South Beach Timeshares
South Beach, Miami is the crown jewel of Miami's beaches and tourist trade, and its lively nightlife is matched only by its beautiful, sun-kissed beaches, shopping plazas, and artistic destinations. While staying in South Beach timeshares, you'll find yourself relaxing away the cares of everyday life on a white-sand beach by day, and sipping new and interesting cocktails in the dance clubs by night.
Like most of South Florida, Miami bustles during the winter months. Art Basil, in December, is one of the most popular times to visit South Beach, second only to the Spring Break trips in late February through March. If you are planning on staying at these times, expect crowds and make your reservations ahead of time. Storm season runs from June through November, so you can expect almost daily rain showers during those months, and high humidity especially in July and August. Still, summer is the second-busiest season in South Beach. The area quiets down in late spring and early fall, but rarely is entirely deserted by tourists.
Hottest Nightlife Around
South Beach has a stellar reputation as the place to go for nightlife in Miami, and with South Beach timeshares such as Marriott Vacation Club South Beach or Westgate South Beach you'll feel right in the middle of it all. The clubs allow you the freedom to dance and sing the night away, with specialty cocktails and drink specials to help it along. Rooftop bars will treat you to the lit skyline of Miami framed against the dark sky, and the lobby bars of the hotels are still a place to catch sight of celebrities as they have been for decades.
Family-Friendly As Well
While many South Beach highlights cater to the 21 and over crowd, it is still an attractive option for families and children. The calm waters are perfect for young swimmers on a beach day, and nothing can beat an afternoon seeing the tropical animals on Jungle Island's trails and exhibits.
So for any age group, South Beach timeshares provide a sun-soaked accommodation getaway. The beaches can be crowded during peak season but are still relaxing and enjoyable even at their busiest, with places to drink, beach umbrellas, swimming, and rental water sports such as jet skis and scuba diving. Art Deco architecture will catch your eye as you stroll along Lincoln Road, as will the Spanish architecture on Espanola Way. The artistic crowd will want to take a trip to the Bass Museum of Art and the Wynwood Art Walk.