Hostel, 10-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
1351 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
In between Miami’s sun-kissed beaches and Art Deco buildings lies Rock Hostel – think comfort, security and fun all under one roof! To help you have an unforgettable stay, they organise wine tasting events, boat trips and nights out too – perfect for meeting amazing people from around the world. The hostel have an on-site bar and restaurant. You'll get a daily breakfast, Wi-Fi, towels and bed linen without paying a thing.
❝The best hostel in Miami beach! Stayed here for the second time and absolutely loved it again. The staff does EVERYTHING to make you feel welcome. Special thanks to George and Julio!❞
❝The rooms are spacious, the beds are comfortable. The light fixture and charger on each bed is genius, and each bed gets a safe. The bathrooms are actually nice and clean. The kitchen is well equipped. Breakfast is decent, a hard, bad bagel with good coffe and orange juice, great fresh fruit, and good granola bars. Cream cheese and fruit jelly are available. The location of the hostel is amazing, close to the beach, to española way, short walk from Lincoln Road.❞
Miami Beach FL
Miami Beach is a south Florida island city, connected by bridges to mainland Miami. Wide beaches stretch from North Shore Open Space Park, past palm-lined Lummus Park to South Pointe Park. The southern end, South Beach, is known for its international cachet with models and celebrities, and its early-20th-century architecture in the Art Deco Historic district with pastel-colored buildings, especially on Ocean Drive. At night, theses buildings on Ocean Drive take on a retro glow as crowds from neon-lit bars, clubs and restaurants spill onto the sidewalks. The pedestrian, fountain-dotted Lincoln Road Mall is an open-air shopping zone with high-end boutiques and popular chain retailers. Revitalization efforts have made both the resorts on the sand and the businesses on Collins Avenue glamorous once again. A center of art, the city hosts annual Art Basel and is home to the Wolfsonian-FIU museum, which examines objects since the Industrial Revolution.