Winter tends to bring frigid cold air and heaps of snow for most people. Avoid the winter temperatures and snow by escaping to South Beach Miami with The Julia Hotel. Find beautifully designed accommodations with the warm sunny beaches just a short walk away. Immerse yourself in a historic corner of Miami and enjoy the ocean breeze.
The Julia Hotel is only a hop and a skip away from the sparkling blue waters. You can dig your toes into the sand and listen to the waves to completely forget about old man winter. The weather tends to stay around 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit in December and January and seldom reaches much lower than about 60 degrees. This makes it perfect for those used to a colder climate to get a taste of summer in the middle of winter months. It stays warm enough to splash in the ocean yet cool enough that it stays comfortable to be out and about.
They say that New York is the city that never sleeps, but they probably have not been to Miami. Miami always seems to be alive with activity and engaging events. With beautiful gardens, art walks, beaches, and various indoor and outdoor activities on land and water, it is easy to find new things to do. Miami is also known for having vibrant nightlife and many of the hotspots within a short walk or drive away. Nearby Ocean Drive hosts a number of delightful eateries with a beautiful ocean view to enjoy during the day, while Collins Avenue has fantastic rooftop bars and high-end hangouts for those who prefer the night scene.
Your Own Little Hideaway
Right in the middle of South Beach Miami is The Julia Hotel. As a historic building, the updated renovations have kept its historical and artistic design while adding a pleasantly modern twist. Guests receive multiple complimentary services such as beach chair and towel service, a French continental breakfast, and even a cheese and wine happy hour. Who says you need to go out to treat yourself? The Julia is a beautiful little spot in Miami that is perfect for a classy adventure to escape the winter weather for a healthy dose of Florida sun.