Affordable, clean, fully furnished Miami Studio in Historic Little Havana with WIFI. 5-10 minutes from South Beach, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, & Miami International Airport. Only one and a ½ blocks from World Famous Calle Ocho, in the center of Miami's Historic Cuban District, this studio is located just a few steps away from cafes, shops, restaurants, museums, Cuban cigar boutiques, and art galleries, and a 5 minute walk from the Domino Park, The Tower Thearter, Cubaocho, and the Casa de Tula. Perfect for the single traveler or couple who want to have a cultural experience very different from the typical hotel room.
Situated in the absolute heart of Miami between Calle Ocho and 15 avenue, this studio features new furnishings, flat screen TV, gated and secured parking for one vehicle, yard, and sleeping accommodations for a maximum of one to two. It's a 5 minute walk to our mouth watering restaurants, cafes, and sightseeing. It's a 8-10 minute drive to Coconut Grove nightlife and shopping, the Miami Arena, the Adrian Arshte Center, Merrick Park shops, and the beaches and the exciting clubs of famous South Beach. You can easily experience everything of what Miami has to offer without being confided to one side of town.
Walk around Calle Ocho and enjoy art films, art galleries, poetry readings, learn Spanish, or just watch the old pros at game of dominos. Enjoy our mouth watering dishes and finish it up with the wake you up on the spot Cuban Coffee while watching roosters roaming around.
Designated as the official Latin Quarter by city of Miami in 1984, the area holds the 'Cultural Friday' festival the last friday of each month in Calle Ocho, as music fills the streets, drawing large, diverse crowds from 13 ave to 17 ave, which is lined with art galleries, cuban nostalgia stores, music venues and restaurants. Visitors and locals alike get to enjoy the folklore of an area which holds onto its Cuban identity despite the influx of many immigrants from Latin America.
It's like a lost Cuba where modern spaces coexist with the rich culture and folklore that make Little Havana unique. Many of the artists here were originally lured by the area's bohemian charm and location near downtown and Brickell.