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LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION NOTHING
It was affordable, and they gave you lots of pillows,and clean towels daily,vaccummed and cleaned the bathrooms daily too which was a plus. Location! Also our room with a view was on the bottom floor and we had many trees and bushes blocking our view of the ocean. Kind of a waste paying the extra $50 for a view and not really getting one...
The location was excellent.
Location - on the beach for easy access & also close to shopping, entertainment, & food for walking You get what you pay for - great deal/price, but def a low end hotel. Small bathroom with no counter space, drop ceiling tiles kept falling on us, elevator is rough, bed linens stained -small/limited parking - no place for big SUV to park/turn around
It had a beautiful back walkway The room was old. The bathtub was clean but had stains and rust spots. There was no hot water. We slept on top of our sheets.
Great location, across street from beach access. Waking distance to boardwalk. Cockroaches on walk ways, though didn't see any in room. Parking is tight. Tub didn't drain properly, no wash cloths, just towels.
Close proximity to the boardwalk and beach access. Full size refrigerator. Friendly staff. Fairly quiet for being so close to hussle and bussle of Myrtle Beach. Cheap rates in comparison to other hotel/motels in the area. Made for a cheap and relaxing vacation. No ice machine for free guest use. Ice bags were offered for sale but, the bagged iced freezer was unfortunately broken during our stay. Local grocery/convenience store was only on the next street over so the ice crisis was avoided easily. No coffee pot in room... Noticed this online and just brought our own.
Not a damm thing.
Location is across the street from the beach and an easy walk to the Boardwalk. Condition of the rooms is run down, with poor lighting.
Donna at the front desk was wonderful. They are infested with cockroaches and try to tell their customers that they are "palm tree bugs". When i googled a "palm tree bug" it came up as a palmetto bug, in other words a giant American cockroach. Palmetto bug just tends to freak people out less apparently. We were there for a week and seen bugs every night we stayed.
Smelled like a fucking ashtray Smelly