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A fantastic addition to the downtown skyline, American Airlines Arena or 'Triple-A' as the locals like to call it opened its doors at the dawn of the millennium for an exciting NBA season. Set on the waterfront of Biscayne Bay, this architectural masterpiece provides an amazing view from the public terraces and balconies of the concourses. Aside from housing the Miami Heat, the 19,600-seater venue also functions as the home ground of the Miami Sol. A truly multifunctional arena the stadium also regularly plays host to events such as concerts, ice shows, circuses with the help of the swanky Waterfront Theater that sits within its contemporary-stylized walls. Amenities include restaurants, bars, retail shops, on-site covered parking, VIP boxes, luxury suites and club seating sections.
Marlins Park is a modern ballpark that hosts Florida Marlins baseball games. With a seating capacity of nearly 36,742, it offers great views of the field no matter where you're sitting. Apart from this, the modern venue has a swimming pool and a unique home-plate backstop that doubles up as an aquarium. A retractable roof, LED lighting and other facilities make for a perfect game-watching experience.
If you are a cycling enthusiast and are planning a unique trip, then Bike and Roll is the best option for you. Select your bike from a huge range of bikes such as mountain, trek, road, comfort, tandems, cruisers and hybrids which can be rented as per your convenience. You can rent them on a weekly, daily or hourly basis. Or else opt to go on their guided bike tour rides or planned rides where you can visit all the hip places of Miami in an eco-friendly way. There are bikes for kids as well for families who are out on a bike vacation. For a fun day out on pedals, Bike and Roll will definitely make it wonderful for you.
An extension of the stellar facilities at the Watsco Center, Fieldhouse is a versatile event space ideal for everything from indoor sporting events and receptions to business conferences and trade shows. The venue features a basketball facility, capable of hosting big ticket games as, well as a highly flexible multipurpose space, ideal for cultural, social and business events. Though it is utilized regularly for the university's activities, this expansive venue is a popular choice for rented events as well.
All you baseball fans can watch your favorite baseball stars in action at the University of Miami's Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field. Sit back in the aisle of this massive stadium and enjoy the game as renowned names in college baseball slug it out on the field. Feel the electric atmosphere as a crowd of 5000 strong spectators cheer for their home team on game days. Home to the UM Hurricanes Baseball team, this is one of the finest college baseball facilities in the state.
Established in 1995 within Florida International University, Ocean Bank Convocation Center is one of the most prominent sporting facilities in the city. This stadium is home to FIU Panthers, the university's football team that has a significant standing in the NCAA Division 1, a prominent intercollegiate league. After a major renovation in 2007, this stadium can accommodate as many as 20,000 spectators. This stadium also boasts exclusive suites and press boxes for an unparalleled view of the field.
Few sporting venues in the nation are well equipped to host both NFL football and major league baseball. In 1987, this privately financed facility, known then as Joe Robbie Stadium, emerged as the home stadium for the Miami Dolphins and was called Dolphin Stadium. Today, known as Hard Rock Stadium and owned by Stephen M. Ross, it continues to play host to Dolphin home games, championships, as well as several concerts and other special events. The box office is located at Gate G in the stadium. Also within the stadium is the Grand Plaza, which is emerging as the new entertainment hub. The Club Level also has many restaurants and lounge areas where people can enjoy themselves. There are spaces available for rental purposes too.