LVH delivers the highest standard of excellence for full-service luxury villa rentals in Miami. The city is world-famous for Miami Yacht Week, Art Basel and the renowned Ultra Music Festival. Selective vacationers book their year-round luxury vacation homes across Miami and South Beach through LVH. Each Miami luxury villa is carefully curated to exceed our guests’ expectations.
From our signature services to the finest amenities and custom-created itineraries, your happiness is our one and only priority.
Those seeking the ultimate place to call home while in The Magic City, turn to luxury vacation rentals provided by LVH. LVH villas and mansions – with full, five-star concierge services – are in some of the most desirable areas close to the waves of impeccable beaches; in quaint neighborhoods full of local charm and within reach of the best restaurant, shopping, and nightlife in the world.
Throughout their entire stay, the dedicated LVH team ensures that guests get the ultimate in service and satisfaction. LVH can provide private chefs, private jets, exotic cars, luxury yachts, and anything else guests require to make their Miami vacation stay remarkable.
Luxury vacation homes in Miami can be rented through LVH to accommodate families, large groups, and are perfect for hosting lavish events. Vacationers seeking the best villas in Miami have the largest selection from which to choose when booking their stays.
Visitors wishing to depart the elegance of their LVH luxury vacation rental might consider taking a meandering stroll through some of Miami's exclusive, charming and noteworthy neighborhoods such as these nine:
Bal Harbour is a small village known for its ultra-chic shops. On the northern tip of Miami beach, this little islet also has an enticing array of classy dining options such as House of Food Porn and Katsuya by Starck. Exclusive Bal Harbour’s serenity is matched only by its pristine, whte sandy beaches.
Coconut Grove is like a little slice of paradise with its tree-lined streets, architectural masterpieces fashioned from coral rock, historical churches, and peacocks that roam about freely displaying their majestic plumes. For a gastronomic feast after soaking up the ambiance, connoisseurs of fine food might want to reserve a table at a lushly popular Coconut Grove restaurant such as Jaguar Ceviche, Ariete or LoKal.
The architecture, majestic fountains, and monumental gateways of Coral Gables present a distinct Southern European flair. Downtown is alive with trendy boutiques, the finest dining establishments, and fairy tale bridal shops. A visit to Coral Gables merits a stop at the beautiful Fairchild Botanic Garden, an 83-acre garden with an extensive collection of rare tropical plants including palms, cycads, flowering trees, and vines.
The Miami Design District can be found north of Wynwood – another of Miami's colorful neighborhoods with shops showcasing many designer collections. The Design District is perfect for fashion-conscious aficionados, with many great places to grab a bite and a beverage.
Rated as one of the top 10 beaches in the nation, Key Biscayne is a must. Its seven miles of golden sand and salty surf is acclaimed for its relaxed feeling and a plethora of outdoor activities. When it's time to step out of the luxury vacation home to get some fresh air and communion with nature, Key Biscayne offers 1,800 acres of nature preserves and natural parklands.
No trip to Miami would be complete without a foray on Miami Beach. The colorful Art Deco Historic District in South Beach is a favorite haunt of those who appreciate high fashion. It may be difficult to leave the beach mansion, but a jaunt to one of the many top-rated restaurants or shopping malls here is worth the trip.
These are three man-made islands in Biscayne Bay, west of South Beach, composed of elegant, exclusive, luxurious homes such as the expansive and modern Villa Diana. For those looking to book a luxury vacation rental in Miami that offers paramount privacy, opulence and security, LVH has exotic house rentals and luxury villas on all three of these high-class enclaves.
Collins Avenue, the main thoroughfare of Sunny Isles Beach, is lined with culturally diverse shops filled with unique takeaways. Sunny Isles is nestled between the Intercoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean and is also home to world-class beaches. When it's time to wind down, a five-star spa experience at Acqualina Resort may be just what the doctor ordered.
Wynwood is one of the city's most happening and most trendy districts in Miami. It's home to an outdoor museum of street art where some of the world's most talented graffiti artists have showcased their work in one giant venue not to be missed.
Miami is home to a grand selection of experimental celebrity chef-driven menus and classic must-visit eateries such as the five featured here:
As Baoli says, dining here is embarking on a sensory journey. With entrees like double premium bone-in ribeye, accompanied with a trifecta of truffle, yamaki and yakiniku sauces it's easy to see why. Executive Chef Gustavo Vertone uses only the freshest and finest ingredients sourced both locally and worldwide.
Carbone bears the name of one of its founders, Mario Carbone. Rounding off the trio of owners are Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick. It’s continuously been celebrated as one of the best Italian restaurants of the past decade. The New York Times says, Carbone "is a fancy, red-sauce joint as directed by Quentin Tarantino, bringing back the punch-in-the-guts thrills of a genre that everybody else sees as uncultured and a little embarrassing while exposing the sophistication that was always lurking there."
Kiki On The River is the brainchild of Opium Group founder Roman Jones, also a managing partner of the now-defunct Philippe Chow Miami restaurant. Décor, which is a tribute to the Greek Islands, is decidedly upscale and very "Mykonos comes to Miami." Kiki On The River is not only known for its excellent culinary choices but its famous Friday nights when it really Greeks up!
