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I booked 3 nights at this hotel through booking.com. Lets get started about this hotel. After reading all the reviews about this place I almost didn't want to bring my family hear at all but I'm glad we did stay hear. I first had booked...More
You know the feeling you get when showering the filth off after a long day at the beach. This is the upside of this hotel. You will have the most refreshing shower of your life when you get home. The place smells. My daughters plugged...More
Bathroom was dirty toilet was full of something i prefer not to say. flushed toilet was clogged up had to keep using plunger all weekend. Breakfast was ok ran out of stuff staff arguing in lobby where we eat breakfast.
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US$77 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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