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The Gansevoort Miami Beach Hotel

Gansevoort Hotel South Beach

The beautiful Gansevoort Hotel on Miami Beach is directly on the ocean, and offers the finest resort amenities and accommodations. Situated on Collins Avenue within easy walking distance of South Beach’s hip nightlife, world-class restaurants and interesting shops, the Gansevoort Hotel has it all.

We have been able to negotiate a special rate for sponsors, exhibitors and attendees of ScentWorld Expo 2011; $263.25 per night plus applicable fees and taxes. This is a significant discount from their regular rate, which is $50 to $175 a night more for these dates, which are at the peak at this time of year. We have also been able to get a discounted rate for the weekend following the conference, in case you want to stay longer.

The closest airport is Miami International (MIA), 12 miles from the hotel, Fort Lauderdale International (FLL) is 27 miles away.

These package prices include one hotel room. If you need additional rooms, you can add them below

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Things to do in the area

Art Deco District and Ocean Drive – This area of South Beach, located between 1st and north to 15th Streets and Ocean Drive west to Washington Avenue, boasts a number of beautifully renovated Art Deco buildings from the 1920s and 1930s, interspersed with newer construction. There are a number of casual and fancy restaurants and clubs sprinkled throughout, mixed with hotels, apartment buildings and world-class shopping. It is a great place to sip a drink and people watch. As its name implies, Ocean Drive shops are directly across the street from a lovely public beach.

Lincoln Road Pedestrian Mall – Built in the 1950s, Lincoln Road was home to the exclusive stores of the day. Now its character is more casual, with outdoor cafes, funky shops and frequently outdoor performances. It is a pedestrian mall, so there are wide pathways for strolling and dining, unbothered by street traffic.