Newly Rejuvenated South Beach Hostel Offers an Attractive Option for Overnight Stays

MIAMI BEACH – There’s no where in the world that rivals South Beach as a young, hip place for late-night partying. Its prices also are second-to-none, with cocktails at trendy clubs typically $15 or more and hotel room rates out of reach for 20-something visitors from drive-in markets looking for a fun-filled night out. What’s a partier to do? Enter The South Beach Hostel, a recently rejuvenated lodging option for young people around Florida in search of a safe, clean, affordable place to spend the night on South Beach with friends and stay off the roads after a night of drinking… for as low as $15 per night, including breakfast.

The popular boutique hostel recently received a “Top 10” ranking in the United States in a guest survey conducted by, the leading provider of online reservations to the budget, independent and youth travel market. Located in the heart of South Beach at 235 Washington Avenue, just two blocks from the beach, its 37 air-conditioned rooms, with prices starting at $15 per night per person, accommodate from two to eight guests and may be booked by friends as private rooms.

The South Beach Hostel’s minimalist design reveals clean floors and consistent housekeeping, with housekeeping staff on-site 16 hours a day. Each room includes lockers for guests to store their belongings, with padlocks offered at the front desk. Access to the guest rooms, bathrooms and hallways is by keycard only and activity in and around all the common areas is recorded by security cameras. Room keys are programmed to provide access to men’s or women’s bathrooms – but not both.

“Our concept is to provide the perfect place for young people within driving distance of South Beach to come for a short visit, have a great time, and afford a safe, clean, fun place to stay with their friends, for the cost of one drink at a club,” said Jesper Arnoldsson, owner’s representative for Stonemason Partners, L.P., owners of The South Beach Hostel. “The South Beach Hostel removes the barriers that discouraged young people from as nearby as Boca Raton and as far away as Orlando, Tampa and other drive-in markets to come and have fun on South Beach.”

At any time of day, the lobby is filled with people in their 20s and early 30s. The boutique hostel’s amenities include a full service bar open until 5 a.m., lounge with flat screen TV and movie theater, self-catering kitchen, Internet café, free Wi-Fi, pool table and free transportation to Miami International Airport.

For more information about The South Beach Hostel or for reservations, please call (305) 534-6669, or visit


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