Tourists from around the world flock to Miami at all times of the year because it’s known for sparkling beaches, cultural diversity, and a bustling nightlife, and if you aren’t a local, spending time in Miami can get quite expensive. The city is filled with a multitude of hotels for out-of-town visitors, but the rates can quickly burn a hole through your pocket and leave you little to enjoy Miami's shops, restaurants, bars, and clubs. Catch a break while staying in the midst of all the glitz and glam by booking one of these cheap hotels in the heart of Miami.
With close proximity to the airport and several popular Miami spots including different bars, cultural attractions and restaurants, Atton Brickell is ideal for everyone staying in Miami from business travelers to families. This modern hotel attracts travelers from all over the world with its low prices, convenience, and Latin flair. Rates for this hotel fluctuate seasonally and currently range from $150 to $200 a night which, for this location, is pretty cheap!
Casa Faena offers a cozy experience with a Mediterranean touch for a "home away from home" stay we all desire when we're traveling. With it’s convenient location on Collins Avenue, Casa Faena is just a two-minute walk from the beach. Its reasonable rates allow many travelers to find their dream stay in one of the most desired cities around the world. Rates vary with by season, but you can currently book a beautiful room for around $250.
The party follows Circa 39 from South Beach to Mid Beach where this boutique hotel offers a great bar with nightly happy hour specials and a restaurant serving comfort foods from all around the world. This hotel has a small pool but with the beach just mere minutes away on foot, you have a tough decision of where to spend your days in Miami relaxing. With a nightly rate of about $150, it'll be difficult to find another cheap hotel of this caliber in this location.
Freehand Miami is perfect for travelers who don’t mind sharing room accommodations. This hostel-type hotel has four-bed, six-bed and eight-bed dormitory options, all in bunk-bed style, as well as a delicious restaurant and bar. Shared rooms are not everyone’s thing, so Freehand also offers single rooms for those who want their privacy. The cheapest hotel on this list, Freehand's rates are $50 a night for a single bed in a shared room setting.
Right in the heart of South Beach on Ocean Drive is Hotel Breakwater. It’s nautical outside gives the appearance of a beautiful ship awaiting to set sail right off the beach across the street into the Atlantic while the interiors scream modern chic with a tropical flare. With room rates at $150 a night, Hotel Breakwater offers a true Miami experience without the hefty price tag.
Located in Coral Gables, Hotel St. Michel offers both contemporary and vintage rooms, and what makes this hotel unique from most hotels is that no two rooms are alike. Each room has its own personality and, therefore, no two visitors have the same experience. This hotel prides themselves on their hospitality and value, and it shows; rates are rather cheap at around $150 to $200 a night.
This quaint hotel is just a walk away from the popular Miracle Mile and has plenty of dining options within walking distance as well as different public modes of public transportation nearby. The interiors are simple and clean but provide a homey feel, and at only about $100 or less a night, which is especially cheap for Miami, travelers may be able to get a few more nights our of their Miami stay by staying at Hotel Ponce de Leon.
Not far from Key Biscayne, Hotel Urbano lays away from Downtown Miami but is close to the Port of Miami and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, providing travelers with plenty of things to do. This boutique-style hotel is settled in the stylish business district of Brickell, but the rates don't reflect its quality and prime location. With an average rate of $125 a night, this hotel offers a cheap option for those passing through on their way to the Florida Keys.
Miami is a highly sought-after destination for travelers from around the world, and with popularity can come high prices. But if there’s a chance to save some money without sacrificing quality, why not take it and book one of these cheap hotels in Miami?
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