Hotel Victor is located in the heart of Miami's South Beach. Miami is a world-class city that features museums, operas, ballets, symphonies, art galleries, shopping, and some of the best dining in America. Miami is known for its diverse cultural influences and international flair, and this vibrant culture is evident when you stay at Hotel Victor. Historic Art Deco buildings fall in line with chic modern high rises; outdoor cafés, art galleries and boutique shops line Lincoln Road Mall; sandy beaches meet the clear blue ocean waters – and people-watching around the many Miami Beach hotels is an art form in itself.
No matter what your passion, the many Miami Beach attractions and activities near this hotel near Lummus Park provide plenty of excitement and entertainment. If your interests lay in art and music, look no further; South Beach is home to some outstanding concert venues, including the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, as well as renowned museums with world-class exhibits.
Bartong G-The Restaurant
Event impressario Barton G. brings his signature sophisticated aesthetic flair to one of the most popular dining spots in South Florida. This Miami Beach landmark restaurant features appetizers such as the G Fries Quartet (kettle chips, shoestring fries, sweet potato fries and mini hash browns with specialty dips), chicken cordon bleu bites and lobster pop tarts; entrees include Mouse Trap Mac & Cheese, Garden Sea Bass, monkfish, grouper and much more. For dessert, temptations designed for sharing include carnival fun cakes and a trio of South Beach beignets.
Joe's Stone Crabs
The first home of stone crabs in South Florida. Be prepared for a wait to eat at Joe¹s, a Miami hot spot since 1913. The wait is as much for their potato hash browns, creamed spinach, other seafood and Key Lime pie as the crabs! No reservations accepted.
Dig into piquant Caribbean Snapper, or indulge in a saffron-rich
bouillabaisse of fresh seafood, chock full of glistening fresh-from-the-ocean gems. Quinn¹s praiseworthy grilled meat dishes include Herb-Crusted Char grilled New Zealand Lamb Chops and classic Steak au Poivre served with addictive Pomme Frits. For dessert, nothing beats Quinn¹s famous Old Fashioned Key Lime Pie creamy, tangy, and perfect!
The Forge Restaurant and Wine Bar
A Miami landmark since the 1920s, and re-vamped in 2010 by proprieter Shareef Malnik, The Forge has won numerous awards, both for its cuisine and famed Wine Cellar which contains more than 300,000 vintages in an eight-room cellar within the restaurant. Executive Chef Dewey LoSasso is one of the nation¹s most prolific apostles of Progressive American cuisine.
Zuma Japanese Restaurant
Accessible by boat and offering spectacular views from its outdoor patio, Zuma features an internationally-acclaimed style of nontraditional, modern Japanese cuisine. Famous in London, this is the first Zuma in the U.S. Check out the Robata Grill, a Japanese open barbeque inspired by the age-old cooking style of northern Japanese fishermen.
Art Deco District Walking Tour
This 90-minute walking tour provides an introduction to the Art Deco,
Mediterranean Revival, and Miami Modern (MiMo) styles found within the Miami Beach Architectural Historic District. Explore hotels, restaurants, and other commercial structures with a visit to a number of interiors. Advance reservations not required, simply arrive at the Art Deco Welcome Center (1001 Ocean Drive, at 10th Street & Ocean Drive) within 10-15 minutes of the scheduled departure time in order to purchase your ticket.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens was built in 1916 as the winter home of
agricultural industrialist James Deering. With its unique architecture, gardens and interiors, this National Historic Landmark and European-inspired estate offers the perfect place to spend an hour or an afternoon. Guided tours available. Open daily, 9:30am-4:30pm.
World Erotic Museum
Naomi Wilzig¹s priceless collection of 4,000 pieces considered to be the greatest collection of fine, erotic art in the U.S. Travel through time with artistic treasures that depict the Biblical Era, Greek and Roman mythology, antiquities from Asia, China, Japan, India and Africa, as well as contemporary works from Europe and the U.S. There is also a research library of 250+ volumes on erotic art.
Bass Museum of Art
Located in the heart of South Beach, the Bass Museum of Art offers an overview of Renaissance and Baroque paintings, sculpture and textiles, as well as temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. Additionally, the museum opened its Egyptian Gallery, housed in the 460 sq. ft. first floor gallery. The gallery will showcase the sarcophagi, mummy and 14 objects of Egyptian antiquity including a gift to the museum and long-term loans from the Brooklyn Museum, Lowe Art Museum and private collections. Educational programs, lectures, concerts and live performances along with free family days complement the works on view.
Bal Harbour Shops
Upscale shopping center anchored by Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, and featuring stores including Valentino, Michael Kors, Chanel and more. This collection of famous brands and world-class jewelers, are all nestled in a tropical garden setting. Indoor and outdoor dining.
The Bayside Marketplace
Outdoor/indoor waterfront mall with more than 150 shops and eateries including an international food court, 14 restaurants and bars, and daily, live entertainment. National retailers such as The Gap and Victoria's Secret mix with unique boutiques and stores, offering everything from jewelry to leather goods. Shop, have a drink, eat, listen to music, take a sightseeing cruise, or just relax along the waterfront.
Ocean Drive + Collins Avenue
A collection of stores ranging from low-high range price points pepper Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue. Take a slow stroll down and enjoy the people watching.