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If below freezing temperatures have got you down, we've got just the fix.

Head down to Miami's South Beach for food and wine, sunshine and tanlines!

  • Calling all foodies! From February 24th to 28th, Miami's South Beach Food & Wine Festival is hosting intimate dinners with celebrity chefs, cookoffs, wine seminars, cocktail parties, cooking classes and more. Buy tickets for The Art of Tiki Party with Guy Fieri or the Amstel Light Burger Bash hosted by Rachael Ray herself.

  • Get acquainted with Miami culture at the Miami International Film Festival, from March 4th to 13th. Boasting over 129 films, the festival invites you to attend exclusive screenings and talks, including a Q&A with Italian screen star Monica Bellucci for her newest film, Ville-Marie.
     
  • Experience the height of Miami's nightlife scene during Miami Beach Gay Pride weekend, featuring radio personality Elvis Duran as the parade's grand marshal. From April 8th to 10th, explore food from local vendors, enjoy performances from local DJ's and celebrities and relax in family-friendly play areas. At the end of the weekend, join over 100,000 spectators to enjoy the parade and fireworks.
     
  • Need a place to stay? The W Hotel South Beach is currently offering a fourth night free, turning your weekend trip into a week-long sunshine fest.
     
  • Spanish hotel brand Melia is officially opening their first U.S. location, ME Hotel, on Miami's famous Biscayne Boulevard. Guests will soon be able to dine at the in-hotel STK Rebel Steakhouse, swim in one of two pools and relax at the hotel's spa. You can choose from a visionary menu of massages, facials and body scrubs.
     
  • Why not head down to Starwood's Aloft South Beach, where you can expect a lower price point, modern interior design, and, of course, free WiFi?

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