Tips and Articles for Miami

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This week American Express launched its fifth Centurion Lounge at Miami International Airport—an 8,000-square-foot refuge created exclusively for its... Read More

You probably already know the worst airports for delays. They’ve been the same for years: Newark, LaGuardia JFK and San Francisco.When the government... Read More

The success of Art Basel is proof that Miami never met an art party it didn’t like, and the aesthetic afterglow of last week’s events—the Pritzker... Read More

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced the line-up for “Cruise to the Edge”—the brand’s annual music festival at sea—which is set to hit the water on... Read More

Calling all Soul Cycle fanatics: the indoor cycling giant is setting up shop at Miami Beach’s brand new 1 Hotel South Beach, set smack dab on... Read More

If you’ve ever waited in line for an hour outside Surf Lodge or Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk, Rob McKinley is to blame. We’re kidding, of course—but it’s... Read More

Can an enigmatic Argentine, a pantheon of starchitects, a Hollywood director, and $1 billion cement Miami as the culturati’s ultimate playground? Alan... Read More

The hippest hotels now have juice bars. Kimpton is serving fresh-pressed blends at its U.S. properties. Miami’s Metropolitan by Como specializes in an... Read More

It’s rare that anyone actually enjoys being in airports these days, but if you’re obliged to wait out, say, a seven-hour layover, you’ll likely find it... Read More

Nail salons across the country are putting a luxury shine on the typical no-frills manicure—and the women (and some men) of the style set can’t resist.... Read More

It's past 9 p.m. in Miami—the fashionably late latin dinner hour.A Lamborghini shimmers its way through Philippe Starck’s Easter Island–esque columns at... Read More

On a journey through the Sunshine State, T+L discovers edgy art spaces, an innovative food scene, and plenty of cool cachet.When I was a kid growing up... Read More

In South Beach, new mixology programs suit every type of night owl.Where to Drink… When You’re Young & SexyThe young and cool head to the Broken... Read More

// South Beach, for Grown-upsHotel: The Raleigh, 1775 Collins Ave., South Beach; 305/534-6300; doubles from $495Overview: A 1940 Art Deco masterpiece... Read More

Less than $200 a night and brand new. Meet the latest crop of affordable new hotels in the U.S.The Remote Outpost: Outlook Lodge, Colorado Springs,... Read More

Octopus Bar, Atlanta (pictured): In an unmarked room behind an East Atlanta pho house, kitchen workers and industry minions meet after work to lick... Read More

See the T+L Insider Video: Miami Made EasyLay of the LandMiami is feeling more and more like a world-class city, thanks to a revitalized urban core and... Read More

Video: See Insider Travel Tips for MiamiDay 1: South BeachOn my crowdsourced tour of New York for the November issue, T+L’s Facebook fans pointed me to... Read More

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See T+L’s Bucket List slideshows• Beach Vacations Bucket List• The Foodie’s Travel Bucket List• Celebrities’ Favorite Places• Ultimate Adventure Travel... Read More

Day 1: Jacksonville to St. Augustine (38 miles)Fly into JAX, then drive south along the coast to the oldest European settlement in America.Lunch: Angie... Read More

The 1970’sThe traveler’s map sure looked different in T+L’s first decade. Future hot spots like Shanghai, Prague, Moscow, and Saigon were still well... Read More

For Jennifer Rubell—known for large-scale, food-centric projects such as Padded Cell, a room with walls made from 1,800 cones of cotton candy meant for... Read More

Vikram Chatwal’s earliest travel memory? Fleeing his childhood home in Ethiopia during the 1974 revolution. But that didn’t dampen his love for the road... Read More

AndazParent: HyattBack Story: Hyatt threw out the reception desk when it invented Andaz in 2007, so guests can feel like the hotel is their private pied... Read More

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