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The room was small but cozy, very affordable and very close to the beach. The pool was being renovated but who needs a pool a block from the beach. Very friendly service! Got lots of great beach tips from the housekeeper and was advised of...More
Thank Lacey M
Response from John M, General Manager at Atlantis InnResponded 6 days ago
Have never written a review before on TripAdvisor but I felt like I needed to. This inn is not worth the money. There are two nice things about this inn: great location and you can use the pools of nearby hotels. That’s about it.
2 Thank YWT22
Response from atlantisinntybee, Hotel Manager at Atlantis InnResponded 20 June 2018
Thank you for your review and staying at the Atlantis Inn.
We appreciate your feedback. Please allow me to offer our apologies for the inconveniences that impacted your stay.
Your observations has been taken up by a team for verification and necessary actions....More
I cannot recommend that anyone visit Tybee Island or let alone spend their tourism dollars there. I've waited over 30 days to make sure I can be objective in writing this review because I was so furious during my visit! The staff of the Atlantis...More
2 Thank Mike A
Response from atlantisinntybee, Webmaster at Atlantis InnResponded 13 June 2018
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback on TripAdvisor. We have shared your nice comment to our staff.
We regret to note that your stay had not been very pleasant due to the lapse in parking and Maintenance. We sincerely...More
The bed was clean and the location was right for us. However, the rooms are tiny and the shower had a mildewed mat in it. If you are not picky this place can work, but if you are used to a Hilton then forget it.
We booked reservations at a hotel in Historic Savannah but decided to drive out a day early and get a day in at the beach. 7 hours later, my 12 year old daughter and I get to Tybee Island, it’s dark and there are limited...More