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Villa Marquesa
  • $475/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (8)
  • 8
  • Instant book
  • Miami, FL
Residential, huge yard, elegant, well maintained, available year round, Miami area. ,
Miami Coconut Grove Mansion Decorate with Antiques
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • Miami, FL
Welcome to a one-of-its kind mansion in Miami Coconut Grove wrapped with original Chicago bricks on the exterior and interior, French art deco grand piano at the entrance, open floor plan with library, working fireplace and wood paneling, Bronze life size statues, the area is filled with Italian and French antique furniture, oil paintings and decoration throughout. Professional video, photo shoots, small meetings, small reunions, baby- bride shower are welcome. Also we have shutters all over to darker the area if needed. Our roof top has views of the city, the front/side yards can be used for setup the tables and chairs if you want your reunion outside and will be surrounded by trees and swings, fountains and tropical landscape all around. Don't miss it in Miami this house is unique for your enjoyment and professional work.
Tropical paradise
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Miami, FL
More than 1 acre of land in North Miami with lush tropical landscape, heated swimming pool, airstreams (RV), a tree house, hammocks, a work out area aka Jungle Gym. The property was formerly a tree nursery, so there are some really unusual palm trees with wild shapes and sizes. Its beautiful during the day and even more special at night under the stars. Our location is very private, great for a photo shoot, video shoot, music video, yoga and events. Main house (white building) is not for rent. Only outdoors, pool area, 2 airstreams and a tree house (studio with a queen bed, bathroom/shower and a small terrace). Our venue is also ideally suited for groups up to 150 people to celebrate special occasions. The gardens, hammocks, hand carved wood furniture, swings, pool, ping-pong table and even a hand-made sew-saw offer amazing spaces for parties, weddings, photographers, retreats etc. 1000 Palms Hideout is a beautiful secret garden in the best destination in Florida. Property is central and convenient to all areas of Miami. Wynwood (3.5 miles away), Design district (2.5 miles) , midtown (3 miles), beaches (5.5 miles) , Aventura (3 miles), Brickell (5 miles).
Farm in Miami
  • $175/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Miami, FL
10 acres of pure nature. Beautiful water features, enormous barn as well as stalls. Huge area for different types of events such as weddings, parties, filming etc. Property has 2 separate entrances. The back 5 acres are a white canvas with opportunity to create whatever it is that comes to mind.

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What is the price range for Retreat locations in Miami, FL?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $150 to $475

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About Miami

Miami is one of the most popular tourist cities in Florida and sits as a major hub for travel and tourism in the region. The amount of sunshine and the number of beaches alone make Miami a wonderful place to go and enjoy yourself. But on top of that, there is also the fact there are lots to do including some of the most exciting nightlife you’ll find anywhere, with concert venues and dance clubs aplenty.

As for how the weather is, if you are a fan of sunshine, you will love Miami. With roughly 300 days of sunshine a year, there is more than enough time to enjoy the beaches and then some. The one downside is that Miami can get downright hot in the summer. When you’re picking out your retreat location, you will want to take the heat into account.

Retreat Options in Miami

Planning a Miami retreat location is a great way to improve relationships and get some time away from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life but putting together a retreat is not all that easy. Besides picking the location, you need to think about all the accommodations and extra services you’re going to need. That is when it’s important to take advantage of everything Miami has to offer to find the goods and services to make your retreat go off without a hitch.

  • Catering
    Retreats are supposed to be relaxing for the attendees and one of the best ways to relax is with good food. Depending on the location, you might have to find options for how to feed everyone and one of the best ways to do this is by bringing in professional catering. This way you can provide a diverse menu that will please everyone’s palette and keep them nice and happy during the retreat.

  • Transportation
    Another thing to consider when planning your retreat location in Miami is how everyone will get there. This is especially tricky if some of the attendees are new in town. After all, you do not want people getting lost or stuck in traffic. To solve this problem, it is a good idea to go with your own personal transportation, at least for pick up and drop off. That way you eliminate the worry, and everyone will arrive on time.

