Hotels Bookings for Tourists Return
While Miami Beach has decided to keep beaches closed for the time being, some other developments are happening. For example, community pool closure orders are being lifted and booking restrictions on hotels are also ending, meaning tourists will once again be able to book South Beach hotels. Previously, hotel bookings were relegated to essential workers.
As Miami hotels plan to reopen in the face of conflicting coronavirus and emergency laws, they must do so with the recently implemented curfew beginning at 8 p.m. The curfew for the entire county of Miami-Dade begins at 9 p.m.
While beaches remain closed, several restaurants are open and many are offering dining outdoors. Nikki Beach is one example. Tables are being limited to four people or six if each person is a member of the household. Tables have been spread apart, valet is gone, and masks are required to be seated.
About half of the various Lincoln Road businesses are up and running while several others are also expected to reopen this month. While the street has been pedestrian-friendly for numerous years, you’re going to see some significant changes as tables are now further away from each other.
Are you excited to see Miami Beach slowly return to a sense of normalcy?
This update is presented by the Miami Beach real estate team at Blackstone International Realty, specializing in the Murano Grande. If you are interested in Murano Grande for sale, call one of the Murano Grande sales experts at 305-588-2451 for information on buying opportunities and rentals.