beyond the walls of the beach fort. Consequently, we had to extend our stay.
The next couple of days were spent visiting the countless tourist attractions Miami had to offer namely the Oleta River State Park, the Seaquarium and of course South Beach, all located minutes away from where we were staying. Considering my passion for arts and culture, I was particularly thrilled about the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, which was also a short drive away. As far as gastronomy is concerned, Miami is known to be very diverse and we were lucky enough to experience the wide variety of cuisines found in the nearby restaurants.
To sum it all up, we made the most out of our time spent in Miami and I feel like that had a lot to do with our housing. Not only was it conveniently situated, but it had everything you can find at a 5 star hotel and came with a very reasonable price tag. Therefore, I would not only recommend it to anyone heading towards Miami, but insist that they stay at the Trump Miami Beach Pool Patio Ocean View Beach Fort. This fantastic place is guaranteed to give even the best hotels and resorts a run for their money.
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