Miami, FL, USA

Miami, FL, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 5,451 vacation rentals near Miami. From 1,975 apartments to 1,887 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Miami for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Welcome to Miami! (...bienvenidos a Miami!)

Located on the tip of Florida's Atlantic coast and overlooking Key Biscayne, this waterfront city packs a diverse mix of luxury and culture. Whether you opt for a Miami vacation rental in 1 of its signature glassfront skyrises or a little bungalow by the beach, you can easily spend your days shopping for high-end goods and your nights salsa dancing your way through Little Havana. One thing is for sure: we take zero responsibility if Will Smith is in your head on loop from the moment your plane touches the ground.

See Miami from up in the sky, or get low on the dancefloor

From walking the streets in search of the best Art Deco designs to neighborhood hunting for the perfect cubano, Miami is so much more than the beach... although that's not a bad place to be, either. See the city from above with a hot air balloon or helicopter ride, or explore on foot with a guided culinary tour. Take a salsa class, or set aside some guaranteed adults-only time at a luxury spa on the strip. Whatever you choose, your Miami vacation rental is sure to give you a true peek into local life.

Fun, fun, fun for pretty much everyone, ever

Architecture buffs will love the historic homes of Coral Gables and the Art Deco drama in South Beach, while art lovers will feel instantly at home, thanks to collections at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the Perez Art Museum Miami, and in the Miami Design District. Take the kids to the Miami Children's Museum, Miami Seaquarium, or Zoo Miami, or get even closer to nature in Biscayne National Park. Never before has the phrase "fun for the whole family" applied like it does here, so pick a Miami vacation rental that's sure to accommodate all ages!

They don't call 'em the Miami Heat for nothing

Spring is the decidedly best time to visit Miami and the surrounding region, thanks to pleasant temps and smaller crowds from March through May. Because the surrounding region has grown as a popular destination for some winter sun thanks to its subtropical weather, you'll also see slightly lower rates than in January and February, when crowds and prices tend to peak. Summers are hot and humid, so pack plenty of extra sunscreen. Fall, on the other hand, brings with it hurricane season, so a rain jacket might be your best friend from September through November.

Keeping it wet and wild on Florida's coast

Miami's location on Biscayne Bay makes for tons of gorgeous waterfront views, as well as easy access to the neighboring islands of Virginia Key and Key Biscayne. These offer a bit of a barrier between Miami and the Atlantic, giving the city a naturally protected harbor. The coastline also offers pristine, sandy beaches, leading down to the forested area of Biscayne National Park. Miami's location on the Atlantic makes it extremely susceptible to hurricane season, which can be a particular concern for travelers visiting the area in the fall.