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condo Vs. Hotel

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Hiram,Ga
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condo Vs. Hotel

We have always stayed at a hotel this will be our first stay at a condo . We will be staying at Calypso,our question is what do we need to bring ? Linens, towels ,hairdryer, soap, shampoo, food , coffee pot etc . This is like moving.

Georgia
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Everything should be supplied in the condo. Anything you need during the week food, toilet paper ect. you can buy at the stores there.

indiana
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We pack just as if were staying in a hotel except when I get there I go to the grocery store to buy our food for the week. They provide towels, sheets and pots and pans you don't have to take anything like that.

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If you rented through an individual owner, you can doublecheck with them but normally the kitchen is all stocked(dishes, pots & pans, eating & cooking utensils) and towels & linens are also provided. You will have to furnish all your personal products like shampoo, etc. Normally there is a roll of TP in each bathroom but you will probably have to buy more TP, kleenexes, paper towels, trashbags, aluminum foil, etc.

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