Stayed here on a girls weekend trip. Check in was fairly easy but the man owner wasn't to nice but the female was great. Parking spacesare tight so beware. The room itself was ok. The kitchenette has a few dishes and nice for a couple. The two double beds had a weird wall that didn't go from floor to ceiling separating it. Leaving one with the across blowing right on it and the other with the TV. Beds are stiff and the only plug is directly behind them. The balcony was a nice touch. The bathroom is extremely outdated. It is in need of serious remodel on that part. Our toilet paper holder was broke and we thought the hot water was broke in the shower. You cannot turn the know as far as it will go or you get all cold water. You must turn a little and feel the water you will find the hot water. The price we felt was a little high for what we got paid 425 for three nights. The location is great a street over from the boardwalk, beach access,and wildwoods sign. The pizza place linked with this hotel is pretty good as well and open til 2 am which is a huge plus. Overall it was pretty good the hotel could be updated but for a beach hotel its about the same as everywhere u go. Nothing is ever super fancy. Beware the walls are paper thin and anyone up late or very early you will hear like they are in your own room so bring ear plugs if you must. Also bring another pillow and heavier blanket you will need it. You are not allowed to bring your beach chairs and umbrellas into the room they must stay in your car. Which is nice because who wants to lug them up and down the outdoor staircase everyday.I would only stay here again because of the location but I would be better.
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