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Hotel balconies

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Hotel balconies

When I'm not at the beach or pool and instead in my room, I like to sit out on the balcony for a bloody mary in the morning, cold beer at lunch or an adult beverage at happy hour. Which hotel, in your opinion, has the nicest balcony which can comfortably seat at least two guests?

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My favorite is the Radisson, but once they redo the Tower rooms at the Phoenix, I love those balconies.

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Be advised there are certain units at the Hyatt with French balconies.

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I have stayed in four hotels that have balconies. I would rate Bucuti, Radisson as 1 & 2. #'s 3 & 4 go to Amsterdam Manor and Manchebo Beach Hotel. Bucuti is best, by far, IMO. Cannot comment on any other hotel .My favorite hotel is Radisson.

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I have experienced balconies on The Rad, Hyatt, all 3 Marriott properties on Palm beach, Divi Phoenix and The Ritz Carlton. There is no comparison to the Ritz ocean front balconies. The Rad is set back and has obstructed views if you are on certain floors. However i still enjoyed the garden views with the tropical setting and water features. The view along with the clean wide feel at The Ritz would be my first choice after the Rad. IMHO

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Balconies at Playa Linda are very spacious.

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