Aug 18 - Aug 19
Great location and excellent value for the price. The staff was great, having a light breakfast was convenient and the pool was really nice. Finding the front desk to help you get checked in was the only confusing thing because it was located in the lobby next to the entrance.
Aug 13 - Aug 14
Spent the night here before a snorkel tour in Key Largo and was not disappointed. This is not one of those cookie cutter motels, it has a great unique and charming character. Spent the night swimming in a spring fed pool and hanging out in a tree house. Don't know too many other hotels I can say ...
Aug 11 - Aug 12
Lower Bunk was ok. Upper bunk was VERY difficult for me to get up into bed and VERY dangerous for me to get down from upper bunkbed.
Airport shuttle fraud. Only shuttle was to the hostel. $4 resort fee. Which makes the advertisement false.
Aug 11 - Aug 12
Its a nice place to stay for the price you pay, its not a hotel so u should know that you will share the bedroom with more ppl that you dont know, but the experience its interesting
Location is Great but the building is felty I couldn't breath in the room I think there is a lot of mold .even I was spending only 4 or 5 hours on night sleeping.one day I comeback day time to pick up my sneakers they were doing construction on some of the rooms to clean up the mold.building should ...
Love the Rock Hostel 2 blocks from the beach. Happy staff met a lot of new people. Great location on Collins Ave. Orginally was booked for the Sobe Hoatel. Please dont stay at the Sobe Hostel, they would not honor my teservation through Orbitz. Orbitz moved me to the Rock Hostel and paid for it. ...
Aug 11 - Aug 12
Jorge & Cherie were awesome.... Very hospitable! There is not a pool anymore, although staff said we could use the one a few hotels down. Hot tub was clean and worked well. There was also a pool table, ping pong, and outdoor jenga.
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