The Clay Hotel
A friendly Spanish-style homestay 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 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the hotel has been visited by big names ranging from Al Capone to Elton John. Part of the pilot for "Miami Vice" was even filmed here. The pink-and-white striped window canopies, wrought-iron balconies, terra cotta tiled floors and intimate patio café add to its romantic ambience. The multilingual staff will gladly help with planning tours, dinner reservations or shopping trips to Lincoln Road Mall. One of the most popular nightclubs on South Beach is directly across the street, and the beach is two blocks away. Fifty guest rooms include dorms, economy rooms with shared baths or family accommodations with private baths. All rooms have telephones, voicemail, ceiling fans and refrigerators. Many face colorful Española Way, which often hosts open-air markets and street fairs with live music.
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