South Beach for New Year’s Eve

New Years Eve in South Beach Luxury Hotels.There is nowhere better to party than South Beach, and New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest party nights of the year. If bundling up and venturing into a cold winter’s night isn’t your cup of tea, perhaps a tropical cocktail in shorts and flip-flops might be more up your alley. Bayfront Park is Florida’s equivalent of Times Square, with the Big Orange dropping at midnight in place of the big ball. With the city skyline and Biscayne Bay both within view, it’s as good a place as any to ring in the New Year. There’s always a great mix of live music, entertainment, fireworks, and much more. Whether you’re traveling solo, with that special someone, or with the family, it’s a great way to usher in 2013. If you prefer something a little more upbeat and/or are traveling without kids, there’s a New Year’s Eve event in South Beach that will fill your party quotient. From DJs and a club scene to live music and the Big Orange, ring in the New Year in South Beach and get 2013 started on the right foot. MINGLE WITH THE STARS IN BEVERLY HILLS The Golden Globe Awards kick off the year’s awards ceremonies. Featuring the biggest stars in film and television, the Golden Globes takes place Sunday, January 13 in Beverly Hills. It’s an evening where stars relax, have a drink or two, and have fun as their peers are recognized for their achievements on the small and big screen. With the onslaught of stars that descend on Beverly Hills for the Golden Globes, the city’s nightlife intensifies as movie and TV stars unwind at the city’s hottest bars, lounges and nightclubs. Who knows? You could even rub shoulders with a big name or two at one of the area’s incredible hotels. Whether you’re into the hopping nightlife, unparalleled fine dining, or upscale shopping in Beverly Hills, your chances are good to get up close and personal with some of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities.

 

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