The next BearingNet US User Meeting will be held at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay on the 11th to 13th of June 2015.
Miami is a beautiful waterfront city with fantastic transport connections and enjoys a sub tropical climate with year round sunshine.
BearingNet is looking forward to welcoming it’s members to the 3rd USA User Meeting for a fabulous weekend of networking.
The hotel is located in Downtown Miami and boasts a fantastic waterfront position. It has a choice of three restaurants, a terrace overlooking the Marina where you can watch the boats come and go, a spa area and large outside pool.
The Marriott has fantastic meeting space – a large Ballroom which will provide plenty of room for delegates, Premium locations, manufacturer & associates,meaning you will have a good view of where everyone is located. Lunches and receptions will be held in a room overlooking the marina with floor to ceiling windows, or outside on the terrace…
The Marriott is a 10 minute walk to Bayside Marketplace which features a wide variety of shops, dining, excursions and water taxis to South Beach. With open air music and the beautiful setting of the waterside it is a great place to come and relax after a hard day of networking. On the way to Bayside you will pass the American Airlines Arena which is a sports and music venue and the home of the Miami Heat Basketball Team.
The Marriot also offers a complimentary water taxi for all guests to the world renowned Miami Beach, famous for its long strip of beautiful sand. A place full of colourful buildings and Palm trees. It has been rated as one of the 10 best beaches in the world – white sand, warm water and bronzed bodies everywhere!
Enjoy the beach or the historic Art Deco architecture district with hundreds of iconic colourful buildings and classic cars from the 1930’s and 40’s. Relax and enjoy fine Oceanside dining or for the more energetic, walk from the art deco district in South Beach all the way up to the world famous Fontainebleau Hotel (featured in both Goldfinger and The Bodyguard) for a well- deserved, but rather pricey, drink.