The International Boat Show of Miami – Where to Stay and Play

Miami International Boat Show

The International Boat Show is one of the most anticipated events in Miami’s calendar, and perfect excuse to treat yourself to a luxury Miami villa rental at the same time. Attracting a well-heeled clique of jet set visitors, it returns again between February 14 and 18, 2019.

As one of the busiest times in the city, it’s worth organizing your trip in advance, to make sure it’s VIP access all the way, and you nab one of the top villas in Miami to stay.

If you’re planning to visit, here’s what you need to know.

Miami International Boat Show

What to Expect

Big things – in every respect. This is one of the top events for the global sailing community, with super yachts, sailboats, catamarans and sailing gear to marvel at. Last year attendance was up 7% with nearly 100,000 guests visiting from approximately 35 countries.

To avoid disappointment, tickets are worth buying in advance and start from $25 at miamiboatshow.com

Villa Valentina

Where to Stay

The International Boat Show takes place in Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin, which is just below downtown. Villas in Miami are always a great option for small and large groups, offering the right balance of freedom and privacy. Villazzo, offers the best Miami luxury house rentals, with five-star concierge service for your every need.

If you plan to stay close to the venue, Palm Island is a tranquil setting for some respite. Here, Villa Kayla is well suited to families, with five large bedrooms, a stunning pool and views across the bay.

If you’re looking to moor up, then Villa Valentina offers a waterside residence for your superyacht that is sure to impress. With all the trappings of luxury, this six-bedroom luxury Miami villa is one of the most sought after.

Just minutes from the excitement of Miami Beach is Villa Melissa – an elegant four-bedroom property with a private dock.

Nobu Miami

Restaurants & Bars

Much like the exquisite villas in Miami Fl, its food and drink scene is impressive. If you want to soak up the city in all its glory, then a walk down Collins Avenue offers plenty of eateries and bars to swing by.

However, reservations are always advised, especially at this busy time.

For high-end dining, Nobu remains a hip spot for Japanese cuisine at its best; you never know who you might rub shoulders with too. An institution, Joe’s Stone Crab is a stalwart in the city, offering great local seafood dishes. Or, for all-American dining, try The Dutch – also a good spot for brunch.

With plenty of bars, you’re spoiled for choice.

For business meetings in a chic setting, Le Sirenuse is a great venue for discerning visitors. Likewise, The Regent Cocktail Club is a popular spot, slightly more upbeat with a post-prohibition theme and sophisticated cocktails. Another popular joint is Jim & Neesie in Miami beach; expect inspiring cocktails with an equally punchy bar menu.

Champagne Service

Private Member Clubs and After Hours

Within mooring distance of your luxury villa rental, Miami has no end of dazzling clubs for those wishing to party into the night.

Liv at the Fontainbleau is one of the city’s prime nightspots, known for big name DJs and VIP access.

There’s always something going on at Soho Beach House. Restricted to members and their guests, it’s stunning restaurant – Cecconi’s, is also worth a detour.

For high rollers, The Bath Club is one of the city’s most exclusive members-only clubs. If you are a member, or happen to know one, it’s perfectly placed for all the action just off Collins Avenue.

Enjoy Miami as it’s meant – in true style, staying in a luxury villa rentals with Villazzo. With outstanding customer service and an unrivalled portfolio of properties, you’re guaranteed a five-star stay.

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