Nice hotel. The deals they were offering were no clearly specified on Travelocity, but good cost nonetheless
The hotel was very clean the staff was amazing you cross one street and you're on the board walk everything except the room size was great we paid 171 a night plus tax so a little pricey for the room size but you're paying to be so close to the beach. I would certainly stay again if we could get ...
I liked the quietness of the room despite the proximity to the BWI airport. This is a good value for an overnight stay.
For the price, we were satisfied. The hotel is old and outdated, but it was clean, the staff was friendly and attentive and they provide a decent complementary hot breakfast (eggs, home fries, sausage patties, waffles, cereal, apples, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and juice.) They provide a free shuttle ...
Have stayed here many times, although this time rooms were noticably smokey & musty smelling. The first room was totally unacceptable and the service person changed us to a better smelling room although it was not as clean smelling as rooms in years past.
I really like how very clean the rooms are. Even though pets are welcomed at this location, there was no indication in the rooms. I have stayed at this property a couple of times now and housekeeping is a bit unreliable. They have walked right into the room while the do no disturb was displayed, ...
Unfortunately due to flight coming in late I was not able to stay at hotel.
The accommodations were fine. I just stayed one night. The pillows are awful!! They are small and square. Who can sleep with a square pillow? The parking is terrible. I came in late and there was no where to park. Everyone is parked on curbs. I had to double park, go inside and ask where I could ...
Fresh, clean and roomy accommodations. A bit off the beaten track but worth the extra few miles. Would definitely stay here again.
All the front desk staff are frowning. I think they are all stressed out about their jobs! They are not happy!
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