Location
• Located directly in South Beach's fashionable and diverse Art Deco District
• Walking distance to the Beach, Shopping, Restaurants and Nightlife
• Only 5 blocks from Lincoln Road and 3 minutes from the Miami Beach Convention Center

 

 

ABOUT SOUTH BEACH

South Beach is a mecca for beautiful people, nightlife, sun, and celebration. Locally referred to as “SOBE,” it is the section of Miami Beach that stretches across the lower 23 blocks of the island from 1st Street to 23rd. As a major international destination for entertainment, art and culture, tourists from around the world flock to South Beach to stroll down Ocean Drive, dine at Lincoln Rd, sunbathe (top optional) on one of the beautiful light sand beaches, and party until dawn at one of the many famous clubs and party scenes of South Beach.


South Beach has much to offer guests, visitors and locals alike, with a variety of outdoor cafes, designer shops, exquisite hotels, and beach chic fun. Bicycles and walking are the preferred form of transportation, while boating, jet-skiing and other water activities are readily available at several ocean front locations. Take a stroll down Lincoln Road, a famous destination for dining and shopping that leads straight to Ocean Drive, the most notorious street in Miami. Washington and Collins Avenues feature the most prominent night clubs, lounges and bars that welcome South Beach’s most beautiful and elite, with a reputation for having a discretionary eye.

 

Driving Directions from the Miami International Airport:

 

Miami International Airport (MIA) is located 15 minutes from the Miami Beach Guest House. 

From Miami International Airport: Follow overhead exit sign for Le Jeune Road South (NW 42nd Avenue) and Expressway S.R. 836. Travel South on Le Jeune Road for 0.75 miles towards SR 836. Immediately after going under the second overpass, turn right onto access ramp for Expressway 836 East and drive on it to the toll plaza. After the toll plaza, follow overhead sign for I-395 East/Miami Beach. Continue on I-395 East to the Mac Arthur Causeway US - 41E (same roadway; name changes at water's edge). Stay on Mac Arthur Causeway - this will bring you across the bay to the final causeway bridge. Using the left lane on this bridge, exit left on Alton Rd. North .  Continue on Alton Rd. until you reach 12th St. and take a left.  Then make a right turn on West Ave and go up one block to 13th and West Ave. The Miami Beach Guest House will be on the right corner.  Enter parking from West Ave and park on your assigned parking.

 

Driving Directions from the Fort Lauderdale / Hollywood Airport:


The Fort Lauderdale / Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is located 30 minutes from the Miami Beach Guest House.


From Fort Lauderdale Airport: Exit airport and follow signs to I-95 South towards Miami. Take I-95 South for 25 miles to exit #4 for I-195 East - Julia Tuttle Causeway. I-195 East will bring you across Biscayne Bay to Miami Beach. At the end of the causeway, exit to your right onto Alton Road South. Continue on Alton road until 12th St.. and make a right.   Then make a right on West Ave and go up one block to 13th and West Ave. The Miami Beach Guest House will be on the right corner.  Enter parking from West Ave and park on your assigned parking.


Public Transportation:


Taxis are available at the airport in the lower lever near the baggage pickup.  The average cost is $37.00 (flat rate) from the Miami International Airport.  The average cost from the Fort Lauderdale Airport is $75.00.
Shuttle service can be found in the lower lever near the baggage pickup.  The average cost one way is $20.00 per person from the Miami International Airport. Supershuttle provides a shared-ride van service to and from the airport.  Go Airport Shuttle provides a shared ride van to and from the Fort Lauderdale Airport.   The average cost one way is $25.00 per person from the Fort Lauderdale Airport. Please account for enough time as the van makes frequent stops.
Buses operate from 5 AM to midnight and cost $2.00 one-way. Please be advised that bus service runs infrequently and is considered slow compared to taxis and cars, which are the recommended ways to travel.


 

 
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