Party On The Beach With Miami’s Best Hostels

July 15, 2011 · 4 comments

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24-hour party people know to go to Miami. By day you’ll be hanging out at beach bars and by night, after a super-glamorous change, you’ll be strutting your stuff up the red carpet of one of the hottest clubs in town. The most ‘colourful’ nightlife is found on South Beach Miami. The hostels in Miami have picked up on the party atmosphere and many have on-site bars, roof terraces and games rooms, making it easy to meet fellow travellers. You can also ensure you have more money for drinks and club entries by getting them free with some hostels and waking up to a delicious free breakfast the next day at others. Here are two great examples:

SoBe Design Studio

SoBe Design Miami hostel Studio Pool

SoBe Design Studio Pool

In the heart of South Beach, Miami, you’ll find a warm and relaxing welcome at SoBe Design Studio. Located next to the lively Miami Beach you’re just a few steps away from all the bars and restaurants that line the coast. You’ll also be just 2 blocks from all the big-name shops, the friendly staff will point you in the right direction. You’ll feel safe in the art-deco building with a security gate and video camera and you’ll have the comfort of the on-site swimming pool and private patio area. The hostel features fully-equipped studios for 2-3 people with a double bed, sofa bed, air-conditioning, hardwood floors, TV, DVD player and separate bathrooms. Studios start at €44.71 pppn.

The Miami Hostel

The Miami Hostel Florida

The Miami Hostel

If you’re a fan of a freebie get yourself down to The Miami Hostel. You’ll get breakfast, lunch, dinner, free bike hire, nightclub entry, maps, beach towels, local calls, wi-fi and a 24hr printing service, all for FREE! The ping pong and pool tables are also free and you can enjoy a cheap night in with all your new hostel friends at the Jacuzzi, BBQ party and poker nights. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and as well as all the freebies the hostel also has a lounge, bar and 24-hour security cameras. Dorms from €12.38 pppn.

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Bluegreen Kirk July 21, 2011 at 7:05 PM

I live so close to South Beach and never knew (well never looked for) hostels existed down there. I guess this is a destination for travelers as well. Free drinks and breakfast sounds good to me but I dont think my wife would go for a hostel!


AdventureRob July 22, 2011 at 4:42 AM

Can always get a private room inside a hostel remember! Just share the bathroom and cooking facilities (if any)


Bluegreen Kirk July 27, 2011 at 7:40 PM

Oh i never knew you could actually get a private room..then if thats the case its would be so bad. Is this just something most people are not willing to do as for as accommodations? In all my years it wasn’t until following along site like yours that I even became aware of hostels. To be quite honest a few times I just thought someone meant hotel and just accidentally type an extra “S”.


AdventureRob July 29, 2011 at 4:36 AM

Many hostels are modern and accommodate different type of people now. Due to widespread internet, people generally expect an internet connection where they stay now, and I’ve found hostels have picked this up more than hotels too, probably due to interacting with younger people more. Also these young people have the money to be abroad and with a computer and other gadgets so its not overly silly to think they don’t mind spending some extra money occasionally for their own room.


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