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Young Adults to South Beach, FL

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21 yo daughter and 3 girlfriends want to travel for spring break. They're not looking for a wild nightlife but they'd like the idea of young people being around --- they're really just looking for someplace WARM to relax and gear up for the remainder of the semester.

They're thinking South Beach/Miami (they're on the east coast and don't really have a need to leave the country). Is that a good idea? They really just want to relax by the pool/ocean and go out for a nice dinner, maybe a club or two, some shopping, etc. (Spring break is mid-march, so they have to go pretty far south for the sun)

Can anyone recommend a hotel? (They'll split the hotel 4 ways, and they're only thinking maybe 3/4 nights.) Restaurants? Anything else?

Grateful for any and all recommendations.

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