Greater Miami & The Beaches.Why Meet in Miami?
That's easy: The weather and atmosphere are perfect in Greater Miami & The Beaches. Nowhere else on earth wilt you find our combination of cosmopolitan facilities and tropical splendor. In short, our unique destination can only be described as "Tropicool," which means we're your ultimate choice for your next meeting.
After all, we've been attracting some of the most prestigious association and corporate meetings, conventions, and trade shows from around the globe. This puts you in very good company, indeed.
Our destination's growing reputation as a dynamic international center of business, entertainment, and natural wonders, offers the greatest American compromise between getting away from it all and being a part of it all.
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Last year alone, more than 857,000 convention-goers met in Greater Miami & The Beaches, enjoying our recent $5.5 billion makeover. We've re-nourished our beaches, renovated our hotels, and expanded or improved our attractions and transportation links. In other words Adv. 1. in other words - otherwise stated; "in other words, we are broke"
put differently , we've taken a great meeting environment and made it greater still.
* The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is a frequent service award winner.
* We represent more than 210 hotels and three convention centers.
* Our staff can arrange customized site inspections of hotels and alternative locations for qualified meeting planners and offer unique ideas on programs and entertainment.
Miami International Airport Miami International Airport (IATA: MIA, ICAO: KMIA, FAA LID: MIA) is a public airport located eight miles (13 km) northwest of the central business district of Miami, in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. (MIA MIA
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[m(issing) i(n) a(ction). ) ranks among the top airports in the United States List of airports in the United States, grouped by state or territory and sorted by city.
Due to the large number of airports in the United States, this page only lists public use airports providing scheduled passenger services with over 10,000 passenger boardings per year and the world in number of passengers served and air cargo air cargo: see aviation. handled, with more than 100 airlines serving MIA to approximately 150 destinations around the globe.
Greater Miami & The Beaches has more than 50,000 hotel rooms.
The region's subtropical sub·trop·i·cal
Of, relating to, or being the geographic areas adjacent to the Tropics.
of the region lying between the tropics and temperate lands
climate ensures plentiful sunshine year-round marked by an average temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
Miami Beach Miami Beach, city (1990 pop. 92,639), Dade co., SE Fla., on an island between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean; inc. 1915. It is connected to Miami by four causeways. Convention Center--Designed and constructed in Miami Beach's signature Art Deco motif, the Miami Beach Convention Center combines plush comfort with convenience and efficiency and boasts more than 1 million square feet of space, accommodating groups of up to 60,000.
Miami Convention Center--Designed to maximize convenience and flexibility, the Miami Convention Center in downtown Miami has 34 meeting rooms, including a 444-seat auditorium and a 117-seat lecture hall, and can accommodate groups of 20 to 5,000 people in a variety of configurations. The 5,000-seat James L. Knight Center James L. Knight Center is a 4,686-seat concert hall and theatre in Miami Florida. It is named in memory of James Landon Knight, the newspaper publisher whose businesses included The Miami Herald. It is part of the Miami Convention Center. auditorium also has a 16,000-square-foot staging area.
Coconut Grave Convention Center--On the banks of Biscayne Bay, the Coconut Grove Convention Center is easily adaptable to a variety of events and showcases, including conventions, concerts, sporting events, stage shows, and satellite feeds. The center features 150,000 square feet of space, seating up to 5,400 theater-style or subdivided into five halls.
Art Deco Historic District, Biscayne National Park Biscayne National Park
Preserve, southeastern Florida, U.S. Located 20 mi (32 km) south of Miami, with an area of 172,925 acres (70,035 hectares), it consists mostly of coral reef and water containing some 33 keys that form a north-to-south chain separating Biscayne Bay from , Everglades National Park, Fairchild Tropical Garden, Miami Metrozoo, Miami Seaquarium, Miccosukee Indian Village, Monkey Jungle, Parrot Jungle & Gardens, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium planetarium, optical device used to project a representation of the heavens onto a domed ceiling; the term also designates the building that houses such a device. A modern planetarium consists of as many as 150 motor-driven projectors mounted on an axis. .