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Freehand Miami

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8.0
Excellent
2,374 reviews
+1 305-531-2727

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Free Breakfast
Pool
Fitness Center

Freehand Miami: Boutique Looks On The Beach At A Budget Price

What Does a Freehand Miami Room Include?

The Freehand Miami offers dorm-style shared rooms and private rooms of several sizes. If you're ready to make new friends, stay in one of the clean bunk beds and chat people up in the common areas, or spread out on a king-sized bed in a private room with your traveling companion. Some rooms were renovated in 2012, and you'll find premium bedding and free Wi-Fi no matter which room you choose.

What Amenities/Features are Available?

Enjoy the outdoor pool and barbecue grill, and make use of the on-site computer or 24-hour front desk to help organize your trip. A shared kitchen is a fun place to bump into other guests or save on food by cooking for yourself.

How Much Will a Stay at Freehand Miami Cost?

A bed in a shared dorm-style room starts at $27 a night, while private rooms with king-sized beds start at $93 a night. 

What’s There to Do Nearby?

Like most hotels in Miami, you're a block from the beach and boardwalk, so there's plenty of opportunity to lay out in the sun or just people watch. The hotel is less than two miles from the Lincoln Road Mall, the Art Deco Welcome Center, and the Lummus Park Beach. For some more variety, consider the Miami City Ballet, less than a half-mile away.

What’s the Bottom Line?

Complete with handcrafted design and a communal atmosphere, the hotel offers a great price point to go with its proximity to the beach. If you need to stick to low-budget places, this one's just about perfect. 

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2727 Indian Creek Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33140
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User Highlights
8.0
Excellent
Wellness Area
"Free yoga classes" "Free yoga"
top-notch fitness area, thought 90%.
Pool
"Beach towel for free" "Excellent pool"
Location
"Food market across the street" "Private parking spots"
98% appreciated the closeness to the beach.
Not enough parking facilities, according to 56%.
Amenities
"Excellent lobby" "Well presented facilities"
76% thought the building was wonderful.
92% found the grounds to be nice.
Bar and Beverages
"Bar staff properly" "Amazing cocktails"
Delicious alcoholic drinks, according to 84%.
90% said beverages were too expensive.
Vibe
"Superb atmosphere" "Excellent lobby"
90% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
83% criticized the unstylish hotel.
Service
"Superb staff" "Bar staff properly"
88% found the staff to be very friendly.
74% thought the service was very professional.
Comfort
"Alot of street noise" "Noisy AC"
77% said the beds were comfortable.
52% thought it was too noisy.
Breakfast
"Free continental breakfast" "Good brekfast"
100% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
Room
"AC didn't work properly" "Paper thin walls"
73% complained about the bathroom.
77% said the beds were comfortable.
WiFi
"PC very well" "Good internet"
100% thought it was a great value.

Good to know...

Friendly atmosphere
Pleasant hotel grounds
Bathroom could be optimized
Nice building
Expert Reviews
Lonely Planet
Get your room key – attached to a plastic alligator – and walk through the old Miami lobby, spruced up with souvenir-stand schlock, to your comfortable, earthy-warm digs.
Afar Magazine
what used to be the Indian Creek Hotel has been given a brand new paint job, design AND name. Reborn as a trendy hostel (with a few private rooms when sharing a shower is just going too...
Afar Magazine
Freehand Miami bills itself as “a hostel for a new generation of travelers.” Indeed, a visit here confirms that it’s very far from the stereotypical dingy hostel. In fact, were it not for...
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