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MIAMI HELICOPTER TOURS
14970 NW 42nd Ave. Suite 45-08, Opa-Locka, FL
+305-687-0527
miamihelicopter.com
Miami Helicopter tours are based out of Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, just 25 minutes from Conrad Miami. Bus shuttle service to/from the airport is available.

MIAMI FROM ABOVE

  • Glide over the coast in an unforgettable 20-minute helicopter ride
  • One-of-a-kind tours over pristine waters and Florida scenery

A helicopter tour is the perfect way to see this iconic city. Fly through the South Florida skies and see South Beach’s unmistakable coastline and vibrant ocean views from an inspiring bird’s eye perspective. Enjoy a unique vantage of the city skyline while gazing over North Miami’s lush and opulent neighborhoods such as Eastern Shores and North Miami Beach. Next, soar over the pristine landscapes of Florida’s state parks and into the northern areas of the Biscayne Bay where Bal Harbour and Surfside reside, sharing the ocean on one side of their shores and the bay on the other.

MIAMI HELICOPTER TOURS
14970 NW 42nd Ave. Suite 45-08, Opa-Locka, FL
+305-687-0527
>miamihelicopter.com
Miami Helicopter tours are based out of Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, just 25 minutes from Conrad Miami. Bus shuttle service to/from the airport is available.

BOHO HUNTER
184 NW 27th St
+786-558-4486
bohohunter.com
Boho Hunter is located in Wynwood. Just head down NW 2nd Avenue until you hit 27th Street and you’ll see it on the corner. The store is in a grey concrete building, with a very distinct doorway, covered with stylish blue circles.

BUY SOME BEACHY ESSENTIALS

  • Latin American beatnik inspired concept store in the heart of Miami’s Art District
  • Browse handmade contemporary jewelry, leather goods, clothing and textiles
  • Discover authentic treasures with incredible craftsmanship and chic aesthetic

Miami has always been a hub for Latin American travelers. And now that Latin destinations from Punta Del Este and Trancoso to Tulum are on everybody’s travel hit list, demand for the glam fashions of those destinations is at an all-time high. Enter Boho Hunter, set in the heart of Miami’s Design District and close to both Wynwood’s art scene and Downtown’s destination museums. An all-in-one source for the best in Latin American fashion design owned by a quartet of Latin expats (from Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela), the airy, white-walled space fits in nicely with Wynwood’s nearby galleries and features a similarly “curated” POV. Boho Hunter’s owners are committed to both discovering and touting Latin up-and-comers; they carry mostly handmade, contemporary jewelry, leather goods, clothing, and textile pieces from across the Americas. Stylish buys include new takes on traditional Panama hats from Ecuador’s Allpa Hats; sturdy, colorful Oaxacan bags by Petate; and light-as-air cover-ups by Antilope, from Colombia.

BOHO HUNTER
184 NW 27th St
+786-558-4486
bohohunter.com
Boho Hunter is located in Wynwood. Just head down NW 2nd Avenue until you hit 27th Street and you’ll see it on the corner. The store is in a grey concrete building, with a very distinct doorway, covered with stylish blue circles.

METROMOVER
miamidade.gov/transit/metromover
You can catch the MetroMover at 21 stations across downtown Miami, but we recommend hopping on at the Brickell stop at Brickell and SW 1st Street because this station is closest to the Conrad. Then, just ride the rail down its 4.4 mile track and enjoy the urban scenery.

MOVE IT! MOVE IT!

  • Access Downtown Miami landmarks with gratis hop-on, hop-off elevated rides through the city

The MetroMover is a throwback to the city’s storied Miami Vice era. First completed in 1986—and expanded eight years later—this two-line, driverless, electric light-rail system weaves and winds its way through the heart of Miami’s skyscraper-filled Downtown. Coursing over a total of 4.4 miles—and totally complimentary—the MetroMover is a great (and, mercifully, air-conditioned) way to see both the city’s Art Deco past and its architecturally impressive future without ever leaving the Brickell and Biscayne corridors. And it’s easy to access via 21 stations at major landmarks across Downtown. From the Conrad, hop on at the Brickell stop at Brickell and SW 1st and see landmarks such as the Deco-styled Du Pont Building and the neo-Moorish Freedom Tower. Transfer to the Omni Loop at College/Bayshore to head further north for selfie-worthy pics of the new Perez Art Museum Miami.

METROMOVER
miamidade.gov/transit/metromover
You can catch the MetroMover at 21 stations across downtown Miami, but we recommend hopping on at the Brickell stop at Brickell and SW 1st Street because this station is closest to the Conrad. Then, just ride the rail down its 4.4 mile track and enjoy the urban scenery.

THE WEBSTER
1220 Collins Ave
+305-674-7899
thewebster.us
Located right in the heart of South Beach, you can find the Webster on Collins Avenue between 12th and 13th Streets. You can’t miss this blue, white and pink art deco building. When you’re done shopping, enjoy a signature cocktail on the Webster’s rooftop.

