We stayed in a one bedroom condo. for the price you would have thought that it included central heat and air. since our stay was during late august, the lack ...
We stayed in a one bedroom condo. For the price you would have thought that it included central heat and air. Since our stay was during late August, the lack of central air was noticeable. There was a standalone A/C unit in the living room making enough noise to drown out the TV at normal volume. There was no A/C in the bedroom but rather a ceiling fan with two speeds - summer breeze and hurricane.
On the brighter side, the condo was large enough for 4 adults with a nice dining area, full size kitchen, and 2 bathrooms. Our stay coincided with the "Mountain Rocks" festival. Lots of local food and drink vendors and good music. Lots of good places to eat within walking distance or a short drive away.
I would stay here again.
On arrival, its a great looking place, and everything under the sun is walking distance. the staff at the front desk are friendly and helpful.
the rooms are very large ...
On arrival, its a great looking place, and everything under the sun is walking distance. The staff at the front desk are friendly and helpful.
The rooms are very large and well appointed (this is easily the best part of this property).
The walls are thin and sound travels through them as if they were curtains. When housekeeping vacuums the hall, you would believe its right at the foot of your bed. Conversations in the hall are heard in the rooms with astonishing clarity, and noises from the rooms are heard just as clearly in the hall (Keep this in mind unless you're a big fan of 'high-fives' or dirty looks from your neighbors in the morning).
Food at all the restaurants in 'The Village' was over priced and very dull, with the Mexican place setting a new standard for chef's without a spice cabinet, very disappointing (margarita was good though). An exception was the little pizza place there, I have forgotten the name of it. It is very pricey, but at least it was a really good pizza.
So if image is everything, but quality doesn't much matter to you, this place is what you want. Price is ok, room is spacious, staff is good. Nothing else stands out, and I will not be staying at this property again. There are too many better options that are 30% less expensive, and some are only a block away.
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