A friendly Spanish-style stay in the heart of local nightlife..
International students and families mingle in this two-story ,1925 Spanish-style village that was originally built for local artists and musicians. It's listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Pink-and-white striped window canopies, wrought-iron balconies, terra-cotta tiled floors and intimate patio cafe add to its romantic ambience. Multilingual staff will help with tours, dinner reservations or trips to Lincoln Road Mall. One of the most popular nightclubs on South Beach is directly across the street; the beach is two blocks away.
Fifty guest rooms include dorms, economy rooms with shared baths or family accommodations with private baths. All have telephones, voice mail, ceiling fans and refrigerators. Many face colorful Española Way, which often hosts open-air markets and street fairs with live music. On the first floor are a bar and a couple of reasonably priced restaurants.
Simple and Charming. I just spent a week at the Clay. The rooms are small, but, you are not paying for a large room. They are very clean and offer a great value. If you enjoy spending your travel budget on expensive hotels then you should stay somewhere else, but, if you like the convience of being in the center of the action without breaking the bank stay at the Clay! Many fine shops, clubs and restaurants are only steps away.
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