Diners in the mood for Southeast Asian cuisine always head to Komodo. Komodo seems to be one of the restaurants of choice for social media influencers and the occasional celebrity. Executive chef Erich Hentschel's signature dishes are his famous Peking duck, tuna & toro roll, and lobster dynamite.
Seaspice is near Miami's downtown core and the Brickell Financial District and is on the bank of the Miami River. Executive Chef Angel Leon is known for his signature wood-fired casseroles. Worth a mention, too, are the Seaspice signature-crafted cocktails.
Vibrant and charged with the energy of Caribbean rhythms, Miami means big-city sophistication with seductive appeal for those who plug into its unique brand of electric charge. You might want to investigate these three venues:
Culture abounds at the Miami City Ballet (MCB). The New York Times described its troupe as exceptional by Balanchine standards anywhere in the world. The MCB is considered a leader in ballet – nurturing new choreographers, creating innovative collaborations, opening new avenues of inclusivity within classical ballet.
Inspired by Europe's grand opera houses and the glittering allure of Old Hollywood, the gilded theater showcases ambitious artistic productions, intimate concerts, and original cabaret performances. With only 150 seats, the intimate theater is an incredible space to experience live musical entertainment.
This center and its two massive buildings straddle Biscayne Boulevard like enormous ships anchored at a dock. With all that it offers inside – from Broadway shows to international symphony orchestras, from opera and classical ballet to the biggest names in jazz, comedy, and rock music – the center has indeed become an anchor of another kind.
As the sun sets and it's time to leave the luxury mansion for a night on the town, there is no better place than Miami! Have a peek at these three nightlife options:
LIV at Fontainebleau has consistently ranked as one of the world's top nightlife venues. It reopened its doors after a massive $10 million renovation kicking off the nightclub's 10th season. LIV redefined nightlife on Miami Beach and pioneered the nightlife experience.
If you’re looking for an incomparable high-energy nightlife experience, STORY is it. The 27,000-square-foot venue brings bigger and bolder to a new zenith. MMG, the company behind LIV nightclub, gave birth to STORY. There are more than 60 VIP and exclusive tables with five full-service bars. The venue’s stylish design and sophisticated ambiance are complementary to a premium bottle service experience.
Developed by the legendary Ian Schrager of Studio 54, Basement is a NYC nightlife spinoff in Miami. Come to dance, come to bowl or come to skate on their mini ice rink. Come dressed up or dressed down, keep it classy or be a little flirty. Just remember: the greatest crime is to be boring.
There’s always something to see or do in Miami. Locals and visitors alike enjoy these five venues:
Now in its 20th year, the SBWFF is a four-day event where you will have the opportunity to sample the offerings of world-renowned producers of wines and spirits and taste test the fare of top renowned chefs. As the show’s slogan says: Eat, Drink, Educate.
The Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix is one of the city’s sporting legacies. An additional circuit has been designed with spectacular racing in mind for the 2022 season. When you love the thrill of watching cars whizzing by at average speeds of 138/mph, the Grand Prix is a must.
Living life lavishly is what the Miami Yacht Show is all about. This week-long event at the modern and upscale Island Gardens Deep Harbour, showcases some of the most spectacular yachts and superyachts in the world.
The Miami venue of the Art Basel International Art Fair attracts thousands of art enthusiasts each year. People attend to purchase fine art and learn about the diverse aspects of collecting and exhibiting. Many leading and emerging artists and galleries participate in this dynamic annual event.
Every March, hundreds of thousands of people descend on the city as it transforms into a paradise for dance music. Miami Music Week is known as one of the world's most recognized electronic dance music (EDM) events. The festival at Bayfront Park, centrally located from many of our luxury villas, wraps up the week with its three-day EDM experience.
There is so much to see and do in Miami. Here are three activities that sound particularly photo-worthy:
For the ultimate rush of adrenalin, adventurous luxury travelers might want to get behind the wheel of a dream sports car to feel the hum of a finely-tuned 600 horsepower Italian engine. Choose driving experiences in cars such as a Ferrari 488 GTB, an Audi R8 and a Lamborghini Huracan Performante. Each driving package includes 15-minute expert classroom training, two demonstration laps, insurance and safety gear.
You can hop aboard one of Aqua-Jet’s flyboards or strap on the jetpack and use the power of water to propel you 30 feet above the water. All that’s needed is about 15 minutes of flight training before you can hit the waves for hours at full throttle. Fly directly off a private beach or set sail on a luxury yacht and explore the waters of Biscayne Bay.
Nature enthusiasts who have ever wondered what it would be like to be up close and personal with an apex predator that has existed for millions of years can have the chance to find out. For a fun, educational and memorable experience, head to Miccosukee Indian Village, Everglades Alligator Farm or Everglades Safari Park to check out the unique alligator shows. You will have the opportunity to hold a baby alligator in your bare hands. Remember to take a photo!