Buckle down for the ride of your life on Florida holidays where thrilling theme parks, frothy ocean views and cool Miami vibes are just the start

Florida’s cerulean waters, white sand beaches, thrilling theme parks and dreamy Keys are the southern stars of the USA.

Whether you’re looking for a hip hotel scene, a Disney loaded adventure or an off-grid island getaway, Florida answers the call. Fun and frivolous Miami Beach, with its candy-coloured buildings, sprawling towers and Ocean Drive Art Deco design is a buzzy and beautiful mix of powder white sands, late night lounging and Cuban flavours. By contrast, the coral cay archipelago of the Florida Keys feels limitlessly languid. If its palm-tree lined avenues, high end dining and easygoing vibes you’re after, Naples and Clearwater have you covered. Come for the surfing, snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing along the spectacular Gulf Coast. For a taste of the tropics and a fantastical ride through one of the greatest theme parks ever built you can combine a dreamy Florida beach holiday with the rip roaring thrills of Orlando’s Walt Disney World Resort.

We know you’ll want to pack every second of your holiday with perfect moments. Our North America by Kuoni Miami and Florida holidays are carefully curated to get you to the places you’ve always dreamed of in the most effortless ways possible.

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Miami & Florida Regions

Our recommendations for the best places to visit in Miami & Florida

Florida Beaches Holidays

Idyllic white beaches, edged with cerulean blue and bathed in golden sunshine.

Miami Holidays

South Beach jet set vibes, oceanfront Art Deco architecture and Downtown design on holidays to Mi...

Florida Keys Holidays

Holidays to Florida Keys are seaside kicks and tropical vibes on pretty coral islands, with nearl...

Holidays in Miami & Florida

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  • Miami
  • 5 Star

An undisputed Miami icon, the Fontainebleau offers a glance into the city’s glitzy Golden Era, while showering guests in modern luxury. On-trend dining options, a pristine section of private beach, huge pool complex, pumping nightlife, and sumptuous spa services await.

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  • Miami & Florida
  • 3.5 Star

Miami’s most historic neighbourhood might be the setting, but Mr. C Miami Coconut Grove makes a bold, modern statement with its eye-catching nautical design. Its rooftop pool area offers knockout views over Biscayne Bay and the leafy canopy of Coconut Grove.

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  • Florida Beaches
  • 4 Star

Stunning location with a self-catering option

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  • Florida Beaches
  • 4.5 Star

Set on the glistening Gulf Coast, this resort boasts a world-class golf course, soothing spa, and fully-serviced stretch of white-sand beach, this is a proper holiday resort and ideal for a period of serious R&R.

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  • Florida Beaches
  • 4 Star

An architectural icon, with roots dating back to 1928, Florida’s ‘Pink Palace’ infuses the beauty of the Gulf Coast with Gatsby-era elegance. High class dining, a large spa and two oceanfront pools provide everything needed for a chic beachfront break.

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  • Florida Beaches
  • 4.5 Star

An elegant and sophisticated haven in prime position on the famous Fifth Avenue South, The Inn on Fifth features a rooftop pool, pampering spa, and two of Naples’ most distinguished fine dining restaurants.

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  • Florida Beaches
  • 4 Star

From the beach, it looks like the historic B Ocean Resort is a moored cruise ship. The nautical element continues with a nostalgic ship-themed bar featuring weekly live mermaid shows and a stellar seafood restaurant.

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  • Florida Beaches
  • 4 Star

A playful tribute to beach life, with a bunch of fun dining options, Margaritaville likes to keep guests busy. There's everything from a surf simulator to a spa. Its location right on Hollywood Broadwalk, just across from the beach, adds extra oomph.

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  • Florida Beaches
  • 4 Star

A contemporary addition to Palm Beach’s resort scene, Tideline Ocean Resort and Spa occupies a spectacular stretch of beach, and its dining options include a tranquil sushi restaurant.

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  • Florida Beaches
  • 4 Star

With a stellar location right on the beach and just a few minutes from Fifth Avenue, Edgewater Beach Hotel is an all-suite oasis where guests can feel at home with spacious accommodations featuring kitchenettes and dining areas.

