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I went to this hotel with a large group of friends. I would NOT recommend this for a family or a couple that wants a quiet get away. The pool is public. There are a lot of bachelor and bachelorette parties on the weekends. It's...More
Upon arriving at the hotel we were promptly checked in. Everything was fine until we arrived to our room 396. Heading up to our room the hotel was extremely hot. Before entering our room we looked up and saw spiders and cowebs all over the...More
I read many of the reviews for Islander Inn and was surprised by the negative comments. It is definitely not a top hotel, however it was not a disappointment. When I arrived, the staff was friendly and prompt. I checked in much earlier than the...More
Put in Bay is an awesome time this place was overpriced and very dirty rooms. Pool bars weak but next door has awesome pool and party atmosphere stay there if you can. The staff was slow. Bugs crawling on the floors instead of $380 per...More
Just got back from a bachelorette party in Put In Bay and we stayed at the Islander Inn. Let me start by saying, the hotel is nothing special, very basic, and yes, very dated. But the atmosphere is really fun!! If you are in Put...More
Please I am looking for a place for Saturday night (08/30/14), Do you have a room or place for two (me and my girlfriend)
27 August 2014|
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Response from travelknitmama | Reviewed this property |
As far as I know, pretty much all of the hotels on the island require a 2-night stay minimum during the summer season. I don't know if the smaller inns/b&b's do, you may want to check on some of those.
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