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We have been coming to River Wilderness since the late 1970's... And we are never disappointed for a perfect place to relax, unwind, and enjoy the view!
You never know what you'll be seeing from your vantage point on the screened in porch overlooking Lake...More
If you're looking for bright lights and nightlife, Everglades City is *not* the place to be. If you want Hilton Hotel service and quality, River Wilderness is *not* the place to be. However, if you want a quiet place to kick back, maybe do some...More
Response from Myrna B, Board Member at River Wilderness Waterfront Villas, EvergladesResponded 2 weeks ago
Very well stated! You nailed it on the head with your review. In the wilderness is where we are located, laid back, quiet and homey like grandma's house. Thank you for your review, I hope you can come and visit us again.
This place is NOT the Hilton. It's in the middle of the Everglades, yes the décor is a bit aged, but that's not why I stayed there. There is a terrific view of the river, the screened porch was fantastic, and there are tarpon, and...More
We paid in advance for two nights but left after one. There are so many things wrong here it's hard to know where to start. The office is only open 12-5 six days/week, so your room is left open for you with a note on...More
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Response from Myrna B, General Manager at River Wilderness Waterfront Villas, EvergladesResponded 23 January 2018
Sorry your stay was bad. You did not complain about anything when you told me you were leaving for other plans. Hours are from 12 to 6, not 5. There was also a note on the door, that if you needed assistance, a number to...More
All I can say is the hurricane should of swept this place away! Me and my family stayed here for an evening during our trip to Everglade City. Which is a scarce and run down town hardly to be described as a ‘City’, the derelict...More