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Just outside the Best Western Plus Atlantic Beach Resort, guests will find themselves directly on Atlantic’s best beaches and boardwalk. When not enjoying the sand and surf, guests can also explore Miami Beach attractions, like the Miami Seaquarium, Jungle Island Recreational Park, Coconut Grove and the Port of Miami. Want to catch one of Miami Beach’s famous festivals or events? Check out the Yearly Boat Show in February or the Ultra Music Festival and Winter Music Conference in March. The Miami International Airport is also close by, which means getting to and from Miami Beach is a breeze.
Inside this beautiful, environmentally friendly Miami Beach hotel, guests will enjoy spacious, 100% non-smoking guest rooms, complete with cable satellite television, an in-room refrigerator and free wireless high-speed internet access. Most of our rooms offer ocean views. Other amenities at this Miami Beach hotel include a full service restaurant, the Pool Bar and Grill, upstairs lounge that is open 3 days a week, a sparkling outdoor swimming pool and fully equipped exercise facility.
Business guests of the Best Western Plus Atlantic Beach Resort will also appreciate the fully equipped business center, on-site meeting and banquet facilities that can accommodate up to 150 people, and a close proximity to local businesses and the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Miami: A destination that defies all expectations
Begin Your Adventure
Start with early morning selfies in South Beach, where the Atlantic Ocean and the National Register Art Deco District architecture make equally gorgeous backdrops. Then head to the Front Porch or the News Cafe. Both are located on Ocean Drive and are as renowned for their people watching as their Eggs Benedict.
After breakfast, drive west over the Julia Tuttle Causeway and through Little Haiti, where the storefronts of Kreyol bakeries and restaurants look as if they were imported directly from the Caribbean.
Art Deco on Miami Beach
It’s not just the colorful lifestyles and fashions that bring South Beach to life. Admire the colorful architecture lining iconic streets like Ocean Drive. Springing to life in the 1920s and 1930s, and often called the American Riviera, Miami Beach Art Deco was inspired by European trends in Paris and the Mediterranean, and introduced the city to new possibilities of vibrant colors and unique design. Thanks to preservation efforts, visitors can still enjoy these eye-catching beauties. Join a walking tour at the Art Deco Welcome Center to explore the area with an expert.
Sea, sand and sun in Surfside!