With a history dating back to the 1930s, when Chicago gangster Al Capone ran a gambling operation here, the Spanish Mediterranean-style Clay Hotel proves staying in Miami doesn't have to break the bank. Offering clean, decent accommodations at affordable rates, the Clay's dorm-style hostel attracts a young, budget-conscious crowd (many from Latin America) with its rock-bottom prices. But its the guest rooms with private baths, TVs, phones, AC units and mini-fridges that suit tourists best. Granted, the rooms are small. But they're also clean and the hotel maintains a complete kitchen and makes laundry facilities available to its guests.