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MIAMI & THE BEACHES TOURISM OVERVIEW

Miami and the beaches continues to outdo itself with a record 16 million visitors in 2016. Consistent with previous years, Miami Beach remains the most common area for visitor lodging, ever growing in popularity over the past few years. Each year Miami Beach hotels host over 35% of the 16 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. Domestic visitors made up slightly more than half of Miami’s tourists, and international tourists, primarily from Europe, Latin America and Canada, accounted for the other half.

BY THE NUMBERS

Most people who visited Miami did so for leisure and vacation purposes. This means that they were spending more money on hotels, restaurants, tours and recreational activities.. Tourists spent an average of $279.48 a day and stayed an average of 5.86 nights. With total spending averaging $1,637.75 per person per visit, tourists spent an estimated $23.8 billion while visiting Miami, the majority spent on restaurants, shopping and lodging.

INCREASE REVENUES & EXPAND MARKET SHARE

BY OFFERING TOURIST MORE VALUE FOR THEIR MONEY

Miami and the Beaches represents just one of the hundreds of Global tourist hot spots. In the profitable but fluctuating tourism market, restaurants will gladly participate in eat and tours concept. Including a meal with tours increases restaurant revenues and maximizes exposure for participating sponsors. Converting www.eatandtours.com to a global portal will significantly increase market share and global revenues. No other global tours or activity portal offers meals included without a price increase. The eat and tours concept is a logical inclusion in a competitive, fluctuating market. It’s a common-sense approach to increase revenues by offering tourist more value for their money.