Take a look at the best party hotels in San Pedro.
With rock bottom rates, a lively atmosphere, and an excellent beachfront location in San Pedro, Sandbar Beachfront Hostel & Restaurant is an excellent pick for backpackers and budget travelers. Sandbar has two 12-person mixed dormitories and several private rooms that accommodate up to three people. Private rooms have their own private bathrooms and a shared balcony, while dorms have shared single-sex bathrooms. All units have air-conditioning and locked storage compartments. Sandbar’s on-site bar and restaurant is a popular spot, where guests and other young San Pedro travelers like to hang out -- though some guests complain that the bar gets a little too rowdy at night. Sandbar has a large pier with lounge chairs, umbrellas, and ocean access, and it's within walking distance of all San Pedro has to offer. It’s worth checking rates at Pedro’s Hotel, which has a similar atmosphere and comparable amenities, but it's father from town and isn’t on the beach.
Pedro's Hotel is a well-known destination in San Pedro for budget-minded, party-hearty travelers. If it feels like a hostel, that's because it partially is. The non-hostel half of the property is located across the street and offers 31 low-priced private rooms: two twins, or two twins pushed together to form a king. Rooms are as barebones as it gets, but many guests who stay here are just looking for a cheap crash pad after hitting the town. The staff -- mainly, Peter (a memorable British fellow who owns the joint) -- rents golf carts, bikes, and diving gear during the day, and tends bar by night. This is when the sports pub springs to life, and there's plenty of good pizza, drinks (ahem, Jagermeister), live music and conversation to be had before stumbling into bed.
The beachfront Corona del Mar Hotel & Apartments is a no-frills value property about a mile south of San Pedro Town. It's ideal for budget travelers who don’t mind dated decor, a small pool, or a skimpy breakfast. Rooms run the gamut, from tiny studios to large apartments with multiple bedrooms, bathrooms, and full kitchens. But all suffer from mismatched and dated furnishings, though most have flat screen TVs and new appliances. Freebies include breakfast, Wi-Fi, and a daily rum-punch happy hour. The property's small pool is awkwardly wedged in between two buildings, however the manmade beach is neatly kept. An on-site sports bar is popular with guests and locals, but it can get rowdy. Travelers looking for completely quiet surroundings might prefer Mata Rocks Resort, which is pricier, but has nicer rooms and amenities.