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I wouldn't wish this experience on anyone. We were given our keys to our first room only to walk in to find ants covering the bed and headboard! We asked for another room and were given a second room. We woke up itching to find...More
We stayed here in June of 2016, but after reading more current reviews, I see nothing has changed for the better, so I thought I'd add my own in as I'm planning a future trip back to the island. The hotel has potential, but when...More
Paid too much for the quality of the room, but hey, at least we found a room! We decided to stay spontaneously so we were happy to find a place that was available... they even gave us a toothbrush and toothpaste! It was nice enough......More
Came for labor day weekend. Front desk attendant was very nice and helpful. The bubble gum rally was neat. Room was musty and in definite need of a dehumidifier. There is a lack of lighting in the room itself. More ceiling lighting or lamps. I...More
My wife and I stayed at the Islander Inn for our anniversary; we had a great time on the island, but this hotel was lackluster. It was just before "Christmas in July"; we got the room at a discount (likely because they realized how crowded...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)
26 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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"Try not to stay on the basement level in the 3 floor building. Its musty!"