Miami Hotels Fill Up With Latin Music Stars, But You Can Still Snag A Bed
Spring break may have come and gone, but things are still hot, hot, hot on the Miami hotel scene. Especially with this week's Billboard Latin Music Conference & Awards in town.
All the action is taking place up in the Mid-Beach area, with Billboard's HQ set up at the Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach. That's where the pre-conference pool party kicked off last night, and where all the
boringscintillating speeches and panels will hold forth over the next few days.
What you really wanna know, though, is that the Awards themselves are taking place on Thursday night and Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull are all scheduled to perform.
The Awards Show is actually taking place at another location, but the Eden Roc is providing transport for the guests to and from the show--so we're guessing that could mean some prime Latin pop star sightings at the hotel from around 5:30 p.m.
To avoid lurking like a star stalker, you could always book yourself into the Eden Roc. We found rooms available tonight from $309 a night or starting at $429 a night on Awards Show night.
Rates are hovering in that high-end at other hotels, too: rooms start at $429 a night at the Fontainebleau this week; $350 a night at Shore Club; and $349 a night at Hotel Victor.
For some more affordable options within strolling distance of star central at the Eden Roc, try the Best Western Atlantic Beach Resort, for $123 a night; Red South Beach at $119 a night, or Circa 39 Hotel for $149 a night.