One of the first planned communities in Florida, Miami Springs is a suburban neighborhood with many homes and buildings designed in a Pueblo Revival style of architecture. Its southern border is Miami International Airport, making many Miami Springs event venues easily accessible.
Miami Springs is located 7 miles from downtown Miami, 12 miles from the Miami Beach Convention Center and 12 miles from South Beach.
Smaller, national chain properties dominate the limited inventory of hotel venues in Miami Springs. Heading the list of options are the 259-room Howard Johnson Plaza Miami Airport with 11,000 square feet of meeting space, 133-room EB Hotel Miami with three meeting rooms totaling 1,000 square feet and the 102-room Comfort Suites Miami Airport North, which has one meeting room with a maximum capacity of 20.
Chief among large venues in Miami Springs’ vicinity, the 75,000-seat Sun Life Stadium, with 350,000 square feet of event space, is situated about a 15-minute drive from Miami Springs.
For golfing groups, the newly renovated Miami Springs Golf & Country Club is a historic 18-hole course with mature trees that line the fairways; it can accommodate groups up to 220 for receptions and parties. Amenities include a golf course view, fixed state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment, and a dance floor. For a resort setting with golf, the Trump National Doral Miami with 100,000 square feet of meeting space and five golf courses (including the Blue Monster) is only four miles from Miami Springs.
The dining scene in Miami Springs is eclectic with a variety of cuisines, including Thai, Peruvian, Cuban, and Irish. Most of the restaurants are concentrated on South Okeechobee Road and NW 36th Street.
When it's time to relax, racing and gaming enthusiasts have the Hialeah Race Track and Miami Jai-Alai Fronton less than five minutes from Miami Springs.