Imperial 500 Motel
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My husband and his family have been coming here for almost 30 years. As always the owners are wonderful and do everything they can to make our stay pleasant. The kids love the heated salt water pool and are either there, or across the street in the ocean. Would recommend the Imperial 500 to anyone looking for a good family friendly location near the ocean.
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