Miami Beach the world’s 3rd expensive destination for NYE

Miami Beach is the third most expensive destination for new year’s eve in the world!

Miami is the perfect city to enjoy new year’s eve and the first days of the year due to the exclusive parties, the nye parties at the best nightclubs, the amazing good vibe, the tropical beaches and the amazing hotels. Β Of course Miami is overall the party city for celebrations and New Years Eve is not the exception.

However Miami Beach is considered the third most expensive city to spend for new year’s eve in the world. The conclusion was made after Cheaphotels.org considered 30 major destinations for new year’s eve across the world and found the average price of affordable hotels centrally located in the cities with good reviews and with at least 3 star rates.

They found out that a decent affordable hotel in Miami Beach is $286 a night from DecemberΒ 30th to january 2nd and keep in mind that the average hotels in the city is probably higher due to the luxury hotels and hotels with 4 stars and up.

The only 2 cities with higher rates for New Year’s Eve are Cancun ($311) and Dubai ($302). Since the world broadcast New Year’s eve celebration ball drop down from the big Apple, the rates in New York city are average ($245).

Here is the top 10 list for the new years destinations:

  1. Cancun
  2. Dubai
  3. Miami Beach
  4. Los Angeles
  5. Edinburgh
  6. New Orleans
  7. Honolulu
  8. New York
  9. Punta Cana
  10. Rio De Janeiro ($232)

If you never been to Miami Beach for New Year’s Eve you should definitely make a 2016 resolution to come to the Sunshine State and spent New year’s eve in the best city in the World. But if you want to save some money Buenos Aires averages $38 hotel rate and my second favorite city in the world Paris has hotel rates that average $116 nightly Β for new years Eve.

Happy New Year 2016!!! May all your wishes come true, full of happiness, health and love.

Love, Live Miami.

 

 

 

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