We just returned from our 2nd visit to the St. Clements, having previously been there at Thanksgiving. We were very surprised to find there were more people staying there this time in January than in November. Overall, we were pretty pleased with a couple exceptions: 1. The elevators had problems this time with the doors not staying closed and very slow in opening. One time the elevator came to our floor, but the door never opened and it returned to the lobby. We also noticed that one of the elevators seemed to stay on the 7th floor. 2. When we stayed in this same condo before, we noticed that the coat rack behind the main door was very loose and almost out of the wall. That had never been fixed, so we reported it not once but twice this time. It was never fixed while we were there. 3. Parking was very tricky this time on the outside level with more cars being parked there. If you are very careful, you can manage it, but it takes some maneuvering of your vehicle. Overall, however, we still had a wonderful stay. Most of the front desk people are very nice. The unit we stayed in has some "wear and tear", but the view from the extra wide window and balcony is incredible.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All units are individually owned. Certain amenities (fitness center, business center, etc) are shared facilities at our sister properties next door. (The Caravelle). Each unit in this building is individually owned, therefore decor and interior upgrades will vary by unit. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- St. Clements Hotel Myrtle Beach