  • Instructors
    Depending on the type of retreat you’re putting together, you may want to consider bringing in coaches and instructors to help improve relaxation. Things like yoga instructors, self-help gurus, and life coaches are a great way to amplify the benefits of a retreat and leave the attendees feeling better once the retreat is over

Retreat Companies in Miami

A retreat is supposed to be relaxing and therapeutic. There is no reason for you to stress out over all the planning to be done. Choosing a retreat location in Miami means you will have a plethora of local professionals to help you out.

  • Bella Personal Chef
    You want to know that your retreat is a valuable and relaxing experience for all your attendees and that is why having good food is so important. That is where Bella Personal Chef comes in. Bella Personal Chef is a catering company that takes a personal approach to its clients. They deliver fresh customized meals that can meet the needs of any type of event and offer a unique taste that is anything but ordinary.

  • Limo Services USA
    When you want to make sure everyone is safe and gets to the retreat on time, then it’s time to hire professional transportation to pick folks up and drop them off. Limo Services USA does not just drive you to your destination, they do so in style. Each ride has a personal chauffeur, and the rides are designed to meet your needs with high-end accommodations. They also use the latest technology to make sure routes and times always stay accurate.

  • Skanda Yoga Studio
    One of the most relaxing and impactful ways to enjoy your retreat is with yoga classes. Skanda Yoga Studio offers private lessons for individuals and groups. Their philosophy follows the traditional style of yoga that focuses on the “application of alignment, functional movement, conscious breathwork, philosophy, and meditation techniques” to provide a full experience.

Pros and Cons of Retreats in Miami

When it comes to cities with a great location, tons of nightlife, and great food, there are fewer that are better than Miami. As one of the biggest hotspots in the southeast and having great Cuban culture to boot, Miami has a lot to offer for those who enjoy certain things. That doesn’t mean that everything about Miami is outstanding, there are some negatives too. Here are some of the pros and cons of living in Miami.


  • Things to do
    Looking for fun for the family or even just something to do on your day off? You will find there are plenty of options in Miami. Because Miami is such a mix of people and cultures there are all types of options for entertainment, educational venues, and food.

  • Food
    Along with all the entertainment and other options, Miami has a lot of choices when it comes to types of food. From traditional southern food to the best that Little Havana has to offer, you’ll find something to please even the most discerning palettes. From street food to high-end restaurants, Miami has it all.

  • Beaches
    For sunshine and beach lovers, Miami is a prime spot to visit. Miami has beaches all around and some of the best weather for beach-going anywhere so you’ll have plenty of days to soak up the sun and enjoy the water.


  • Congestion
    One thing that is disappointing about coming to Miami is that it is a popular tourist city which means especially during the busy season that you’ll have to deal with crowds in most places that you go. You need to plan for extra time while you’re visiting and during your attempts to secure a retreat location.

  • Heat
    Another thing most newcomers to Miami aren’t used to is the extreme heat during the summer. Not only is it extremely hot, but the humidity in the south is also no joke. You’ll find that between the two the conditions can be oppressive and even make it hard to breathe. Best to stay inside and crank the AC on the hottest days.

  • Traffic
    Make sure you give yourself extra time to get places. Like most big cities, Miami has a lot of cars on the road and it can make traffic something of a nightmare when going from place to place.

Famous Locations in Miami

  • Perez Art Museum
    Nothing says relaxation like meandering through the peaceful exhibits at Perez Art Museum. The permanent collection includes approximately 2,000 items with an emphasis on the Americas, Africa, and Western Europe. Some of these include works from Kiki Smith, Frank Stella, and James Rosenquist as well as Kehinde Wiley, Joseph Cornell, and Purvis Young.

  • Bayside Marketplace
    If planning your retreat is getting to you, try a little retail therapy. The Bayside Marketplace on the coast of Biscayne Bay has more than 120 retailers, dozens of eateries, and entertainment galore. In fact, you will be treated to live music daily as you peruse the shops like Foot Locker and Polo or enjoy some food at the Hard Rock Café or Chili’s.

  • Venetian Pool
    The Venetian Pool was made from an old coral rock quarry in 1924. Today, it has more than 820,000 gallons of fresh water coming in daily from the artesian wells. Besides swimming, you can enjoy the gorgeous waterfall, an island with a bridge, caves, and a grotto. There is also a café to enjoy a meal or some adult beverages.