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Highlights Pembroke Pines
- Everglade adventures
- Miami attractions
- Fort Lauderdale casinos
- Local shopping
- Water parks
- Diverse cuisine
- Helicopter tours
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Pembroke Pines is a city of around 160,000 people just north of Miami. Set apart from the city itself, the town has a laid-back, welcoming character of its own that visitors will love. Stretching east to west between the Everglades and Hollywood Beach, Pembroke Pines has expanded rapidly in the past 20 years, prospering as an upmarket neighborhood with excellent links to downtown museums, theaters and restaurants, as well as excellent access to the popular beaches of Southern Florida.Rentals for an unforgettable stay
It all adds up to a family-friendly town where visitors can relax nearby or plan ambitious explorations of one of America's great destinations. Find spacious properties that are secluded and private, and enjoy sunset BBQs by private lakes. Alternatively, choose somewhere in busier shopping areas like Pembroke Gardens or the city center, where getting to know the locals couldn't be easier at restaurants and lively sports bars. With vacation rentals for groups of friends, families and couples alike, it's a superb base for sampling South Florida's unique charms.
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The area and getting around
Pembroke Pines may sound like a remote forest, but it's actually one of Miami's northern suburbs, and is just 24 miles away from the center of town. Dip into the upscale continental cuisine of the Miami Design District, devour Latin American seafood delicacies like ceviche in Coconut Grove, or munch on delicious Cuban sandwiches in Little Havana. The manatees and turtles at Seaquarium or the gorgeous gardens at Vizcaya are less than 45 minutes away as well. And that's not all. Fort Lauderdale's casinos and beach are 10 miles away, while the Everglades stretch off to the west. All-in-all, it's perfectly placed to get to know the region.Buzzing restaurants and shopping hubs
You don't even need to venture into Miami to enjoy Pembroke Pines. There's plenty on offer in the town itself. For instance, the downtown area around C.B. Smith Park and Pembroke Lakes Mall features water parks, green space, boutiques and dining spots, all within walking distance. Miramar is a cultural center, hosting outdoor and indoor performances and cookery events all year round, while Pembroke Gardens in the western part of the city has become a nightlife and shopping destination, blending chilled out cocktail bars, surf and turf grills, and open air malls designed with the climate in mind. Further west, Pembroke Shores is built around a series of lakes, and properties tend to combine convenient locations with waterfront views. It's an excellent spot for vacation rentals and has attractions of its own, like the YMCA Family Center water park.
Travelers and activities
It may be a suburb of Miami, but Pembroke Pines is a great place to launch adventurous explorations of the coastline and the Florida interior. For starters, you can board helicopters or planes at North Perry Airport. Tour off the coast around Fort Lauderdale, the skyline of Miami, and the idyllic beaches around Coconut Grove and Key Biscayne. It's not all about high-altitude thrills, either. If you'd rather not take flight but still have a taste for adventure, iFLY Fort Lauderdale offers indoor skydiving in your very own wind tunnel.Pembroke Pines for Families
Family fun is always on the agenda in Pembroke Pines. Book a table at a local water park and let the kids descend slides or relax in the lazy river. Sunbathe in Fort Lauderdale or Miami Beach, or dive into Pembroke Lakes Mall to shop-till-you-drop. C.B. Smith park is also a family haven, with its AllGolf complex, bike trails, volleyball courts, and acres of green space for picnics and lazy days in the sun.
Held in C.B. Smith Park in January, the 99.9 KISS Country Chili CookOff is Florida's largest competitive chili event.
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Numerous operators in Pembroke Pines offer helicopter tours over nearby Miami from North Perry Airport, and it's an unforgettable experience. Soar over the Art Deco hotels of Miami Beach, the mangrove forests at Coconut Grove, or the lighthouse at Key Biscayne, for a dazzling angle on the area's beautiful coastline.2. Splash around at local water parks
When the Florida sun beats down, nothing beats the pools, loungers and slides at water parks like the YMCA Aquatic Center or Paradise Cove. Both can be found close to downtown Pembroke Pines, and offer family fun. And parents can always book tables if the adrenaline rush is too much!.3. Try your luck at the Seminole Hard Rock
Located just north-east of Pembroke Pines, the Seminole Hard Rock is guitar-shaped and offers a glitzy blend of dining, music and casino fun. Major global acts arrive all the time, but the bars and lounges are great for relaxing nights out any time of year.4. Take an airboat tour of the Everglades
Gators, birdlife, spooky mangrove corridors and endless stories await when you join airboat tours of the Everglades National Park. Operators leave from the western edge of Pembroke Pines, and you can book day trips that combine natural attractions with great photo opportunities. You might even get a photo with a baby gator!5. Visit the Miramar Cultural Center
This vibrant cultural hub showcases southern Florida's Caribbean and Latin roots, and always has something to entertain visitors. From cooking master-classes to theatrica performances, this is the place to head for cultural delights, right on the doorstep of vacation rentals in Pembroke Pines.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Pembroke Pines
Pembroke Pines is one of the cheapest cities in the USA. For a vacation rental here, you can expect to pay around $273.79 per night.
]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Pembroke Pines are March ($197.39 the average per night for accommodation), December ($224.53), and April ($245.39).
When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Pembroke Pines, the highest prices can usually be seen in the month of February (with an average of $311 per night), followed by November ($310.95), and January ($310.23).
When planning a vacation to Pembroke Pines, it is necessary to plan ahead as 71% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
April, September and August are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 45.25%, 36.25%, and 35.4%.
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Pembroke Pines are, in order, January (with 10% of available rentals), February (10.6%), and March (20.75%).
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