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New Year’s Wishes from Hilton Miami Downtown!

Seasons Greetings from the Hilton Miami Downtown!

Hilton Miami Downtown

Our hotel in Miami wishes everyone the happiest of holidays.

The halls have been decked, The Nutcracker performed, gifts have been wrapped, and bright lights are twinkling…the holidays are finally here! Everyone in the Hilton Miami Downtown family would like to wish everyone happy holidays.

“May your walls know joy, may every room hold laughter, and every window open to great possibility.” - Mary Anne Radmacher

If you’ll be spending Christmas Eve in Miami, we cordially invite you to our Miami Christmas dinner! We’ll be serving a delectable, three-course meal, including three entrée choices. Several Miami holiday events will also be continuing into the first week of the new year.

Still need a hotel for the holidays in Miami? We would be delighted to have you with us at the Hilton Miami Downtown! Take a picture in front of our beautiful tree in our newly-updated lobby. Before heading out for holiday festivities and celebrations with your family and friends, fuel up with your favorite Starbucks coffees in our lounge.

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