The Inn At Boynton Beach
The Inn at Boynton Beach is the perfect destination for travelers heading to Florida on a budget. Those pleased with the accommodations rank the affordable price high on their list of favorite features, along with the ideal location near the beach. Recent guests report that both the hotel and general area feel a bit older, with some of the wear showing through. However, reviewers report the rooms being cleaned to their satisfaction.
Most reviewers commented that they found the amentities available in the rooms satisfactory and highlighted the complimentary WiFi as an added bonus. Rooms feature flat screen LCD televisions with cable and Pay-Per-View in each room. An iron, ironing board, and coffee maker are on hand, supplying guests with the basics. Previous guests praised the staff for the quick and efficient check in and check out process.
The Inn at Boynton Beach serves a complimentary breakfast, which can help guests save money on their beach holiday. The meal generally gets satisfactory reviews. Since the meal is free and the accommodations are affordable, this hotel is a good choice for a simple stay near the beach. If you're after a clean bed and low price, this location will leave you satisfied with your choice and your wallet full.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Inn At Boynton Beach
Pool, gym, continental breakfast. Pretty good for very cheap.
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