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10'x15'... the past 5 years, 2 bedrooms and 4 floors of our home is now crammed into a one cinder-block cell, the mail has been stopped (doubt I'll miss it) and tenants who will be kindly paying our mortgage for the next 12months are now moved in and we're officially "homeless".
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Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Ocean City
We just got back from a 5 day visit to Ocean City. (July 6th-July 10th)I was a little concerned after reading some of the reviews on this site regarding this hotel. However, we really enjoyed the hotel!
This Holiday Inn needs major renovation. The exterior has been recently painted. As you enter the lobby, it's as if you have entered a bowling alley. The smell is the same. The indoor pool is awful. It appears there is mold on the floor. It's in the back in a furnace like room, just disgusting. The elevators are slow and creaky. The lights on the buttons don't work well. I had to keep hitting the down button before it lit up. We went on short notice so we took a chance. What a mistake. What is really irritating is that the rate is the same as the new Holiday Inn on 17th Street. The AAA website rates it three diamonds which is the same as the new one on 17th Street. They need to downgrade it to 1.5 at most. This one does take AAA where the new one doesn't so it's 10% less. Should be 50% less. The outdoor pool is tolerable at best, but small. The room was clean, so if you want just a $250 room and everything else horrible, it's ok. Well, the bathroom was not actually very clean. It had mold around the tile and floor caulking. There was rust on the drop ceiling supports. There was a sprinkler in the bathroom that was crud covered. Also, the toilet ran and the shower water would go from ice cold to scalding hot. Sounds like 30 year old plumbing to me. You had to keep adjusting the water temperature plus the water pressure was low. You can use the facilities (pool, etc) at the new one on 17th St. You just have to ask the person at the front desk for a card to show the people at the 17th location. So that's what we did. This place needs to be torn down and a new one built in it's place or major renovations and they should lower the rates and the rating. Also, when we checked out we couldn't find a luggage carrier. The bellboy wouldn't give us one, said there weren't any available. He had one, but wouldn't let us borrow it. We carried our own bags. There's mostly college kids working here, no real adults. Don't stay here, just don't. I would have added photos but they are over 2MB.
Decent Lodging and Good Location
Stayed here for 2 nights during SunFest. Check in could have been smoother (clerk initially was confused about my rate, but was polite). Room was clean and had southern view. Location helpful for avoiding some traffic -- take the Rt 90 exit to northern Ocean City and it's only a couple of blocks away. Room had a kitchenette and a small, but recently renovated bath. I didn't eat at the hotel -- there was an excellent restaurant right across the street (Galaxy?)
A great 4 days at the Holiday Inn Oceanfront
We just returned from a wonderful time at the Holiday Inn Oceanfront in Ocean City Md from Sept 20 - 24, 2004. We spent early mornings and evenings enjoying the great view of the poolside area and the beach from our balcony. We enjoyed many hours on the beach just a short walk from the hotel. The poolside grill was great for a late afternoon lunch. The room was clean and pleasant, and the furnishings appeared to be recently updated. Parking was very convenient.
I have stayed at the Holiday Inn Oceanfront on 67th Street in Ocean City many times the last time the third week in July. While the elevators and the interior hallways are a bit rough it shows the effects of many guests staying at the resort while bringing in sand and beach toys. I agree that the hallways and elevators could be upkept a little better but the rooms are excellent. The kitchenette rooms had new cabinets and applicances the bathroom was immaculate and the furniture brand new. The only thing lacking in the rooms was a safe for valuables. Other than that we love staying at the resort because it is right on the beach, has a lovely pool, great snack bar, and is away from the maddening nosie and crowds of the boardwalk. The on-site restaurant seemd pricy so we always eat on Coastal highway which offers any type of restaurant that you could imagine. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
I would have rather slept on the beach
This Hotel is absolutely vile !!
It is in such dire need of renovation it lets down the whole Holiday Inn chain ( of which I am a frequent user )
At least the shocking pink exterior looked as if it had been painted recently. However, once you get inside it is a different story.
This is the dirtiest,dingiest,drab and uninviting Hotel I have ever stayed in.
It looks as if it hasnt been cleaned in 30 years, let alone decorated
Once we got inside our room and were greeted with a blocked toilet (that the staff couldn't fix ) We had seen enough and checked out early.
Holiday inn at 17th street
A bit pricey for this time of year, $147 average for 3 nights in March. We would reccomend it for no than 2 couples as there is plenty of privacy. The service throughout was exceptional and all the help was very attentive. The lounge was exceptional with great service and good entertainment. We are thinking about making this an annual event.
I have to agree that this hotel is in desperate need of renovation.
While the Holiday Inn in on the boardwalk looks very nice this hotel is awful. It's old, run down, and it smells. We checked out early rather than live through any additional nights there.
Loved the Holiday Inn Oceanfront Suites
Our stay at the Holiday Inn Oceanfront Suites was nothing short of fabulous. Beautiful rooms, great view, terrific lazy river pool and hot tub. The rooms were very clean and beautifully decorated. They even washed our coffee cups! This place is a dream....fully equipped kitchen and pool towels provided daily. Fresh fruit was available every morning in the lobby. We're making reservations for next year. The staff was very friendly and courteous. You may pay a little more, but it's DEFINITELY worth it.
In desperate need of a renovation.
Although the staff is very friendly here, we were not happy with our accommodations. For nearly $300 a night, we had a lovely view, but it was obvious that these rooms hadn't been renovated in 30 years. There was a giant mold stain on the ceiling. The harvest gold fixtures and hideous shower curtains were a bit depressing, so we checked out early.
The restaurant (Reflections) was absolutely horrible for breakfast. We had oatmeal that was so dry, it was inedible. The oatmeal and fruit for two was $24 and there are no windows at all - very ugly brick. Yuck.