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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Edgewater Avalon
The hotel is right on the waterfront, so it's in the middle of everything. We stayed in the back room, next to a little patio. The second bed was in an alcove which, when the closet door was open, was effectively a separate room (with a view to a small interior patio with a tiny fountain). Only complaint was the wifi, which didn't quite reach our room. Very accommodating staff (offered to let us switch rooms for the wifi).
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