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I have stayed here twice with my husband and son. Once when he was a year and once when he was three. I like how the rooms have a kitchenette- lowers cost spent on food during trip and also much easier when you have a...More
My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights and enjoyed the property very much. We stayed in an efficiency which had a kitchenette with a 2 burner stove top, mini fridge, and microwave with pots, pans, plates, etc. The king bed was the most...More
Booked this hotel for a two night stay in June 2017. I was looking for a hotel that had a distinct “retro” feel that reminded me of places my grandparents would stay at in the 70’s. I found a lot of good reviews on the...More
We stayed at the Bon-Aire during a quick trip over from Orlando. Our one bedroom suite was large enough for my husband and two older girls (22 & 15). The girls took the queen beds and my husband and I slept on the twin couches...More
First time staying on the premises but we have visited there often. It has been remodeled and very accommodating. Parking is sometimes an issue but usually not if you are staying there. They have the greatest tiki bar(Sandbar Bills) with great drinks, good bartenders, and...More
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The resort has parallel 2 story structures that face each other, so yes there are a few rooms where the window faces the ocean, but none of the rooms have actuall private patios/balconies with lounge chairs or tables. as... More
The resort has parallel 2 story structures that face each other, so yes there are a few rooms where the window faces the ocean, but none of the rooms have actuall private patios/balconies with lounge chairs or tables. as they are the walkways to the various rooms. But the common area below have lounge chairs that face the ocean.