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Greater Miami and the Beaches Hotel Association

Welcome to the official website of the Greater Miami and the Beaches Hotel Association (GMBHA). The GMBHA is a membership based organization that represents the hotel and hospitality industry in Miami Dade County. We advocate for our member’s interests through active involvement in local, state and national issues.

Our calendar of events includes monthly networkers, industry luncheons featuring top leaders in the hospitality industry and educational panel series that are led by professionals and experts within the industry about current events and trending topics.

Upcoming Events

5.30 GMBHA Expedia Panel (Instagram Post)
GMBHA & Expedia Neighborhood Series: Driving Business

Thursday, May 30, 2024
4:00pm-7:00pm
Mr. C Coconut Grove

GMBHA Lunch & Learn
GMBHA Lunch & Learn at Hotel & Resort Design South

Thursday, June 6, 2024
1pm-2pm
Miami Beach Convention Center

STD Women in Hospitality Leadership panel
SAVE THE DATE: Women in Hospitality Leadership Panel

Thursday, July 18, 2024
4:00pm-7:00pm
Mondrian South Beach

Feature Blog Posts

Weekly updates regarding Miami-Dade's hospitality industry

E-Newsletter: May 2021

By Faheemah Garzon | May 12, 2021

Can you believe it is already May!? My team and I are delighted to share with you that we are vaccinated and attended the spectacular GMCVB’s State of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Breakfast event last week at the Miami Beach Convention Center

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Miami Beach Commission Appoints First Woman as City Manager

By Faheemah Garzon | April 21, 2021

Miami Beach Commission Appoints First Woman as City Manager
– Former Assistant City Manager Alina T. Hudak will lead 2,200 Miami Beach Employees –

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GMBHA in the news: Hotels in Miami and South Florida are open — and busy

By Faheemah Garzon | March 3, 2021

While most major metro areas have seen hotel occupancy plummet throughout the pandemic, the greater Miami market has emerged as particularly resilient this winter, with both beach resorts and short-term vacation rentals reporting strong demand.

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