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Priority Apartments
Miami Apartment #150Miami
Apartment #150Miami
Miami, South Beach
€3,517 - €4,449 per week
Sleeps 13, 5 bed / 5 bath
Miami Apartment #109MI
Apartment #109MI
Miami, North Beach
€6,527 - €6,827 per week
Sleeps 15, 5 bed / 5 bath
Miami Apartment #100bMiami
Apartment #100bMiami
Miami, Allison Island
from €2,567/week
Sleeps 7, 2 bed / 2 bath
Miami Apartment #107MI
Apartment #107MI
Miami, South Beach
€1,756 - €1,863 per week
Sleeps 5, 2 bed / 2 bath

The Beginner's Guide to High-Rise Complexes in Miami

In downtown Miami, visitors can find a variety of high-rise complexes and apartments for rent Miami. Brickell is one of the more renowned areas of Miami and offers luxury high-rise apartments for rent Miami that feature vacation rentals. If you want to have a luxurious stay in Miami, then you are better off in choosing a vacation apartments for rent Miami in a high-rise as opposed to a hotel. Not only are the prices more affordable than a hotel, but you can also enjoy more amenities in the high-rise complexes of Brickell.

Choosing the Right High-Rise Complex

Each high-rise complex in Brickell and greater Miami offers unique amenities. When you know that you want to stay in Brickell, your next task is to figure out which amenities that you want. You may also want to consider the style of a complex in choosing the right vacation rental. Some complexes have a very urban and modern decor while other complexes are older and have a 1970s feel. What all of the complexes have in common is that they are located close to all of the top attractions in Brickell. Brickell is only 1.2 miles in length so any high-rise complex will be in a good location in this part of town. Amenities that you may want to consider in finding the right vacation rental property are rooftop pools, saunas, spas, laundry services, indoor gymnasiums and cleaning services.

Locking in the Deal

The vacancies of apartments for rent Miami are low right now due to a high demand for rentals. Your best bet is to try to lock in a vacation rental deal immediately after speaking with a landlord. You should not let a vacant apartment that you desire to sit on the market because it will likely be leased out within weeks. If you are willing to sign a lease early for a vacation rental property in Miami, then you may be able to negotiate a lower monthly rental price. 
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