Spring into action at Sunny Isles Beach, Fla.

There’s a lot of action in Fort Lauderdale and Miami Beach, but in between, Sunny Isles Beach Miami is an emerging tourist market located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The destination, with an uncrowded, two-and-a-half-mile stretch of beach, provides just the right amount of activities for a family Spring Break escape.


Average daytime temperatures hover in the low 80s during springtime, adding to the appeal for families looking to enjoy beach days, water activities, and kid-centric outdoor attractions and entertainment in the warm South Florida sunshine. An array of value-added offers at hotels and luxury resorts where amenities are plentiful, and even more incentive for a family Spring Break experience in Sunny Isles Beach Miami.

Here’s a closer look:

Acqualina Resort & Residences is one of the world’s top destination, offering exceptional family amenities, including a creative children’s program, educational marine themes, a new dual beachfront basketball hoop and a variety of other outdoor sports options.


This spring, guests who book a getaway will enjoy a complimentary fifth night along with daily buffet breakfast, complimentary wireless internet access, complimentary access to AcquaMarine and a welcome amenity upon arrival. From spa treatments, there’s ESPA spa.

DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Ocean Point – North Miami Beach is a family friendly resort with condo-style, one- to three-bedroom accommodations, each with full kitchens, beach views fantastic views, and of course, the signature chocolate chip cookies upon arrival.

The hotel is featuring Another Day in Paradise offer, allowing families a Free Night by booking four consecutive nights, with an advance purchase (the free night will show as a reduced rate across the four nights evenly). Available through June 30, 2020.

Families are invited to stay more and play more at the newly renovated Solé Miami, A Noble House Resort, with the “4th Night On Us offer,’’ giving guests four consecutive nights for the price of three. The hotel features beachside concerts, an array of water sports, and daily fireside happy hour on the beach. SoleMiami.com/hotel-packages

Tidal Cove Waterpark at the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa in Aventura, features a gravity-defying raft ride, freefall loop, lazy river, and Kids Cove, along with 25 cabanas. Resort Day Memberships start at $60 per person for a full day. The Surf Club offers wave riding on the FlowRider Triple from 5 to 7 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of the month. The Surf Club package is $25 per person (plus tax) and includes endless rides, two pizza slices and a non-alcololic beverage.  TidalCoveMiami.com.


Trump International Beach Resort Miami is an upscale oceanfront resort. Independently owned and operated, the Forbes Four-Star resort offers 360 rooms and suites, a full-service spa, a grotto-style swimming pool and poolside cabanas.


With oversized suites and complimentary Planet Kids’ Club, the Suite Stay package provides 30 percent savings on one- and two-bedroom suites; 20 percent off dining and spa services; and an exclusive 20 percent off admission to neary Dezerland Park. Guests will also enjoy new land- and water-based activities, including basketball, tennis, soccer, volleyball and kickball, as well as paddle boarding, kayaking and more. To book, visit TrumpMiami.com or call (844) 237-7124 and reference the “Suite Stay” offer.

Just beyond Sunny Isles Beach, Miami offers several unique spring experiences for visitors, from family-friendly fairs and festivals to world-class sporting events. First, Carnaval Miami (March 7-15) is a series of vibrant events celebrating Latin culture. Hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana, Carnaval Miami includes the popular Carnaval on the Mile celebration, Cork & Fork food festival, and the Calle Ocho Music Festival.

The Miami-Dade County Fair & Expo (March 12-April 5) is the largest fair in Florida, hosting a variety of family-friendly indoor and outdoor events, including the Youth Fair, which features more than 90 carnival rides, livestock and agricultural competitions, live concerts and more.

The top tennis players in the world compete at the Miami Open tournament (March 23-April 5) at Hard Rock Stadium. Tickets start at $20 for early rounds and $275 for reserved seating for the last four matches, including the men’s semifinals, women’s final and men’s final.

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