Avenue Inn & Spa

33 Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 19971, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 33 Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, is near Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, Funland, and Tanger Outlets Rehoboth Beach.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Avenue Inn & Spa Rehoboth Beach

    We love the Avenue Inn!!!

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    I just happened to be browsing readers comments and came across the ones for the Avenue Inn. The last three times we stayed in Rehoboth we stayed at the Inn. We loved everything about the Inn! It had everything we needed for a great vacation. We also had our two small children with us and they were very accomodating to all of us! We felt like we knew Jim and Adele and the many other staff members from the friendliness we received from them. Breakfast was always great in the cheerful breakfast room. We always enjoyed the conversation with other interesting guests. We enjoyed the wine at night and the cookies were a great plus too. Especially to our small boys! Another great plus especially to us with two small children is the beautiful indoor swimming pool and outdoor hot tub. We spent many hours in the pool and with a room across the hall we could go back and forth all day. The location of the Inn was great too! Just a short 1/2 block walk (I think) to the wonderful boardwalk and beach, and the wonderful shopping of Rehoboth is right out the door. I can't sign off without mentioning that having a small refrigerator and microwave in the room was definitely a BIG plus!!! And, the balcony with the nice comfy rocking chairs provides relaxation with nice people watching views of the Rehoboth streets. In closing, I just wanted to say that we have been staying in Rehoboth for about the last 10 years and have found the hotel for us! The Avenue Inn is a great place and we recommend it to everyone!!!!Can't wait to return soon!!!!!!!

    Best In Town

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    My husband and I have been coming to Rehoboth Beach for several years. We have stayed at the Boardwalk Plaza, the Bellmoor, and Atlantic Sands. This year we chose to stay at the Avenue Inn. It is by far the best place to stay at the Inn. From the friendly staff, to the professionalism shown by management, to the cleanliness of the rooms, the Avenue Inn #1 in our eyes. The Indoor Pool is terrific. We'd never seen a stainless steel bottom to a pool. They describe their breakfast as continental - it is more than that. They make an egg casserole that is superb. While we were staying there, we also had a problem with our vehicle. Mr. Powers went way out of his way to help us and get our car running again. When we stay at beach in the future, we will be staying at the Avenue Inn.

    Great Plave

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    My mom, a friend of my moms(Tammy) and I were looking for a good place to stay while at the beach. My mom had never been to Rohobeth beach so I wanted to make sure she had a good time. I couldnt have picked a better hotel then this one. We loved the room. We loved the balcony, it really helped to have it when we needed to dry our towels after a day at the beach. Everything is within walking distance from this hotel. We didnt have to move our car at all. The staff is so friendly and professional. The breakfast in the morning was great. We always counted down the hours until wine and cheese. When we came in for the night there was yummy chocolate chip cookies waiting. Your staff really made us feel like we were at home. We really enjoyed our stay. We will come back again next year!!

    Outstanding Hotel

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    My husband & I have stayed at several upscale hotels throughout the country and many times at rates beginning at $250.00 per night. The Avenue Inn & Spa rooms are perfectly decorated combined with the wine and cheese and the added touch of chocolate chip cookies in front of the lobby fire place make staying at the Avenue Inn a very special place - rates are the best in Rehoboth for all that you receive and the staff is so professional and friendly. We plan to spend more weekends.

    Thank you and keep up the good work.

    Truly the best

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    Recently, my department sent two of us to Deleware for some judicial matters. The trip was planned for three days and two nights. The first night we stayed in what was to be a five star hotel. We were not impressed. So the next day we traveled south to check out some beaches.

    We ended up in Rehoboth Beach, Deleware. The view was outstanding. We decided to stay the night there. While we were walking on their boardwalk we noticed a hotel that looked rather relaxing. So, we chcked it out and it was beautiful inside. The price was more than reasonable and their hospitality exceeded any expectations. We were impressed, from their beautifully decorated rooms, the one of a kind stainless steel indoor swimming pool and the outdoor spa that overlooked the ocean. I have stayed in many hotels through the years, but not one can match Avenue Inn & Spa.

    Avenue Inn and Spa

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    We recently spent a weekend at the Avenue Inn and we were truly impressed. The Avenue Inn is not only the cleanest hotel we've stayed in while visiting Rehoboth Beach; the staff is by far the most professional. All of the their print material states that their goal is to make the Avenue Inn your home away from home....they have surpassed this goal in every way.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Avenue Inn & Spa Rehoboth Beach

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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