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LGBT Miami: The best restaurants, hotels and gyms

Discover the LGBT scene in Miami—the city’s hottest gay neighborhoods and beaches, the best places to stay, eat and work out

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Cheap hotels in Miami

Dream South Beach

Art deco glamor meets French Moroccan style, courtesy of designer Michael Czysz, with a result that somehow looks a bit space age. Opened in 2011, Dream lives up to its name by creating the kind of guest room that makes you reluctant to get out of bed. Quarters boast flatscreen TVs, free WiFi and generously stocked minibars. Upstairs is Highbar, a 1970s-inspired rooftop pool and lounge, with comfy white seating and a couple of private cabanas (for those who require yet another flat-screen TV to go with their lounge chairs). On weekends, DJs spin throughout the day and after dark, when the pool turns into a popular nightspot. Downstairs, an outpost of popular New York City Italian restaurant Serafina occupies much of the ground floor (try the white pizza). And all this just one block from the beach.

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Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six

This beachfront giant is among the more popular—and plush—chain hotels.

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