Prices and sites to book a villa in Miami?

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Found 27th Sep 2010
Does any1 have any idea of how much it would cost to book a villa (2 bedroom) in Miami for next June? Doesn't have to be on the beach side but no more than 10 mins from the beach. Or any sites which show prices aswell??

Any replies appreciated, thanks.

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james villas.

i use them. i know other say should rent the villa directly with owner using holiday lettings and other sites, but i like going with james villas. good company imo.

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Have a look on thedibb.co.uk

Im sure they have a rental section - but they will also be able to give better advise.

Why Miami? Loved my first visit many moons ago, but was there for a couple of days not long ago. Hated it.

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actually changed our minds now. june is the rainiest month so no point, any1 think of any good hot nice beached destinations along way from the uk?

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RichKid10123

actually changed our minds now. june is the rainiest month so no point, … actually changed our minds now. june is the rainiest month so no point, any1 think of any good hot nice beached destinations along way from the uk?



Australia

Actually Australia is great but it will be their winter time.

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RichKid10123

actually changed our minds now. june is the rainiest month so no point, … actually changed our minds now. june is the rainiest month so no point, any1 think of any good hot nice beached destinations along way from the uk?



yes. Bali. There a few months ago. Highly recommend.

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was thinking australia but dont want to go in the winter, what are LA winters like? any1 know

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looking for a boys holiday, sun sand and hot hot beaches. night life nice food nice women and nice ppl.

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RichKid10123

was thinking australia but dont want to go in the winter, what are LA … was thinking australia but dont want to go in the winter, what are LA winters like? any1 know



June in LA is in the 70's but often overcast and can be rainy.

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Also for Australia i'd recommend at least 3 weeks as there is so much to do and you lose 2 days in travel.

Original Poster

syzable !!! you are very helpful thank you.

probably with my luck it will probably rain most of the time, so somewhere where its always hot would be brilliant lol. summer all year round would be perfect

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It's a tricky time for that side of the planet as places like Mexico etc have the hurricane season start in June.

Is Europe out of the question?

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Depends really, been Spain france. Dont fancy turkey or portugal or places like that. Egypt sounds good.

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Egypt is nice.........very hot. Just need to beware of dodgy belly and handle the money with gloves on (it genuinely stinks of crap)

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haha. for some reason i think im willing to risk the rain of miami lol. surely it cant rain for 2 weeks

Stayed here before: churchillsuites.com/

Worked out about £50/night for a 2 bedroom apartment looking out onto the Atlantic. It backs onto the beach and has it's own pool etc.

It's in Miami Beach near the fontainebleau. I think it's meant for business travel, it had that sort of feel and with valet parking etc it was quite nice!
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