Check Great Hostels in Miami

Miami is a party city. There are simply no two ways about it. People come here to go crazy, go to nightclubs, relax on the beach and drink during the evenings. Although it is not a city that I particularly like, but even I admit that they know how to have fun here.

I’ve been visiting Miami for years. There are many things to consider when choosing a hostel here. The top four when it comes to choosing the best hostel in Miami are:

1. Freehand Miami

For a inexpensive hostel, Freehand Miami really goes far beyond that. They have a swimming pool, yoga classes, transportation to Little Havana and trips to Key West and the Everglades (among others). It is a lively hostel with two bars on site and only 5 minutes from the beach. It is a good choice for travelers looking for a social hostel, but not too wild. Just bring earplugs, because sometimes you can hear the noise from the street.

2. Viajero Miami

This self-proclaimed design hostel is the first location in the United States of the Viajero chain, a Latin American group of hostels. Viajero Miami is located in the Art Deco district of South Beach and brings the same Latin American style to the city, which is often called the “capital of Latin America”.”

Viajero offers a variety of amenities, with a coworking space in the library and not just one, but three artistically designed swimming pools. The pool bar is a great place to hang out and meet people (while enjoying one of their cocktails). It is also only one block from the beach! Choose from a variety of rooms, from beds in the hostel dormitory to a suite in the attic.

3. Generator Miami

This hostel is fantastic. They have a swimming pool, two restaurants, a bar and are just a few minutes from the beach. It’s a huge hostel (there are 8 floors), the beds are more comfortable than the inexpensive ones you can find in party hostels, and the hotel is kept clean. They offer bike rental, private rooms (including rooms for families) and have tons of common areas throughout the hostel. It’s not a super social hostel (they don’t organize a lot of events), so it’s a great option for anyone looking for some alone time or who needs to work.

4. Selina Gold Dust

The Selina Gold Dust is located in a former roadside motel from the 1950s, which has been renovated and converted into a retro-style hostel. Like most hostels in Miami, there is an outdoor swimming pool, where Selina often organizes events such as yoga classes, live DJs, comedy shows and even movie nights. It’s a great place to hang out, with a nostalgic dinner and an on-site bar.

However, unlike most of the other hostels on this list, Selina is not located in South Beach, but in Miami’s up-and-coming MiMo (Modernist Miami) design district. Although it is not on the beach, it is closer to museums and art galleries.

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