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Cons: Bed was extremely hard. Noise was incredible. Room was small, tv remote batteries were taped in. Run, don't walk from this one. I complained about the bed when I check out and she said, "Oh, the foam pad was stolen a couple...More
Great views of the ocean, convenient to Jerry's Jet Boats and Spinners Restaurant. That's all the good I can say about this place. Reminded us of a 1950's hotel right off Daytona Beach. Ancient door locks, the toilet was so dirty, I had to clean...More
this place is a joke.from the beginning I went in to check in & there were 4 different parties in the office & 1 clerk.people were being helped in no particular order.a friendly female came in & asked if I had been helped I said...More
3 Thank 117TomT2013
Response from Courtney T, Front Office Manager at Inn of the BeachcomberResponded 7 September 2013
Man, I am so sorry that you had such a terrible experience with us... I'm not even sure where to start..
As far as the shortage of staff you happened to come during a time we were had just gotten rid of quite a few...More
I will never stay here again. The clowns running this place just don't care and its obvious by the cigarette butts all over the ground, mold everywhere, dirty floors, messy beds, unswept patios, "broken pool", not to mention the whole ash tray FULL of cigarettes...More
This place was horrible, my family and I stayed at the house for a couple of days and I can honestly say this was the worst place I have ever stayed at. For a house that was supposed to fit seven people there were a...More
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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.