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Arts and Culture
Explore the depths of our solar system or learn about the human body at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science. Located just 1.3 miles away from our hotel, you will have the chance to discover more about nature and society.
Known for its colorful and vibrant walls, Wynwood is a prominent entertainment district where locals and others alike gather together to shop, dance, eat and play.
Adrienne Arsht Center
The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County serves as a showcase for the finest in established and developing cultural programs. Broadway shows, dance productions and concerts are on the schedule at this beautiful facility located less than two miles from the Hyatt Regency Miami.
History Miami Museum
Located just a few blocks from our Hyatt Regency Miami hotel, The Historical Museum of Southern Florida features permanent and temporary exhibits focusing on conveying the story of South Florida and the Caribbean. The museum also is home to the Research Center and a gift store.
Marlins Park is home to the Miami Marlins. Located in Little Havana, this stadium has various unique features to it, including a retractable roof and glass panels, which are energy efficient.
American Airlines Arena
Home of the Miami Heat, this downtown facility is also a popular concert venue for the biggest names in music.
Hard Rock Stadium
Home to the Miami Dolphins, University of Miami Football, the Orange Bowl and more, the Hard Rock Stadium is a global entertainment destination.
Homestead-Miami Speedway is a motor racing track located in Homestead, Florida. The track, which has several configurations, has promoted several series of racing, including NASCAR, the IRL IndyCar Series, the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series, and the Championship Cup Series.
Mary Brickell Village
Located within walking distance of the Hyatt in the heart of Miami’s financial district, Mary Brickell Village offers an eclectic mix of upscale dining, shopping and entertainment options for the sophisticated shopper.
Located on Biscayne Bay, Bayside Marketplace offers some of the best food, fun, and shopping Miami has to offer. From a vibrant marketplace to exotic restaurants, daily live entertainment and national brand name stores, Bayside's wealth of activity offers something for everyone.
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Hop on the metro mover connected to the hotel, and discover Miami newest hotspot. 500,000 square feet of fashion and culinary experience awaits as the space transforms the heart of downtown Miami.
This outlet mall is located in West Miami but is easily accessed by the highway. If you're looking for a day of shopping, then this is the place. Marshalls Mega Store, Off Fifth (Saks), Neiman Marcus Last Call, Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Linen's & Things, Tommy Hilfiger and much more!
Located in Little Havana and less than 15 minutes away by car. Come get your authentic Cuban cafecito and hand-rolled cigars, giving you an authentic feel of Miami.
Visit this unique Miami tourist attraction where the colors of the jungle come alive. With its world-famous parrot shows, waterfront Serpentarium, ape and monkey exhibits, and open aviaries, Parrot Jungle Island offers endless things to see and do.
Come out to Miami Seaquarium for a wonderful day of family fun. See some exciting shows, great exhibits and enjoyable, educational presentations in the beautifully landscaped park overlooking Biscayne Bay. Swim with the dolphins or just enjoy a relaxing day roaming the park.
James L. Knight Concert Venue
Watch your favorite artist perform, attend a culinary contest, or laugh to the latest comedy shows at James L. Knight Center, conveniently connected to the hotel.
Beaches and Recreation
Located just a few miles from the hotel, this picturesque white sand beach is a great place to spend a sunny day. Don’t forget to experience the South Beach neighborhood to see the iconic Art Deco buildings and history.
Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden
Visit us to walk through garden paths, talk to horticulture and conservation experts, watch butterflies and birds, and even take classes on topics that range from photography to grafting.