Head outdoors to enjoy the wonderful Miami weather. Rent a convertible and drive through Old Cutler Road to discover the origins of Miami and scenic parks like Matheson Hammocks. Find yourself lost in the beach side tranquility, away from the city bustle. When ready for lunch, visit Red Fish Grill for globally inspired coastal classics and a relaxing waterfront lunch. Afterwards, stroll through the Fairchild Tropical Gardens and soak up the natural bliss, with beautiful flowers emanating sweet fragrances as you wander through the garden. Perhaps a morning yoga class on our 5th Floor SkyLawn will awaken you for the day to come.
Enjoy an afternoon filled with Miami classics. Order tapas and a mojito at Ball & Chain, a popular local restaurant and bar, before heading into Miami's famous Little Havana, or Calle Ocho, to try a Cuban espresso paired with a locally made, hand-rolled cigar. Take a tour of the famous cigar manufacturers and participate in a game of domino's in the famous Domino Park. Prefer shopping? Enjoy the new Brickell City Center, blocks from our hotel in the heart of downtown Miami. The Design District is minutes away shall you want to spoil yourself with international apparel designers and jewelers. Science buff? Check out the Frost Science Museums' Planetarium and Aquarium steps from the hotel.
As the night falls, let the beats of live Cuban music take over you at Hoy Como Ayer, a local hangout for Cuban music aficionados. Continue your night at Rose Bar at the infamous Art Deco District icon, the Delano Hotel on South Beach. Engage in quiet conversations while enjoying cocktails by the poolside bar. Then dance the night away at LIV Miami or STORY, the most famous clubs in South Beach, before retiring to your luxurious room back at the InterContinental Miami hotel.
El Credito Cigar Factory
Customize & ship cigars to anywhere in the world.Located in the heart of Little Havana. Located blocks from our hotel.
Everglades National Park
These are America's largest saw grass prairies and deepest mangrove swamps.
John Pennekamp Coral Reef Park
In Key Largo which is the diving capital of the world, you may enjoy a glass-bottom boat ride.
Port of Miami
Miami is the Cruise Capital of the World!