Miami is more than beaches, mega yachts and the infamous “Spring Break” — of course, it’s all of those things, too. Vice City’s relaxed ethos, combined with perfect year-round weather, makes it the ideal refuge for both short and long-term stays. Here are the top-rated Airbnb Miami stays across a range of hot neighborhoods and price points.
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Newly-renovated home in Little Havana
Calle Ocho (yes, like the Pitbull song) is the heartbeat of Cuban culture in Miami. And this Little Havana Airbnb is located just two blocks off of it. It sleeps up to five in a newly renovated and freshly decorated home, which the host advertises as ideal for longer stays of two weeks or more. From here you’ll have authentic Latin American culture and some of the best off-the-radar Cuban restaurants at your fingertips.
Fourteen guests, five bedrooms
Price: $426 per night
Bright and airy apartment on South Beach
If you’ve come to Miami to be in the thick of all the action, then you’ll definitely want to stay on South Beach. And this bright and airy luxe unit is just a five-minute walk from the main drag of Ocean Drive. It helps too that its host is known for being extremely accommodating. And this unit is consistently rated highly for cleanliness and, of course, is just across from the beach. From the doorstep of this pad, you can make it to any of Miami Beach’s top tourist spots, like the Versace Mansion and the Art Deco Historic District.
Eight guests, two bedrooms
Price: $982 per night
Ocean view Airbnb Miami luxury at the Fontainebleau, Mid-Beach
Go big or go home is a mantra around here. You can luxuriate like a king or queen with panoramic ocean views from this condominium housed within the five-star Fontainebleau Hotel. It has an in-suite jacuzzi and offers full access to all of the hotel’s amenities. Located on Mid-Beach, the apartment has two full bathrooms and can sleep up to six. Mid-Beach is a bit quieter and more upscale than South Beach and is home to Miami’s finest restaurants and hotels, many of which, like The Confidante, Faena Beach, and Miami Beach EDITION.
Six guests, one bedroom
Price: $1,080 per night
Hotel residence in Brickell
This rustic-chic one-bed Airbnb is one of the residences at the W Hotel. From its sunny balcony, you can catch magnificent views of Downtown Miami and the bay. Located in Brickell, home to Miami’s corporate offices and wealthiest residents, you’ll experience a more sophisticated side of the city here — a far cry from the touristy mayhem of South Beach. Renting this Airbnb will get you access to the W’s many luxurious amenities, like its rooftop pool and full-service spa and gym.
Four guests, one bedroom
Price: $210 per night
Home in downtown Coconut Grove
Planning on renting a car when you visit Miami? Then you may want to consider staying in a place like Coconut Grove. It’s a bit south of the city proper, so you’ll be sure to avoid traffic jams and overpriced parking garages. But convenience is not its only selling point: Coconut Grove has a charming downtown and is close by to national landmarks, such as the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. This two-bed Coconut Grove home is centrally located in downtown. It’s within walking distance of the water and comes with two dedicated parking spaces — perfect for those who plan to make day trips outside the Miami area during their visit.
Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $150 per night
Beachside penthouse paradise in Wynwood/Edgewater
If you’re into street art, coffee, or Miami’s burgeoning tech scene, you’ll probably feel the magnetic pull of Wynwood. As trite as it sounds, it rings true that this rising star neighborhood is comparable to the Brooklyn of Miami. Digital nomads tend to flock to Wynwood for its bevy of cafes and coworking spaces. So grab five of your remote worker pals and check into this swanky two-bed condo right in the middle of it.
Six guests, three bedrooms
Price: $685 per night
Spacious downtown Airbnb Miami loft with city and ocean views
Some of Miami’s most stunning properties, like this spacious loft, overlook both city and sea. This unit offers near-360-vies of the region, with vivid colors popping through every window. Whether you’re visiting on business, experiencing Miami’s booming social scenes, or hopping through the design district and downtown, this hi-rise is the place to be to impress everyone — including yourself.
Six guests, two bedrooms
Price: $540 per night
Two-bed in Design District
Channel the designer within: this two-bed Airbnb lives up to the name of its neighborhood. Newly renovated and with all modern decor, experience the best of Miami’s Design District and surrounding areas from this pad.
Three guests, two bedrooms
Price: $157 per night
High-rise with water views in Downtown Miami
Downtown Miami is at the intersection of the beach and the city’s mainland neighborhoods. It’s mostly characterized by luxury high-rise buildings, like the one that this one-bed Airbnb is housed within. With a rooftop pool, a parking space, and easy access to restaurants and shopping, you really can’t go wrong.
Four guests, one bedroom
Price: $220 per night
Beachfront luxury in Bal Harbor
Bal Harbor is chic, upscale, and a world away from the craziness of South Beach. This two-bed beachfront luxury apartment is perfect for travelers seeking elegant serenity. Wedged on a thin strip of island between the ocean and bay, Bal Harbor is home to yacht marinas and premier designer shopping at Bal Harbor Shops.
Six guests, two bedrooms
Price: $785 per night
One-bed Airbnb Miami rental in Key Biscayne
While it isn’t quite the Florida Keys, Key Biscayne is a nearby reprieve from the hustle and bustle of Miami. Enjoy the natural beauty of South Florida at Bill Baggs Cape State Park or one of Key Biscayne’s pristine beaches. This one-bed Airbnb is spacious, modern, and only one block from the ocean. It has an infinity pool on-site and its rental comes with access to the Key Biscayne Beach Club. It’s ideal for travelers who would rather look at Miami on the skyline — cocktail in hand — rather than be in the thick of it.
Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $307 per night