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We stayed at the Starlux for 2 nights in October. The facilities are clean and the staff is helpful. We loved the retro flintstones-like decor! The 4 of us rented the airstream trailers, 2 people in each one. Both had 6'2 tall guys and they...More
We stay at the Starlux twice per year for events we attend in Wildwood. The staff are so accommodating. Last weekend we stayed and I left my purse in a main meeting area. The night watch person found it and got it back to the...More
We extended our trip to Wildwood with a one-night stay at the Starlux. The location and "Jetson-Like" decor attracted us to check it out. We typically have stayed several blocks up towards the middle pier but found that this location had a lot to offer....More
My friend and I spend a weekend night (usually the weekend before Thanksgiving) at the StarLux every year. It began a few years ago with a terrific discount offer. I believe it was through TravelZoo. We enjoyed our stay so much that we have now...More
The old adage is so true with the Starlux. It looks absolutely beautful from the exterior, but once inside it is an average hotel at best.
I've been going to Wildwood for over 30 years now and have stayed in a variety of places, but...More
Although I don't have a definitive answer, one would logicaly assume the answer would be "yes". You're technically an adult, and legally responsible for your actions under the law. The only thing that might prevent you from... More
Although I don't have a definitive answer, one would logicaly assume the answer would be "yes". You're technically an adult, and legally responsible for your actions under the law. The only thing that might prevent you from checking in would be your not meeting their credit requirements. If you have a valid credit card, are not flagged as a prior problem customer, or doing something at the time of check-in that would raise a red flag, you should be as welcome as any other paying customer would be. If you aren't, raise holy-hell! After all, you're old enough to be shipped halfway around the world and risk being killed in military action.