Miami Tennis Open, presented by Itaú, March 19 – April 1, 2018. Located in Key Biscayne, an island town south of Miami Beach, the Miami Open attracts the world’s best ATP and WTA players. The 13 day event, held annually in March, attracts over 300,000 spectators and books about 15,000 Miami hotel nights.

Crandon Park is lovely and the Miami Open does it right with delicious food, great shops and Adirondack chairs in the sand with a full view of a big screen, for those not in the stadium. One thing about the Miami Open that stands out is, unlike other tournaments, the Men play before the Women, which sadly, means the stands empty out. Last time I was there, I was surprised at how many people paid the price for a Sat night seat, only to watch less than 2 hours and leave.

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Miami Tennis Open Hotel Picks

The Miami Open books approximately 15,000 hotel nights each year, so you’ll definitely want to book your place early. Key Biscayne (zip code 33149), is a small island off the Miami coast accessible by one bridge only, which means a lot of traffic getting to and from Open. But your time at the beach and watching the world’s best players will make it all worthwhile. Our top Miami Tennis Open hotel picks include:

Key Biscayne Hotels

Avoid the gruesome traffic in and out of the Miami Open and stay right on Key Biscayne. Enjoy beaches and the outdoors without the mayhem of Miami Beach. Splurge on the 5-star Ritz Carlton, which has its own direct shuttle to the Open, or stay next door at the Coral Reef Luxury Suites, a great option for families.

South Beach Hotels

Although less than 15 miles away, driving to/from South Beach during the Open could take up to 45 minutes. However, staying at the core of Miami’s Art Deco hotel scene and nightlife is a like a dream and offers tons to do when not watching tennis. Great value boutique hotels minutes from the sandy shores include The Shepley, Urbanica the Meridian and Hotel Fashionhaus. For a beachfront splurge The Setai, The Ritz Carlton and 1 Hotel South Beach are top choices.

Mid-Beach Miami Beach Hotels

Stay just a bit further north and avoid the Spring Break crowds and non-stop maelstrom of South Beach. For best value and free parking stay at the boutique Beach Corner. A top beachfront choice is The Palms Hotel & Spa, and there is always the iconic Fontainebleau, almost a small town within itself and offering tons of shopping, restaurants and multiple pools without ever leaving the grounds.

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Miami Open Hotels Shuttle Buses and Parking

Parking is about $15 and the parking lot, across from Miami Seaquarium, is a (free) shuttle bus away from the tennis center, so please allow about 30 minutes to park and wait for the shuttle.

Best Miami Tennis Open Hotels

Ticket holders may also access the (paid) shuttle buses from select "official" Miami Tennis Open hotels. There are three main hotels with shuttle service and each services guests from hotels a short walk away (less than 5 minutes). Except for the Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne buses, the shuttles are supplied by the Miami Open, not the hotels, and booths are set up in the hotel lobbies during the event, allowing you to buy shuttle tickets. Shuttle Bus tickets cost approximately $15pp for a day pass and $40 for a 4-day pass.

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Brickell/Downtown Hotels

Just a 12-minute ride across the Causeway from Key Biscayne, the Downtown/Brickell area is just a skip and a hop to the Open. Brickell is Miami’s Wall Street, which has developed into a trendy residential area with fantastic restaurants, shopping and beautiful outdoor spaces. The area has a direct public transport connection to the Open with Miami Bus Line 102B, departing from Brickell Metrorail station. Transit time under “normal” circumstances is around 30 minutes, but not the most convenient of options during the tournament.

Great value hotels in Brickell are the Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton and Homewood Suites Brickell/Miami, Atton Brickell Miami and SLS Brickell. For a 5-star splurge and mesmerizing views of the bay, the Four Seasons and the Mandarin Oriental Miami are as fine as luxury hotels get.

Coconut Grove Hotels

Also minutes away across the Causeway, stay in the Grove, a pedestrian and biker-friendly neighborhood steps from bayside restaurants, a lively marina, outdoor shopping malls and an eclectic vibe. The best value is to be found at the Hampton Inn Coconut Grove, the Courtyard Marriott which provides (paid) shuttle buses to the Open, Sonesta Coconut Grove and next door The Mutiny Suites.

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Venue Information

Stadium Court, with 13,800-seats, is the centerpiece of the Tennis Center at Crandon Park facility, home of Miami Open Tennis since 1987. Miami Open Tennis also has 10 additional competition courts and eight practice courts. The Tennis Center is also home to four European red clay and four American green clay courts.

Tennis Center At Crandon Park
7300 Crandon Boulevard
Key Biscayne, FL 33149

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Miami Tennis Open Flight Info

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Cheap Flight Tips:

1) Tuesdays and Wednesdays are generally the cheapest days to fly. Next lowest fares are usually Thursday and Saturday (which usually means you can catch quarter finals on Friday, and head out on Saturday)

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