We booked a King with a balcony overlooking Rehoboth Avenue, for three nights over the Easter weekend in 2012. We paid one night up front during our booking on line and the rest on arrival...
I would imagine that in the peak season parking here would be a little hectic, as it is underground parking and although you are alloted a space, they are not numbered. There is an elivator from the car park to all floors, but, you can also unload when you park in the temporary parking area along side the reception, only for unloading and booking in.
Booking in was fast and the staff pleasant.
They do encourage 'the fit' to take the stairs during your stay, as there is only one elivator.
The room was spotless, I couldn't fault it and well done to the cleaning lady.
There was a small microwave and a medium size fridge inside the armoir, t.v. work desk and a not so comfy sofa.
I would have given this hotel a 5* had it not been for the fact that there were no hand rails on the walls of the tub/shower in this particular room, don't know about the other rooms, nothing to hang on to as you step in or out when in your 60s/70s/80s.
The breakfast was so weird.....Be prepaired to queue for what is really a very very basic start to your day and if not enough plates you have to wait for their little dish washer to finish, the breakfast was great for kids though... I'm guessing that there maybe about 50/60 rooms in this hotel and only eight breakfast tables, unless there are some more out on a patio but, we were happy to share with another couple on our first morning. For the remainder of our stay, we went for breakfast across the road from the hotel's ramp down to the car park or had brunch out on our travels.
We were there for property hunting and so we never used any of the other facilities in the hotel.
Although chilly being early April but lovely and sunny, those balconies are always in the shade over the high Street, we found the goings on down below in the high street entertaining. I would think these shady balconies would be a God send in the summer.
Total price for a Thursday, Friday and Saturday night in April $467.00
All in all, a nice place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A top rated hotel in Rehoboth for ten years, the staff at The Avenue continues to deliver the best hotel experience in Rehoboth Beach. With our newly renovated lobby, breakfast room, fitness room, business center, and spa in addition to our brand new lounge, no other hotel in Rehoboth offers as much at such a great value. Stay at The Avenue and see why our guests come back again and again making the hotel their own beach house. ... more less
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