Local & Travel Information
The closest airport to the Hyatt Regency Miami is Miami International Airport (MIA).
The recommended airport shuttle from MIA to the Hyatt Regency Miami is Super Shuttle. Reservations are not required from airport to hotel, but 24 hours notice is required from hotel to airport.
Taxis are available outside of baggage claim at the airport, and the average fare to the hotel is $25.
Read more about ground transportation from Miami International Airport.
Local Information & Things to Do in Miami
From historic landmarks and white-sand beaches to upscale shopping and fun family activities, Miami is home to a variety of attractions. There is live entertainment and professional sports to dinner cruises, fishing charters, and world-class golf.
No matter what you enjoy doing, you are sure to find something that will interest you. Here are a few ideas for when you get some down time during the conference. (We will update this page as the conference gets closer.)
- Walk from the Hyatt to Mary Brickell Village, which offers an eclectic mix of upscale dining, shopping, and entertainment options for the sophisticated shopper
- Hang out on South Beach (or any of the Miami beaches)
- Explore Calle Ocho (Miami's "Little Havana")
- Enjoy an afternoon stroll around the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
- Visit the Perez Art Museum, Miami's museum of modern and contemporary art
- Discover the animals at Zoo Miami
- Take a bus or trolley tour of the city
- Check out Wynwood Walls (and doors)
- Soak in Miami's arts and culture and visit the many art galleries and museums*, dance performances and theater, or live music and film options
And for those of you who want to explore further afield, the Everglades and beaches are just a short trip away with various boat trips and speed boat tours to choose from.
For a more comprehensive list of local attractions, visit the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau website or Time Out Miami.
*Many museums have designated free admission days.
Did you know there are more than 2,900 dining options in Miami? With everything from farm-to-table restaurants, global cuisine, fine dining, food trucks, and trailblazing local chefs, the choices are nearly endless.
For help in finding the right food option for you, check out this infographic:
Read more about Miami restaurants.
Getting Around Miami
The City of Miami offers a free trolley service from 6:30 a.m. — 11:00 p.m. Monday — Saturday and 8:00 a.m. — 8:00 p.m. Sunday. Get complete route information.
from 5:00 a.m. — 12:00 a.m. seven days a week, the 4.4-mile electrically powered, fully automated people mover system connects with Metrorail at Government Center and Brickell stations and with Metrobus at various locations throughout downtown. Major destinations of the Metromover include the American Airlines Arena, Bayside Market Place, Miami-Dade College, and Miami-Dade County School Board.
Read more about the Metromover.