Solid midrange option with a pool
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Once known simply as Miami Bungalows, the fact that Miami is now a "resort" highlights its transformation from a few basic huts to what is now strictly a flashpacker to midrange spot.
Replacing the old huts are large and inviting light wood and concrete villas with high vaulted ceilings, tile floors, comfortable beds, wide terraces, modern bathrooms, air-con, fridges and TVs. Similarly equipped but less inspiring are the older white concrete standard bungalows set towards the back of the property, but still within a one-minute stroll of the sand. Apart from a family villa, all of the newer rooms are exactly the same and situated quite close together, with prices rising as you get closer to the beach and a sizeable swimming pool. The local family who runs the place have been at it for a long time, and while the service isn't as personable as some of the newer and more intimate resorts, they do a good job of keeping things clean and friendly. We were offered a sizeable discount if staying three nights or more. Both Ilmare Resort and Clean Beach Resort offer similarly solid midrange rooms with swimming pools at similar rates.
By David Luekens
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.