VISIT A ONE-STOP SHOP

  • The best of global fashion, shop three floors of high-end labels, cutting-edge designs and ultra chic couture at The Webster
  • Enjoy cocktails on the contemporary rooftop lounge filled with Miami movers and shakers

The Webster epitomizes everything that’s right about Miami’s newfound cultural and sartorial confidence. This all-in-one shopping universe inhabits a meticulously renovated 1939 Art Deco edifice in the heart of the Collins Avenue shopping district. Spread across three floors, the Webster’s expertly curated selection of over 100—yes, 100!—menswear and women’s-wear designers is overseen by Laure Hériard who cofounded the Parisian retail mecca Colette. Like Colette, the Webster assembles the best of global fashion under one elegant roof—from icons like Saint Laurent to cutting-edge creatives like Hood by Air. Refined and ultrachic, the Webster is expensive—and feels that way. But no matter; its frisson of unapologetic indulgence seems right at home amid Miami’s current boom—so much so that Hériard recently opened a second outpost in uber-exclusive Bal Harbour, 20 minutes north.

THE WEBSTER
1220 Collins Ave
+305-674-7899
thewebster.us
Located right in the heart of South Beach, you can find the Webster on Collins Avenue between 12th and 13th Streets. You can’t miss this blue, white and pink art deco building. When you’re done shopping, enjoy a signature cocktail on the Webster’s rooftop.

JUVIA
1111 Lincoln Rd
+305-763-8272
juviamiami.com
In Miami Beach, you can find Juvia on the west side of Lincoln Road, right where it intersects with Lenox Avenue. The restaurant is located on the top floor of the parking complex.

YARDBIRD
1600 Lenox Ave
+305-538-5220
runchickenrun.com
Then, head to nearby Yardbird, which is just one block south on the corner of Lenox and 16th Street.

DRINKS WITH A VIEW

  • Grab cocktails in an ultramodern space with the best views of South Beach
  • ELatin-Asian inspired aperitifs atop a terrace that does not disappoint
  • Down-home dining where chicken and waffles are re-imagined

Fancy a little architecture with your cocktail? Then make your way to Juvia—the “Latin-Asian” hotspot dishing up an impressive array of ceviches and grilled meats. True, the food is delicious, but the real attraction here is Juvia’s setting and its best-in-town views. Set atop the 1111 Lincoln Road complex—the genre-redefining parking garage by Swiss architecture icons Herzog and de Meuron—Juvia offers pristine panoramas of South Beach’s Art Deco wonders and the shimmering Atlantic beyond. Arrive just before sunset to snag a coveted terrace banquette and be sure to order the signature Purple Rain (Grey Goose vodka mixed with the traditional purple Peruvian corn beverage known as chicha morada). Afterwards, order an Uber and head for dinner at the nearby “new Southern” restaurant Yardbird, for the must-try chicken and waffles with watermelon. With its new take on down-home cuisine, Yardbird is another world—one that’s a mere 10-minute drive away.

JUVIA
1111 Lincoln Rd
+305-763-8272
juviamiami.com
In Miami Beach, you can find Juvia on the west side of Lincoln Road, right where it intersects with Lenox Avenue. The restaurant is located on the top floor of the parking complex.

YARDBIRD
1600 Lenox Ave
+305-538-5220
runchickenrun.com
Then, head to nearby Yardbird, which is just one block south on the corner of Lenox and 16th Street.

Wolfsonian-FIU Museum
1001 Washington Ave
+305-531-1001
wolfsonian.org
You can find the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum on the east side of South Beach. It’s on Washington Avenue right where it intersects with 10th Street. You’ll know it by the flags, which line the side of this multi-level white building.

GET A DOSE OF SEASIDE CULTURE

  • Step away fro m the beach and discover soulful installations exposing the core archeology of US industry
  • Score sophisticated accessories and design journals from the curated gift shop

While it may lack the high-profile architecture of the new Perez Art Museum Miami, the venerable Wolfsonian-FIU Museum is beloved by culture-hungry locals. Set in a lavishly designed neo-Moorish structure just a short stroll from South Beach, the Wolfsonian’s collection features works by blue-chip European and American artists (particularly iconic craftsmen like Charles Rennie Mackintosh) as well as impressive pieces of industrial design and photography from the Industrial Revolution till the 1940’s. Perhaps best of all is the Wolfsonian’s gift shop—with its equally expertly curated range of design journals, home accessories, and surprisingly sophisticated fashions.

Wolfsonian-FIU Museum
1001 Washington Ave
+305-531-1001
wolfsonian.orgs
You can find the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum on the east side of South Beach. It’s on Washington Avenue right where it intersects with 10th Street. You’ll know it by the flags, which line the side of this multi-level white building.