Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Marlins Park Hotels

Much hype has been surrounding the makeover the Miami Marlins have made before the start of the new Major League Baseball season. New colors and uniforms, new logo, a new manager and a beautiful new stadium. It’s pretty awesome to finally have a place of their own, rather than roughing it with the Dolphins as they did for the past two decades! If you plan to visit one ballpark this year, may it be Miami. It’s pretty amazing the effort that went into this place, and if you have a taste for luxury then this is ultimately the most luxurious way to take in a game. Between the game and the Park, everything about baseball in Miami is going to be an experience. Forget uncomfortable bleachers, plain brick walls, and nothing to see but the game. Of course, baseball is the main attraction, but Marlins Park is a statement of architecture and all around culture in Miami. Art adorns the entire building, from replicas of fine works, to portraits of baseball’s greats like Jackie Robinson and Hank Aaron. Miami’s art deco heritage was a key design aspect in how Jeffrey Loria, the Marlin’s owner, wanted the structure to look. Rather than recreate a storied stadium, he wanted something modern and unique, and for it to be a reflection of Miami. Known for it’s extreme temperatures and torrential rains that peak during the height of the baseball season, the stadium has a retractable roof to keep the climate comfortable when the outdoors are anything but.

And you can forget the strict menu of popcorn, hotdogs, and fountain sodas here too. Miami’s distinct blending of cultures creates an exciting culinary scene, and at this stadium you can really try a little of everything this city has to offer. Cuban sandwiches, sushi, flatbreads, and cool variations of “candy corn” are some of the mainstays. Opening night will feature South Florida’s famed stone crabs, which will only be in season through May 15, for just a little more of a gourmet touch!

Booking a within driving distance of the new Marlins Park across our site takes advantage of our privileged relationships we have with the world’s greatest hoteliers, and gets you Exclusive Complimentary Perks for doing so. In line with all of the amazing culture, Miami’s luxury hotels will make your trip entirely sublime. Marlins Park is located in the center of everything, so if you want to stay in downtown, South Beach, or away from it all in Sunny Isles, you’ve got plenty of options. Some of the best hotels in Miami are the Four Seasons Hotel Miami, Acqualina Resort & Spa, the Mandarin Oriental, and the W South Beach. If you’re thinking about hitting Miami for some baseball, let us help you plan the perfect getaway!

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