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Miami, FL Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 146
Total Sleeping Rooms 26,445
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 2,743
Committable Meeting Rooms* 66
Convention Center Space 770,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 500,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 100,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $119
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $64
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $106
*Maximum for a single hotel

Miami, FL Meeting Planning Overview

Welcome to Cvent's Miami event planning guide – a Miami city guide for event and meeting planners. Miami combines unparalleled culture, exuberant nightlife, and Miami event venues set against a backdrop of beautiful weather. The city has now extended well past its original limits, with something new and exciting always on the horizon. From Ocean Drive to the Tamiami Trail, event spaces offer scintillating options for meeting planners.

New projects are de rigueur, and nowhere else is the skyrocketing growth of Miami more apparent than in the abundance of hotel properties dispersed throughout the city. From beachfront to urban retreat, the variety of hotels satisfies a wide range of interests and price points for Miami event planning.

A vibrant and dynamic global hub, Miami continues to reinvent itself with incredible hotels, meeting spaces, and enhanced infrastructure. Among the creative venue options is the new Miami Beach Convention Center, featuring nearly 500,000 square feet of versatile exhibition space and more than 180,000 square feet of meeting space, including a 60,000-square-foot grand ballroom, a 20,000-square-foot junior ballroom, and 84 breakout rooms. The space also features a terrace where attendees can step out, mingle, and soak up the city's signature sunshine and ocean breeze. The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is excited to announce that the Miami Beach Convention Center will soon be home to a connecting 800-room headquarter hotel, making Miami the ultimate convenient meetings destination.

Miami also has a number of unique and memorable meeting design, the ballpark can host a variety of events and boasts award-winning catering, onsite parking, and extras like customized Marlin souvenirs and corporate batting practice sessions.

Special event venues offer even more options for Miami event planning professionals. The Miami Metro Zoo has numerous colorful and unique venues for groups, ranging in capacity from 20 to 100 guests. For larger accommodations, seating for up to 2,600 is available at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, which serves as home to year-round comedy, concert, and television productions. Cruises, resorts, gardens, museums – Miami is bursting with sites available to host guests with a distinctive Miami flair..

The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center is a $51-million world-class, multi-disciplinary performing arts center. Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), located in Downtown Miami's Museum Park alongside Biscayne Bay, is Miami-Dade County's flagship museum, presenting international art of the 20th and 21st centuries. This facility offers 200,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor program space.

The Adrienne Arsht Center is one of the world's leading performing arts organizations and venues. Since opening in 2006, the Adrienne Arsht Center has emerged as a leader in presenting innovative programming that mirrors South Florida's diversity, as well as a catalyst for billions of dollars in new development in the Downtown Miami area.

The New World Symphony offers a flexible, uniquely shaped space that hosts presentations of all types, including general sessions and summits, concerts, theatrical events, live webcast presentations, broadcast productions, and Grammy-winning album recordings. A myriad of distinctive seating and stage variations enable the performance hall at the New World Center to remove the boundaries of traditional presentation formats and minimize the distance between the audience and the stage. The New World Center's flat floor, full seat retraction configuration can accommodate up to 1,200 with both fixed and floor seating, or 400 seated for dinner.

For offsite activities and events, the biggest hurdle for planners is narrowing down Miami's options. Sporting events are always a hit with groups, and Miami plays host to all kinds throughout the year, including the Miami Open, The Orange Bowl, The Miami Marathon, and more. Beach volleyball games and sunset cruises along the Intracoastal Waterway are always popular.

Miami's diversity can be felt everywhere, from its people to its neighborhoods. One of the best ways to experience that diversity is through Miami's rich culinary scene, which offers groups a chance to sample gourmet cuisine from every corner of the earth. In their off time, attendees can also explore the world's third largest barrier reef, shop the world's largest collection of designer boutiques, or explore Greater Miami’s two national parks — Biscayne National Park and Everglades National Park.

Miami is a great place to host your next event. It offers world-class facilities, year-round sunshine, beautiful beaches, and a world-class art scene. Miami and the Beaches – the center of it all.

About Miami, FL / Additional Info

Often referred to as "The Gateway of the Americas," Miami is a cultural mecca rich with diversity stemming from its proximity to North, South, and Central America, as well as the Caribbean. Economic ties to Latin America has elevated the Greater Miami area to an international financial and cultural center.

Located on the lower east coast of Florida, Miami and its surrounding areas comprise the seventh-largest metropolitan area in the U.S., with an estimated population of 6.1 million.

Tequesta Indians once populated the lush tropical area that is now Miami for more than a thousand years. Since incorporation as a city in 1896, Miami has been on the rise. The only major city in the U.S. founded by a woman, Julia Tuttle, Miami had just 300 residents at its inception and 110 years later had expanded to 2.2 million residents in its metro area. This miraculous escalation earned the city its nickname as "The Magic City." Continuing in this tradition of rapid growth, the city is currently in the midst of a building boom.

A diverse multi-lingual metropolis where more than 150 ethnicities reside and over 60 languages are spoken - including the three official languages of English, Spanish, and Haitian (or French Creole) - Miami is home to a plethora of culturally diverse neighborhoods, like Little Haiti and Little Havana.

With average temperatures of 74˚, the vibrant city of Miami has long been touted as the ultimate destination for lovers of sun and sea. Miami Beach is a long and narrow barrier island adorned by blue water and white sand. Sometimes referred to as the "American Riviera," Miami Beach is home to the world-renowned chic hotspot of South Beach. In addition to its bustling metropolitan areas and sunny beaches, Miami is also the only major American city to be bordered by two national parks, Biscayne National Park to the east and Everglades National Park to the west.

Miami is an art lover’s paradise, home to cutting-edge arts districts, internationally acclaimed art shows, and countless galleries and museums, such as the Pérez Art Museum Miami, History Miami Museum, Bass Museum, and the Wolfsonian Museum. It is also host to high-profile cultural events including the world-famous Art Basel and Art Miami shows. Moreover, the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world graces the palm tree-lined streets of Miami Beach's Art Deco District.

 
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