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Miami Beach Tourist Demographics

Tourist Demographics

Average size of party 2.3
Length of stay 6.6 nights
Age 42.6
Male 67.9%
Female 32.1%

Travel Expenditures

Lodging $145.28
Meals in hotel $33.70
Meals in restaurants $53.24
Non-Restaurant Food $22.77
Local Transportation $37.73
Parking/Tolls/Gasoline $9.55
Entertainment $82.12
Gifts/Shopping $96.96
Daily p/p Expenditures $197.99
Total p/p Expenditures $1,396.61

Origins of Travel

U.S. Resident 55.9%
Non-U.S. Resident 44.1%

U.S. Residents

North East 41.3%
Southern 30.7%
North Central 21.9%
Western 6.1%
New York 18.8%

Non-U.S. Residents

South America 52.8%
Europe 32.4%
Brazil 17.5%
Germany 8.9%
Colombia 8.3%
England 7.0%
Canada 6.4%
Central America 5.0%
Caribbean 2.6%

Tourism Overview

Each year Miami Beach hotels host over 35% of the ten million tourists who visit Greater Miami. The Hotels range from the 800-room Loews to the world-famous Fontainebleau and Eden Roc to boutique Deco hotels such as the Raleigh, Astor, Albion, Delano, Century, Park Central, Cavalier, and Cardozo.

Leisure Tourism

An island surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach offers an array of recreational activities. One can jog and bicycle along the bayside or oceanfront paths, play tennis at an area park, swim or dive in the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean, sail along the Bay, rollerblade down Ocean Drive, or enjoy Miami Beach’s golf courses.

Business Tourism

The Miami Beach Convention Center contains over 1 million square feet of meeting space, including four 125,000 square feet halls that can be combined to create up to 500,000 square feet of contiguous space. The Center is now complemented by the 800-room Loews Miami Beach Hotel, located a few blocks away at 16th Street and Collins Avenue. The hotel boasts over 90,000 square feet of function and meeting space, including a 32,000 square feet ballroom capable of accommodating 2,000 guests, emphasizing Miami Beach’s potential as a complete tourism destination.

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