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i Was always happy, Davon was Great with me. Staying there for least 10 years 4 times
a summer, last week of Sept at the Sahara.The housekeeping Gals were always nice
always asking if i needed any thing.I will be looking to stay at the...More
I must say I was quite impressed with the Tides overall experience. The rooms were definitely roomy enough for a family of four, considering we only needed a place to sleep because who stays in their room when at Beach. The rooms were clean and...More
We booked online and there's a cancellation charge so we stayed. The room smells very musty and might even be moldy. The kitchenette has a world tiniest coffee pot which was dirty. A two burner stove, full size frig which WAS clean. There's one frying...More
I recently stayed at the Tides this past weekend. We got room 311 3rd floor. The room was clean and the bathroom had stocked towels and toilet paper for our 2 night stay. There was not a loud or noisy crowd staying at the motel....More
My family and I stayed at the Tides Motel(side building) for 3 nights. The location is great and we enjoyed the full size fridge along with the stove. Decent size table and a
coffee table too. Every staff person I encountered(front desk and housekeepers) were...More
The Tides is about 40 blocks from the boardwalk. It's 3 miles, starts at the inlet and ends at 28th street. There is a bus you can ride all day for 3. Umbrellas are 15 per day, chairs are 7 Its cheaper to buy them at Walmart... More
The Tides is about 40 blocks from the boardwalk. It's 3 miles, starts at the inlet and ends at 28th street. There is a bus you can ride all day for 3. Umbrellas are 15 per day, chairs are 7 Its cheaper to buy them at Walmart or Sunsations when you get there.