Baymont Inn & Suites Georgetown/Near Georgetown Marina
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Baymont Inn & Suites Georgetown/Near Georgetown Marina
Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... us Mr. Heater #2 as our original version died back in Waccamaw River. Ron, Maggie and I went to the River Room for lunch. While there, Ron asked if there was anything else he might help with. Since I had spent the morning changing oil and filters, adjusting belt tensions on the engine and other items on the 100 hr checklist, I asked if he could check out the primary fuel filter. I have a difficult time getting myself into the locker where this ...
... hemlines below their knees. I’m uncomfortable eating in the cafeteria, and I don’t enjoy spending my lunch in the restrooms, which reek from the smell of cigarettes. I miss my friends in MI. They are open minded, friendlier, and more hip than my southern classmates.
My first class is History. The classroom door is shut, and my classmates are crowded in front of the door looking at a piece of paper taped to the door.
... action...I tell ya, the first time you come across a bird with a four-plus foot wingspan swooping over your head as your biking home you remember it vividly...
In any case, after a wonderful few hours roaming around the great outdoors you work up an appetite, so we meandered over the the historic Seewee Diner for what was, hands-down, the best snack of hush puppies I have ever had...
June 2012. DeBordieu, SC Annual Moore week at DeBordieu. Terry and Cody came for a few days. Tommy and family were there for the whole week. Flip, Lisa, and Esther were, too. The week was highlighted by niece Lauren's marriage to Cosmin Buruga. What a surprise!
... t too heavy to start and the temperature was still comfortable, so I can’t complain. Instead of sitting in the rain, the boys retired to belowdecks. A while later, as I was navigating through another turn in the waterway, I hugged the starboard buoy a bit too much apparently. I noticed the depth gauge go from 15 feet down to 12 and then to 10. I quickly tried to correct, but at the speed we were going...thwaloomp... Luckily, like ...