There’s a new hotel on Miami Beach, and you may actually be able to afford it

Generator Miami, which has 13 properties n European capitals including London, Amsterdam, Madrid, Paris and Rome, will showcase three food and beverage venues and 24/7 programming.

A new hotel has just opened on Miami Beach – and you are actually going to be able to afford it.

Will you want to stay there? Check out these photos and decide.

Generator Miami is now open at 3120 Collins Ave. The project, overseen by Argent Design, offers up 300 beds in 105 rooms, with an eye toward blending design, low prices and engaging social environments. And when we say low prices, we mean low prices: opening rates start at $20 for beds in shared accommodations and $95 for private rooms with ensuite bathrooms.

The concept is popular in Europe: Generator reports that the repeat-stay rate for guests is 45 percent.

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Here’s what the hotel looks like:

The pool area

The pool is the main “social focus” for Generator (the beach, for the record, is about 100 feet away). This is the first Generator property with a pool.

Private rooms

The Premium King is a traditional room.

Shared rooms

Six-bed dormitory style rooms are available, too.


Generator Miami’s director of bar and restaurant concepts is Gui Jaroschy, who’s best known for launching Broken Shaker. So expect really creative cocktails.

Public rooms

Expect the unexpected in the public areas. Sure, you can play pool – but you may also join in yoga classes, rap battles and mixology demos.

The Pillow Room

Or you can just chill in this cozy spot with a view of the pool.

Generator Miami

Where: 3120 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

For reservations click here