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Stay With Us at the Hilton Miami Downtown for Thanksgiving 2018

Thanksgiving in Miami is a unique holiday experience.

The holiday season is one of the best times of the year to visit Miami, whether you’re coming to see family or taking a much-needed getaway. The Thanksgiving holiday, in particular, provides locals and visitors alike with a plethora of fun things to do and see. Simply put, Miami is the place to be for Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving 2018 in Miami: What to Do Thanksgiving Cornucopia

With a variety of fantastic restaurants, it’s no wonder Miami is one of the top travel destinations for a holiday focused on food. The downtown area is packed with great options that will satisfy many tastes. Zuma is a great choice if you’re in the mood for Japanese fare, while Boulud Sud serves up award-winning Mediterranean dishes. If a holiday feast is more of your scene, there are a plethora of restaurants offering special Thanksgiving deals, too.

There’s plenty to do between meals, as well. The month of November is Miami Live Arts Month, offering special access to concerts, dance performances, comedy shows, poetry readings and more live entertainment. If you enjoy a quality museum experience, a trip to the waterfront Museum Park in downtown Miami is another great option.

Thanksgiving in Miami wouldn’t be complete, however, without Black Friday shopping. From outlet malls to luxury boutiques, Miami has it all. For vintage finds, head to Wynwood Marketplace, but if you’re looking for great high-end selection, the Design District will satisfy your shopping needs.

No matter how you plan on celebrating, the Hilton Miami Downtown is the ideal host for your holiday weekend. We’re conveniently located near many fantastic restaurants, Wynwood, American Airlines Arena and Museum Park. Book your stay with us today for a memorable Thanksgiving weekend in Miami.

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