Miami beach? Sunny days, recreation and fun? Perfect picture for a memorable summer vacation. If you are on a tight budget this year and you don’t want to spend too much money on your next trip to Florida, it is useful to know a few details about the best beach hotels and places to stay in Florida.
We know that a destination like Florida can sometimes be expensive, so it is good to be informed about affordable beach accommodation for budget travellers. Florida beaches are considered to be among the best in the world for their beauties, facility and accessibility. Whether you choose Florida’s East Coast for the Atlantic Ocean waves or enjoying the white sand of the Golf of Mexico, families, couples or single persons will have a wonderful time.
Guardian magazine has made a list with affordable hotels and places to check in, useful for those who want to make their vacancy in Florida this year.
- Post South Beach, Miami is an impressive location, a multi million-dollar home that was transformed into a luxury five-star hostel situated very closed to Miami’s famous Ocean Drive. Here you can enjoy a rooftop pool, an impressive living room and kitchen, elegant bathrooms with a nice corridor lined with mirrors and hair dryers. It also has three dorms with a big number of bunk beds, all with mattresses. As a guest at this hostel, you will benefit from all the facilities at the Whitelaw Bar and Lounge plus eight other stylish boutique art deco hotels. What is important to keep in mind is that here no children are allowed, in comparison with other Miami hostels.
- North Beach Camp Resort, St. Augustine is situated on a barrier island between a wild Atlantic beach and a calmer beach on the Tolomoto river. The campsite is a picturesque location with spacious tent and RV sites situated between palms and oaks that offers quiet and relaxing moments. The camp resort is equipped with one or two bed cabins, swing chairs or king-sized barbecues. For leisure activities, the cam resort includes a basketball area, a pool, shuffleboard or a fishing dock. In terms of price tags, it varies depending on what you choose. For instance, camping/RV sites cost $45 per night, cabins from $110 per night for two persons and for extra guests $10 per night.
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- Perry’s Ocean Edge Resort, Daytona Beach is a beautiful place to spend your holidays with family. A new management plus a fresh renovation has transformed Daytona into a great destination for tourists. Here you can have lots of activities, as it includes three pools, volleyball, shuffleboard plus other organised fun and games. Probably it’s not the best hotels, but it is closed to the beach and most of the rooms have sea views. Other thing to keep in mind is that Daytona Beach is one of the few beaches that you can legally drive on. The beach is usually crowded during spring break, but there is a great option beach for your holiday.
Excepting there three beaches, there are plenty more to check out like Pier House 60 Marina Hotel at Clear water Beach, one of the most vivid beach resorts situated on Florida’s West Coast or Pine and Palms, Islamorada and other great beaches with an affordable pricing.