Palm Manor Resort
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When I stayed at Palm Manor in March 2000, I could not believe the value I received. For the same price of a hotel with just the usual amenities, I had a 2-bedroom condo with a full kitchen and a back patio which I used to eat a few dinners. I was there to see the Texas Rangers' Spring Training camp for the first time and Palm Manor was ideally located between the training facilities and the ballparks they played in during that week. The rooms were spacious & the kitchen was fully furnished. I did not get to participate in any activities they had because I was gone most of the time. It was like my own little home away from home and could not believe the comfort. If I visit the area again, I would not hesitate to reserve Palm Manor Resort.
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