Greystone Miami Beach

Miami Beach is an island city of just 7.1 square miles which separates Biscayne Bay from the sparkling blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The Greystone Miami Beach is located in the heart of South Beach and is situated within walking distance from a seemingly endless selection of attractions to experience. Guests can also utilize easily accessible public transportation to explore the area as well. Miami Beach is a trend-setting arts and entertainment mecca with shops, museums, clubs, restaurants and more. The hotel itself is just a block from the picturesque beach.

Philip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science (4.6 Miles)
This science museum is also a planetarium and an aquarium. Guests can experience live science demonstrations and learn about a variety of scientific topics in an interactive way.

Perez Art Museum (4.5 Miles)
This modern and contemporary art museum has a collection of 20th and 21st century art from around the world.

Jungle Island (4.7 Miles)
Jungle Island is an eco-adventure park like no other. With a skydiving simulator, an escape room and encounters with sloths, lemurs, kangaroos and more, guests will have a variety of experiences to choose from.

Lincoln Road (0.5 Miles)
Located just a few blocks away from the beach, Lincoln Road Mall is South Florida’s premiere outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment destination. This mile long, pedestrian-only promenade is lined with structures that exemplify the Art Deco style that flourished in Florida in the 1930s.

Wynwood Walls (6.8 Miles)
Located within the Wynwood district, the Wynwood Walls is an outdoor museum showcasing graffiti and street art. Featuring 80 artists from 16 countries, this unique array of beautiful works of art is sure to impress.

Miami Seaquarium (12.4 Miles)
Founded in 1955, the Miami Seaquarium is one of the oldest oceanariums in the United States. It is home to Lolita, the world’s oldest captive orca who has been at the Miami Seaquarium since 1970. The 1960s television show Flipper also filmed the entirety of its 88 episode run here, along with the two corresponding movies.

Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts (4.2 Miles)
The Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts is a performing arts center with three larger main venues and two smaller multi-purpose venues. A variety of performances are held each year, including touring Broadway productions. The Arsht Center also hosts educational opportunities for children and adults alike to learn about the performing arts.

American Airlines Arena (4.7 Miles)
The American Airlines Arena can host concerts, musical theater shows, and more. Most notably, this sports and entertainment arena is home to the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association.

PortMiami (6.4 Miles)
Formally known as the Dante B. Fascell Port of Miami, this major seaport is the largest passenger port in the world. PortMiami is also known as the cruise capital of the world, accommodating several major cruise lines.

Aventura Mall (13.2 Miles)
The Aventura Mall is a super-regional shopping mall in Aventura, Florida, a northern suburb of Miami. It is the largest conventional shopping mall in Florida, having a gross leasable area of 2,800,000 square feet. The mall has three floors of retail space, comprising more than 300 retailers.