Pets not allowed.
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Based on 796 reviews
I want to thank the Front Desk Agent - Carlos Torres who helped me have the quietest place in a room of 8 beds for women. Very good attitude and a lot of attention to requests. Unfortunately, there are no dishes, not even cups or glasses in the kitchen. Yet, the kitchen is large and beautiful. There is a really nice pool with comfortable sunbeds around, yet there are no beach towels (you need to go downstairs, request and ask for one, and the path is long). There are many showers but they are not washed regularly and cannot be closed from within. I opened a door and saw someone taking a shower. It's hard to guess whether the shower is available. I had a business trip so it was very fast a random choice. I was shocked to see people drinking and smoking around - but this is what South Miami Beach is like at night. People party and make noise, police cars stand around all alert. It would be great if there was so information where to buy food in order to cook it in the kitchen. Or maybe some mini-store to get them. Washing-mashine I used wasn't working, I lost quarters (which I couldn't change there either). I would need to run the store 15-20-minutes walk from the place to buy detergent, but I was very busy. So it was a disaster. Someone gave me soap to wash my dress. I see the good intentions and a good kind staff. Some new people are even guided around the place. But there are so many small things that are crucial but neglected. However, I was very happy with my room and the workplace in the kitchen, the pool and the beach that is a few minutes walk.
What’s going on here?
Good location, facilities were once great but urgently need serious overhaul and update. Toilet stalls, locks broken. Showers: No water, almost daily. No hot water, daily. Yet unattended. floods from showers, frequent. No toilet paper, often. Requests for sheets and towels, unheeded. Microwaves, often unusable. Basic kitchen utensils, gone. Frequently, not even paper plates, cups, plastic knives and forks. Desperate guests trying to improvise. Cleanliness, not here. Too few plugs for electronics—and many do not work. A member of a South American parliament sat on the floor to charge cellphone. A better option perhaps is camping. Reports of not refunding deposits. Reports of class and ethnic issues Not to mention up to 33% differences in rates reported.
Amazing location, very clean, AWESOME staff
I am a female solo traveler and I stayed at Posh for one night. I hadn't stayed at a hostel in years, but decided to choose a hostel over a hotel so that I could meet people to hang out with. It's like making instant friends. Everything was clean and the locking drawer at the bottom of the bed kept all my belongings super secure. The staff is top notch. Carlos at the front desk is super friendly and accommodating to anything you may need. Evans the bell hop kept my bag safe before check-in and even held my bag after check-out while I explored the area before heading to the airport. The bartender at the free open bar happy hour (which is amazing btw) was lots of fun! Gregori the general manager runs a really smooth ship, and has an eye for placing great staff. Next time I travel to Miami I will DEFINITELY be staying here again.
Amazing week, good experience for 3 people!
the location is magnificent just 3 blocks from the beach just one block from oceandrive, I think we was lucky to be with nice people sleeping in the nearby cabins!, cuz we made good friendships. Unfortunately, the hostel hosted a degenerate man who was walking around at midnight naked in the rooms trying to flirt. Fortunately I informed the administration and that individual was discharged in less than 15 minutes! I was surprised at the efficiency of the hostal! With that kind of situations!. The hostal always has free activities such as free mojitos in front of the pool or professional photos in the sunsets of South Beach. but the best is free and unlimited drinks between 7-8pm every night. just leave a good tip to the bartenders except the one who attended me on Sunday she was very rude!. If you want to buy a drink outside the hostel you have to do it before 8pm unless you want to spend a lot of money paying after the happy hour! (4,5/5) definitely recommended!
Great hostel for budget traveler
This was a great hostel. The happy hour is fun and a good way to become friendly with others. It was not too loud. Location was great very close to south beach activities and beach. The pool area was comfortable for lounging and quiet. People of all ages stay in this hostel. The shower water was not reliably hot all the time as other reviews have stated. One note that I didn't see in other reviews: there were no outlets by the beds!!! For this, I would recommend bringing a charging battery charger that you can leave plugged in at night, and use it to charge your phone during the day, so you don't have to leave your phone out of your sight when sleeping to charge. My friend made sure upon arrival that we got beds in a corner/nook and it made it feel like we had our own room within the communal room. It felt private which was awesome. Nice that they provide towels. I had to ask for a fitted sheet, it wasn't in my bedding drawer. I like how big the lockable drawer is. If I was coming to Miami solo/with another person on a budget, I would stay here again.