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Key West Old Town Trolley Tour

The island of Key West is full of fun and exciting things to do and see. From the Southernmost Point to the quaint streets of Old Town, this tour takes you to all the major areas and attractions, with unlimited re-boarding. See Key West's first tourist attraction, the Key West Aquarium, which was also the world's first open air aquarium. Cross the street and you'll find yourself back in the 1800s at the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, learning about how Key West became one of the richest cities in the US. The Oldest House Museum is also nearby; it's one of the many beautifully restored homes that are open to the public in Key West. Stop by the Ernest Hemingway House Museum where he's rumoured to have written A Farewell to Arms - and don't forget to look for the 6 or 7-toed cats! Marvel at the beautiful species of butterflies in the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, and wander next door to the Southernmost House Mansion and Museum, known fcal gardens. Cool off with a drink at the famous Sloppy Joe's Bar or Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville in the Old Town area. But don't leave Key West until you've watched the sunset from Mallory Square.

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Disney's 7-Day Magic Ticket with Memory Maker

Ahhh, Walt Disney World. Is there another place in the world that promises so much happiness and joy? Kids love it. Adults love it (and even if they think they don't, some cheery Disney World staff and a bit of sparkle will soon see to that). Not only are there four theme parks and two water parks, but there's also Disney Springs - a fantastic shopping area with entertainment options, boutiques, Disney shops, and restaurants. You can use your 7-day Magic Ticket over 15 days, leaving you to dip in and out of the parks as you please and explore other parts of Orlando in between. Take a big breath - here comes the list of parks: Magic Kingdom Park (that's the one with the big castle), Epcot (the one with the big shiny golf ball centrepiece), Disney's Hollywood Studios (with the lion's share of the thrill rides, and where Marvel and Star Wars rule the roost), Disney's Animal Kingdom Park (where wild animals roam and there's a bit of Avatar thrown erfect on the hottest Florida day. Disney's Blizzard Beach is all snow-and-ski themed, and Disney's Typhoon Lagoon brings the tropics. With your 7-day ticket you'll also have a free daily round at Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course or Disney's Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course. You can also play Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course (here's the small print: green fees only, tee time reservation required and subject to availability). AND you can visit the ESPN Wide World of Sport Complex. Woweeeee. Your Magic Ticket isn't just access to the parks. You can have all your Disney photos included with Memory Maker. Just ask the professional photographers dotted around the parks to take some snaps, and you'll get free digital copies to share and download. It also includes some ride photos to treasure all those unfortunate grimaces as you plummet through the air. Don't forget to check the reservation rules. You can find the most up-to-date inforrs and on the My Disney Experience app. You can also purchase GENIE+ through the My Disney Experience App.

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Disney's 14-Day Magic Ticket with Memory Maker

Ahhh, Walt Disney World. Is there another place in the world that promises so much happiness and joy? Kids love it. Adults love it (and even if they think they don't, some cheery Disney World staff and a bit of sparkle will soon see to that). Not only are there four theme parks and two water parks, but there's also Disney Springs - a fantastic shopping area with entertainment options, boutiques, Disney shops, and restaurants. A 14-day Magic Ticket leaves you to dip in and out of the parks as you please and explore other parts of Orlando in between. Take a big breath - here comes the list of parks: Magic Kingdom Park (that's the one with the big castle), Epcot (the one with the big shiny golf ball centrepiece), Disney's Hollywood Studios (with the lion's share of the thrill rides, and where Marvel and Star Wars rule the roost), Disne's Animal Kingdom Park (where wild animals roam and there's a bit of Avatar thrown in). Then there are two water day. Disney's Blizzard Beach is all snow-and-ski themed, and Disney's Typhoon Lagoon brings the tropics. With your 14-day ticket you'll also have a free daily round at Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course or Disney's Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course. You can also play Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course (here's the small print: green fees only, tee time reservation required and subject to availability). AND you can visit the ESPN Wide World of Sport Complex. Woweeeee. Your Magic Ticket isn't just access to the parks. You can have all your Disney photos included with Memory Maker. Just ask the professional photographers dotted around the parks to take some snaps, and you'll get free digital copies to share and download. It also includes your ride photos to treasure all those unfortunate grimaces as you plummet through the air. Don't forget to check the reservation rules. You can find the most up-to-date information on hours at DisneyWoerience app. You can also purchase GENIE+ through the My Disney Experience App.

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