Christmas is over. The gifts have been opened. The tree is bare but still up; however, it’s time to start thinking about New Year’s Eve and the new year. Truly, we skipped Christmas and been in New Year’s Eve mode for about a month. I cannot tell you how excited I am about our last #OneCityOneDate trip for 2015. We are headed to Miami. Yes, South Beach here we come! The hubby wanted to be in Miami for the New Year and I am making it happen for him.
So to make his trip be a memorable trip, I had my work cutout for me. See, we have never visited Miami to stay for a while. We’ve been to Miami to take a cruise but to really enjoy what the city of Miami offers, nope we haven’t stayed long enough to find out, but we will this time.
My Trip Planning to do list:
- Find a hotel on or close by South Beach
- To rent a car or not to rent a car? That is the question
- Activities: Day ad Night…what shall we get into during our time in Miami?
- New Year’s Eve: club, restaurant or beach? Or all 3?????
Normally, planning a trip isn’t as stressful to me but for some reason this Miami trip stressed me for a long time. I think it is because the husband didn’t let me know he wanted to go until October?! OC-FREAKING-TOBER!
Oh no biggie….I can plan this trip…I can plan this trip (yeah, me motivating myself)
I researched hotels after hotels and Miami has plenty of hotels to meet any budget and location wish.
We decided on a few hotels and Conrad Miami Miami definitely rose to the top. Nestled in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood and steps away from shopping, entertainment, and excitement, Conrad Miami is the perfect destination for a warm winter getaway or staycation filled with holiday cheer.
We are looking forward to the IGLOO (new this year) to watch the snowfall at Conrad Miami over the hotel’s 25th-floor lobby bar. Plus the Jack Frost Happy Hour features festive holiday cocktails and bites including the Snow Globe made with Diplomatico Rum, Cointreau, Heavy Cream & Shaved Nutmeg.
We are looking forward to attending the New Year’s Eve Soiree at Conrad Miami. Nice 5 course dinner + an opportunity to bring in the new year overlooking Miami on the 25th floor of the hotel. Hey, if we have too much fun we are in close proximity to our room to continue the festivities #winkwink
So, me being the planner that I am, I knew there would be plenty to do in Miami for New Year’s Eve but just what?
New Year’s Eve events in Miami
Miami abounds with eclectic entertainment to keep the spirit of the holidays alive:
Nari Ward: Sun Splashed | November 19th – February 21st, 2016
Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) | 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami
Santa’s Enchanted Forest | December 1st – January 5th | 5 p.m. – Midnight
Tropical Park | 7900 SW 40th St, Miami
Holiday Evening at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | Dec 17th | 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | 3251 S. Miami Ave, Miami
Sight and Sound of the Season | December 19th & 20th | 7:30 p.m.
17th St. between Washington and Drexel Aves, Miami Beach
The Nutcracker | December 19th – 23rd | 7:30 p.m.
Adrienne Arsht Center | 1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami
Family Film Day at O Cinema | Dec 20th & 22nd | 11 a.m.
O Cinema | 9806 NE 2nd Ave, Miami Shores
Bayside Firework Parade | 8 p.m. (Concerts) | Midnight (fireworks)
Bayside Marketplace | 401 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
Countdown with the Big Orange Drop | 8 p.m. – Midnight
Bayfront Park | 301 N. Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
Miami Beach Fireworks | 9 p.m. (party on the beach) | Midnight (fireworks)
8th and Ocean Drive (Lummus Park), Miami Beach
There is so much to do in Miami. I am making a list of things we should do because if not, we will get overwhelmed and try to do them all. Anyhow, I think I am more excited about this trip than the hubby but whatever we decide to do, we will do it together in MIAMI.
What are you plans for New Year’s Eve?