Quality Inn Oceanfront
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Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn Oceanfront Ocean City
What a dissapointment!!!
I booked our family vacation in August at what I thought was going to be a beautiful hotel. I guess you should never trust a brochure. Our room was far from beautiful. The cooking utensils were filthy, the stove was not working properly and we had a pipe break below the kitchen sink the second day of our stay. I will say, the manager was very understanding and went out of his way to try and make us happy. He replaced our pots and pans with a brand new set and gave us a credit for one night on our bill. The harrison group, who owns this property, needs to shut it down for a total renovation. They should be ashamed of themselves charging premium prices for a run down facility.
No sleep at this hotel
My family had a vacation planned for four night at the Quality Inn and upon arriving the place seemed a little run down that wasn't stopping us (nor was the rain)from our vacation. At 3:30 a.m. ouf first night we were woken by the fire alarm and evacuated for about a half an hour after the fire company cleared everyone to go back in. The second night same thing at 11:20 p.m. and a lobby full of annoyed guests and management wanted everyone back in their rooms with no assurance this was not going to happen again. Needless to say my family moved to a much nicer property and enjoyed wat was left of our vacation. The property owners the Harrison Group needs to take some of the money over charged for their facility ($234.00 night)
and put it back into the property before somthing real serious happens.
Quality Inn Oceanfront
Nicely located on 57th St., our beachfront efficiency seemed overpriced for the visible wear in the room. Our family did a 3 night mid-week stay in late June. The staff was very nice and extremely helpful from luggage, information and directions and everything was clean, but the room needs some updating. The kitchen and bath show their age. The stove, the vent above it and the freezer all had damage but were usable. The remote for the TV was held together with black tape and made it very sticky and unpleasant to use, so we didn't. The screen on the sliding door was completely broken off its track, so you couldn't use it either. The building overall is very nice in appearance. Has an atrium with a small pool inside and one outside. We could hear the plumbing from the room next door constantly. Parking was good. We have mixed feelings on this stay. Overall, for the amount of time we spent in the room, it was ok, but would have been better if modernized. Compared to others we've stayed in from this chain, this one was a bit of a dissapointment. We'd probably stay there again unless we find a recommendation for a better beachfront efficiency. We could have gotten a cheaper rate with AAA or Entertainment, but we would have had to settle for a "smoking room". That would have made it worse.
My family and I looked at this hotel a long time ago when I was only 3 years old. The hotel we usually stay at was closed due to major renovations. I am appalled to see that this hotel is still as dirty and as run down as it was then. I can't remember much about what all was wrong at that time, but I don't think we even made it to the lobby before deciding this was the worst hotel there is in Ocean City. I hope that the management will someday realize that this hotel needs some major upgrading and cleaning! I do realize that it is not easy to keep a hotel (especially one in a busy beach location) clean, but this hotel's lack of cleanliness is unacceptable!
We had reservations to stay at the Quality Inn Oceanfront for half of our vacation. Upon arriving to check in, we noticed how the place seems to be falling apart. Half of the screen doors to the oceanfront rooms were off the track & propped up against the building. The carpets are terrible. There was dirt everywhere inside & out. The sand directly in front of the hotel was covered with glass & cigarette butts. I did not feel safe allowing my children to stay there. It smelled like mold. I cancelled my reservations immediately & returned to Rehoboth Beach and paid half the amount the Quality Inn Oceanfront charges.
I stayed on the 2nd fl. noise out side my rm.
from mch.'s running i call 3 times at 2am
they shut on down helped a little
sunday no hot water for 2 days!!!
i will not go back
I Always take the black light with me. It's gross The Bed spread is the frist thing that is out of the room. (Did you every see house keeping changing bed spreads at any hotel room.) You have stains on the sheets. Couch, rugs it"s bad. Then they want to chage an arm& leg for the rooms. I didn't use the frig. it had mold growing in it. you are better of just to drive down sleep in you'r car. get a shower on the boardwalk they have shower on the boardwalk. you have the coolers. at least you no you have a save spot to sleep. all hotel rooms are dirty.
I'm going to miss staying here.
We've been staying here for the past 12 years. We love the open feeling of the atrium. The beach is big and beautiful. Parking is good. It's nice to be able to look over the balcony and see the kids in the pool.
The parrots are a real trip, we love them. The price is good compared to others. The problem is the place needs some major overhauls and better management. The rooms are falling apart and dirty. The rugs are gross. The stove, refrigerator, and table are always gummy.
Housekeeping only made it to our room three times in a weeks stay. The game room has games that only steal the kids money. The laundry room machines work good but do not have any knobs on them to change the settings (They're broken off.) Next year I'm sorry to say we'll be trying a new place. Vacation just won't be the same.
Hated the Quality Inn
The Quality Inn in Ocean City on 54th St. was the worst experience of my life. It was filthy, unsafe and I'm sure had a few health hazzards, such as MOLD. I will never stay at a Quality Inn again. I spent the entire week watching people complain and leave early from this dump.
Beware of fire alarm system!
Hotel is not bad, especially for kids. However, if you do not like being disturbed at 10pm and then again at 12midnight due to a faulty alarm system, maybe you should stay somewhere else. In addition, the sliding patio door was broken and housekeeping would have missed my room altogether the second day if I hadn't caught them about 6:00pm.
Needless to say, I'll be staying at another hotel this summer.
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