Sun-Splashed Miami On A Budget

It might be notorious for its late-night party scene, swanky beach hotels with steeply priced drinks and the beachgoers who wear barely-there $300 swimsuits, but vacationing Miami-style doesn’t have to cost a fortune.

From $3 beers to staying at a hostel for $34 a night to $7 bike rides along the Florida Everglades, visitors looking for deals have lots of options in the area.


If you’re adventurous and on a tight budget, consider staying in a hostel. Rooms can house anywhere between three and 14 travelers, sleeping on bunk beds, from $18 a night per person to about $40, depending on season and room size.

Miami Beach

The Lincoln Road pedestrian mall is perfect for strolls and people-watching. You’ll find dozens of restaurants and shops, along with locals walking dogs or weaving through the crowds on roller blades.

For a quick bite, check out Pizza Rustica (667 Lincoln Road, other locations on Washington Avenue), where you can get a huge slice of gourmet pizza for about $5.

This is also a great spot for club-goers looking for something to fill their stomachs after a few drinks since it’s open from 11 a.m. until 3 or 4 a.m.

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  1. JetPunk says:

    It’s true, Miami Beach can be cheap. The beach is free and there are some decent, cheap hotels and hostels. As long as you don’t stay at fancy hotels and shop at designer stores, it’s not really expensive at all.

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