The Ritz Plaza Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

1701 Collins Ave.,, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139, United States
SLS South Beach
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
68%
451
Very Good
14%
98
Average
6%
44
Poor
4%
33
Terrible
5%
34

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families73
  • Couples76
  • Solo85
  • Business81

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Miami Beach to Dolphin Stadium

by lexie_2388

Just wondering if anyone can help me out with a general pricing in a cab fare from miami beach to dolphin stadium? im coming over from australia in may and its definately on the list but I dont know how to get there!!
Thanks

Re: Miami Beach to Dolphin Stadium

by TheTravelSlut

http://www.enjoymiamibeach.com/Miami_taxi_fare_guide.htm

Looks like about $39 one way based on this info above.

Another question a while back had this answer:


"If you rent a car you will have to pay $20.00 to park. You won't be able to park in the main stadium parking lot, unless you buy a parking pass on line or near the stadium. You will be able to park in an outlying lot, not too far away. I think it is $10.00 at Calder racetrack, just west on NW 27 Avenue, a 10 minute walk away, lots of fans will park there and walk.
Forget public transport,(the bus)."

Re: Miami Beach to Dolphin Stadium

by donato1899

The cab fare may be right, but.. If the poster is going to Dolphins (Joe Robbie)Stadium in May, he will be going to a Florida Marlins baseball game, not Miami Dolphins football game.
The parking will be $10.00, no parking pass will be necessary, there will be PLENTY of parking right at the edge of the stadium in the main stadium parking lot.
Cabs will be lined up outside of gate H after the game. That is right behind home plate.
Cab will be easy, a rental car will be easy too. Forget public transport, that is not an option.

Travel Tips for Miami Beach

catch a sunrise

by Shaft28

One of our favorite things to do while in Miami Beach was catching the sunrise. Fortunately being that we stayed on the beach, we didn't have to leave the room to enjoy the show. view from the Raliegh

Light Clothes and LOTS of Sunscreen!

by chrissyalex

Really all you need to bring is a light travelbag or medium-sized backpack.,because the clothes you will pack to visit here will not take up alot of space. Tank tops,light summer dresses and bikinis do not take up that much room! This is all I would have taken , if it weren't for the fact I was going to Peru afterwards and I needed to bring some cooler weather clothes.(and I just brought another small travel bag for those clothes) Save yourself some trouble and leave your big bulky suitcase at home. You really can wear whatever you like here. Anything goes! Just make sure it is warm weather clothing such as tank tops, skirts, light summer dresses and capri pants. Bring at least a couple of swimsuits and a sarong or cover up. Pack one or two really nice outfits to go out to dinner in. A comfy pair of sandals for the beach and a dressy pair of sandals for night. Lots and lots of high SPF waterproof sunscreen. and be sure to reapply it frequently. I would strongly suggest if you are from a cold weather climate to try to go to a tanning booth for a week or two in advance, so you weren't burn as easliy.This really helps alot in addition to wearing the suncreen and you won't be beet red after 15 minutes! In addition to my regular camera, I brought a disposable underwater camera for the beach. I really didn't plan to take many underwater pictures, but it is good to bring one for beach pictures since it is just a cheap camera, you don't have to worry about getting it stolen while you are out swimming nor about water or sand ruining the camera. Typical beach stuff..swimsuits,towels etc.
I was told to pack mosquito repellent, even though I ended up not really needed. But if I were to visit here again, I would still pack it. The repellent wipes are handier and take up less room.

Miami Beach

by Hexepatty

The resulting mix of people from diverse backgrounds adds energy and excitement to this small community. During the tourist season, one is as likely to hear German, French, Italian or Spanish, as one is to hear English.

A Fabulous Night of House

by balisunshine about The Aguabooty Team

Going out in Miami,
can be a pretty hard choice to make
if you aren't sure of what you want.

But after checking out several parties
in the night club scene,
I settled with my favorite promoters,
Joe and Thomas from the Aguabooty Team.

It's all about the music,
and not the scene.

Just good music.....like
Miguel Migs, Marques Wyatt,
and other great DJ's.

At these great parties,
no need to put on the plastic boobs,
and high heels.....just put on your best smile!

You are there to enjoy the music,
dance and have a great time!

They are not set up in any particular venue,
but rather move around from place to place.

So it be best
that you check out their
web-site and be added on to their e-mail list.

And that is the way to know
on what they are up to.

If you go.....
enjoy & tell them hello with a big kiss
from where ever I am in the world!!!

I luv those guys!

Cafe Nostalgia

by mannymiami

Cafe Nostalgia
Latin Bar/Club

Cafe Nostalgia at The Forge
Primped and posh with a first-rate band, this place invokes the best
of classic Cuba.

432 41st St
Miami Beach, FL 33140-3504

Phone:
(305) 604-9895

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