Montag, 20 Mai 2019
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Greater Miami and the Beaches are Open and Welcoming Travelers

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) announces that Miami and the Beaches is open for business and welcoming visitors. A live look at Greater Miami and the Beaches is available at link here: While the destination’s tourism industry comes back online, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s thoughts and prayers are with the Florida Keys, Caribbean and Florida’s West Coast.

Hotels: Nearly all hotels in the destination suffered minimal to zero damage and many are extending special rates in the wake of the storm. Please check with individual hotel properties for more information on these offers.
Miami International Airport is fully re-opened and airlines have resumed most of their normal scheduling. Travelers should check with their carriers for the most up-to-date information on flight itineraries.
PortMiami operations are back to normal. Cruise passengers should contact their cruise lines directly for the latest information on cruise itineraries.
Visitor Centers: 21 out of 22 Visitor Centers are currently open. A complete list of visitor centers is available on the GMCVB website.
The Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC), already undergoing an extensive $615-million renovation, experienced no exterior damage. The MBCC team is assessing the site to determine to what extent, if any, the MBCC sustained damage.
Restaurants: The majority of restaurants are open and welcoming guests. Several restaurants are extending special rates in the wake of the storm. Please check with individual restaurants for more information. Many restaurants in the Miami Spice Restaurant promotion have extended their Miami Spice offers through October 31, 2017
Attractions: Visitors and locals are already enjoying the destination’s many assets, including pristine beaches. A few of Miami’s attractions were impacted by Hurricane Irma. Please check with individual attractions for an update on their status.

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is committed to the safety and well-being of all its visitors. The GMCVB remains in constant contact with city officials to provide both current and potential visitors to the Greater Miami area with the most recent and accurate information.

For the most current updates regarding developing travel conditions, visit and follow the GMCVB on Twitter at @MiamiandBeaches.