Hollywood Beach Suites, Hostel and Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHollywood Beach Suites, Hostel and Hotel
This was an incredible hostel! I stayed in a 12 bunk coed dorm room. They had two bathrooms that were very clean. A room attendant came in every morning and swept up the sand and sanitized and cleaned everything (not spic and span but enough). When you check in you get new sheets, a pillow, and a towel. The common room and deck were very clean and welcoming, sporting a tv, board games, books, free bike rentals (one being a tandem), free foam surfboard rentals, free to use bbqs and smokers, kitchen with fridge, free coffee, and clean sofas all over! It was always kept air conditioned in the room, with plenty of cool people around to keep you company. The room stayed booked and it is about 60 yards from a beautiful beach location. The staff was great as well. Everyone was very accommodating. It was also located next to a sweet little taco shop that had great deals ( I suggest the beef nachos for just $6.50). They have happy hour after 10:00 pm :D There is also a liquor store right next store and it's right in the middle of a happening boardwalk with about two dozen bars and restaurants.
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