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Condo was clean and view was great from 1009. The elevators were very quick with little wait time. The oustide spigots didn't work for a couple of days, but they did get them fixed. The outside swimming pool wasn't very big and got pretty crowded....More
Just got here today and it smells terrible of smoke and the place was not cleaned well at all. The amount of money we spent I am very disappointed. Called and cleaned it but cannot get smell out of place. I have fabric sheets all...More
Definitely the dirtiest place I have ever stayed. Furniture is old and dirty. Broken chairs, sit lopsided. Mold in bathroom. Called Elliott and they came and cleaned but still dirty. Ceiling fans have probably not been cleaned since 2015. Floors were awful - kept socks...More
Thank Rhonda M
Response from ElliottRealty, Guest Relations Manager at The AshworthResponded 1 week ago
Hi Rhonda, we are sad to hear things did not go as expected. We are always hard at work to make sure our team delivers on our brand promise and every customer has a positive experience. We will take your feedback into account as we...More
We realized soon this condo had not been taken care of in a while. The smell was horrendous and we went out to buy candles right away. Our bed was not made and sheets were stained. The King mattress was just horrible. Curtains and blinds...More
First of all, the Condo we rented, Ashworth 1206 is first rate. Beds were comfortable, well decorated, view was incredible. The Condo itself is quiet even though you are close to a lot of activity on Ocean Drive and Main Street. From the rental perspective,...More
Response from dmktravels | Reviewed this property |
I would recommend contacting the city of North Myrtle Beach (they have a website that addresses everything from recycling to beach umbrellas)and the Ashworth complex. They will tell you if there is an ordinance or policy... More
I would recommend contacting the city of North Myrtle Beach (they have a website that addresses everything from recycling to beach umbrellas)and the Ashworth complex. They will tell you if there is an ordinance or policy related to floating lanterns.