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We stoped at the inn of the beachcomber on a family road trip. The inn had advertised indoor pool and hot tub the hot tub was broken the beds were ok but not great. When we first arived we found out that there were movies...More
Unfortunately stayed here 2 nights in a road trip including jet boats.
For $170 a night I assumed there would be climate control and decent wifi here.
No ac in bungalow units which elevated to a temp of around 90 durning day while out even...More
This place had a nice view and was mostly clean, but the room was in bad shape. Huge scrapes and gouges in one of the walls, broken shower head, huge hole in the ceiling, to begin with. I wanted to sleep with the window open,...More
Gross! Mold around the bathtub and sewer pipes in the hallway! There was a roach in the room... The roof has tarps all over it from leaks. The ceiling has damage in the room where water has came through from the roof... Sad the place...More
Beds were new and nice, rest of the place was kinda dumpy, not real clean and the wood beam structure is rotting away. Pool was very cold, Spa looked so dirty I would not get in it. House keeping left a lot to be desired,...More
US$72 - US$117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hmmm, it seems that many of the ground level rooms would be accessible for a handicapped person. In fact, my latest visit was with my friend who is legally blind. We were in a ground floor room,(?107?) right off the parking... More
Hmmm, it seems that many of the ground level rooms would be accessible for a handicapped person. In fact, my latest visit was with my friend who is legally blind. We were in a ground floor room,(?107?) right off the parking lot and had no problems. A wheelchair wouldn't be that much of a challenge in my opinion.