Hotel Style | Freehand Miami Hostel

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Have you heard or seen these boutique-style hostels popping up around?  Thanks to Poppytalk reader, Viet, we now have.  Like the Drift hotel we featured in the Baja of Mexico last week, the young independent traveller is looking for a new concept of stylish and welcoming accommodations with much more affordable prices than regular hotels. Like the one we're featuring today: Freehand Miami, a reinvention of the historic Indian Creek Hotel, one of Miami Beach’s classic 1930s Art Deco buildings. Loads of style here, with it's option of private and shared accommodations, even a bungalow for a more group option.  The hostel offers Saturday morning yoga sessions, Sunday Bar-b-ques and the odd art class.  The place has a nice casual decor, perfect for a little hostel party atmosphere.  Let's take a look!  All photo's from Freehand's site gallery taken by the hostel itself, along with some of their guests.





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Centrally located at the corner of 28th Street and Indian Creek Drive, Freehand Miami is only a few blocks from popular destinations like the Miami Beach Convention Center, Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road Mall and all the dining and nightlife of South Beach.

Visit them online at thefreehand.com

Jan Halvarson

2 comments:

Viet Nguyen said...

Oh wow, that was quick. I'm glad that you liked my suggestion :)

vintage honeybee said...

My husband and I were just wondering about hostile's. Keep these posts coming. This sounds like my way to travel. Thanks.

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