Miami Heat Suites

Miami Heat Suites

American Airlines Arena

Dozens of suites encircle the American Airlines Arena on multiple levels. Each season in Miami, the product on the court is outmatched only by the style and comfort found in the Miami Heat luxury suites. Each box consists of comfortable seating to accommodate a variety of group sizes. In-suite technology includes plasma televisions so you don’t miss any action around the league along with Wi-Fi internet access.

Wet bar, refrigerator, and ice maker come standard in the kitchen area of the suites to compliment the lavish catering options for your group. The upscale dining is so incredible you may have hard time focusing on the game. works hard to bring their clients the greatest suite options in the building. Multiple sizes and configurations guarantee an experience tailored to your every need. Our exceptional customer service team will ensure you have everything you need for a seamless event.

Whether you already own a suite at American Airlines Arena or you are hoping to acquire one for an upcoming Miami Heat game or a concert, call us at 610-828-7407 to find out how partnering with will benefit you. A resource unlike any other in the industry, we are able to market suites for suite owners who are unable to attend events to our extensive list of corporate clients in each city. Heat suites are in high demand. You can contact us direct at to learn about the opportunities available through

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Representing South Beach in the NBA since 1988, the Miami Heat are a force to be reckoned with in the Eastern Conference. The league championship banners grace the rafters at American Airlines Arena, each calling to mind epic squads that were able to make it all the way.

Still a fairly young franchise, Miami is an attractive destination, and as such has ended up with some talented players to their credit. Some big names for this team over the years include Tim Hardaway, Udonis Haslem, Glen Rice, Rony Seikaly, Grant Long, and Eddie Jones. More recently, Miami is famous for such names as Shaquille O’Neal, Alonzo Mourning, Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh, LeBron James, and Jimmy Butler.

The first Miami Heat NBA Championship came against the Dallas Mavericks in 2006. Winning the series four games to two, the Miami Heat were loaded with talent on their roster including hall of famers in Shaquille O’Neal and Alonzo Mourning. A young star back in 2006, Dwayne Wade won the MVP of the series.

In one of the most memorable moments in NBA history, LeBron James announced in a live television special in July of 2010 that he would be taking his talents to South Beach. The megastar of basketball would be leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers to sign with the Heat. His impact was felt immediately on the court. In fact, the Miami Heat reached the NBA Finals every year he was on the team. They added additional championship banners to the rafters in 2012 and 2013.

James, along with Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh, comprised the “Big Three” in Miami. A scoring machine, the Miami Heat dominated the Eastern Conference and cruised through the playoffs. 2014 saw James head back to Cleveland (where he would bring them a championship in 2016). Longtime Heat player Dwayne Wade would depart for Chicago in 2016, but would return to Miami mid-season in 2018 via a trade. Medical issues sidelined Chris Bosh starting in 2016 and led to his eventual official retirement in early 2019.

Head Coach Erik Spoelstra is hard at work turning his current team into a championship contender. Led by Goran Dragic and Jimmy Butler, the Miami Heat seem to be finished with the rebuild. Eager to win now, this club relies on contributions from Bam Adebayo (who signed a five year max extension in the offseason), Kendrick Nunn Duncan Robinson, Jae Crowder, and Tyler Herro. Adding Andre Iguodala at the trade deadline brings in a solid veteran with championship experience.

Putting up great numbers in 2019-2020, the Heat finished the pandemic-shortened season with a record of 44-29. Sweeping the Pacers in the first round, Miami made quick work of Milwaukee in a five game second round series. The Eastern Conference Finals put Miami up against the Boston Celtics. This tough series ended in six games with Miami headed to the Finals. In a great twist, the Heat would face off against a Los Angeles Lakers team led by LeBron James. In a great six game series, Jimmy Butler led the way for Miami but it just wasn’t enough to overpower LA as the Lakers took home the title.

Reinventing themselves back into championship contenders, the Miami Heat are a tough team that will continue to strive for another title. There is a lot of optimism in Miami as this group looks towards the future. Learn more about the Miami Heat by clicking here.

If you own a Miami Heat suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.

This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Miami Heat game should go unused.

Benefit from extra revenue with LuxuryVIPSuites while helping out a corporate group that needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in your Miami Heat suite.

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