Atlantis Inn

154 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 19971, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 154 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, is near Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, Funland, and Tanger Outlets Rehoboth Beach.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Atlantis Inn Rehoboth Beach

    The Employees were pleasing and so Helpful

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    When we first arrive, our room was not available to check-in, so the employess were kind enough to give us a room to change into swimming suits to enjoy the beach before checking in the room. After we had a enjoyable time we were able to check-in the room, it was amazing how the room was. So clean and fresh as if it was a new house. If u could just cloes your eyes and piture yourself on a beach and smelling the fresh air, and the warmth of the sound, i can honestly say thats how i felt when walking in the room. As it being are first time down here we were not sure were a good place would be to dine. It was just a phone call away, We dial to the front desk and the gave us a excellant recommendation. Everymorning the employees had smiles on there faces and greeted us with warmth. What a wonderful family hotel and i wouldn't go to any others place in the world.

    We actually booked for next June.

    Wonderful stay, stress-free and convenient

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    Great hotel overall. The rooms were clean and appeared recently updated. I absolutely loved the pool deck. The pool isn't large, but the pooldeck has a nice birds-eye view of Rehoboth Avenue. Nice alternative to the beach anyday.

    I highly recommend the efficiencies. They're on the same property, not a part of the main building, but offer more goodies including a kitchen with granite countertops. I thought that was a nice touch and the price was about $20 or so more per night. Better value with the efficiency for sure.

    I highly recommend.

    WILL BE BACK!!!

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    This was our 4th time vacationing in Rehoboth Beach, & our 3rd time @ the Atlantis Inn! (Hopefully this in itself says something) Not only were the hotel (clean & freshly remodeled)accomdations great, it was in a great location, close/walking distance to hot spots... shops, restaurants, & most importantly the beach, which was also well maintained/clean. Most of the staff were extremely friendly & pleasant. Would recommend this hotel. Actually, we already reserved again for this upcoming July 2006!

    Just OK

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    I stayed at the Atlantic Inn & Suites in Sept 2005 with my son. The room was large and had 2 double beds, a couch and table, a smaller table with 2 chairs, and a dresser. The TV was small and the bathroom was small and dark. The tub creaked with every step and the water temperature changed during my shower. The vanity in the bathroom was very small. The bathroom door also looked as though it had been gouged with something. The carpet was clean except between the nightstand and the beds where it looked as though no one had ever vacuumed. There is no clock in the room so you'd better have your own unless you want a wake up call every morning.

    Great Experience for Large Group

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    I coordinated the booking of 23 rooms with the hotel for a high school sports team's tournament held at Rehoboth Beach. The hotel coordinators, Chris and Becky (manager), were very accommodating, giving our large group a great price on the room. The rooms are fairly spacious and very nice, but not "high class". Lots of cable TV choices, but no DVD or VCR. No hair dryers. We were given the rooms with fridges and microwaves, which was terrific. The bed and pillows were the most comfortable I think I've ever had at a hotel! The outside-the-bathtub-area sink vanity was a nice plus. The tub/toilet area was a bit small, almost claustrophobic. The room was clean, with no odors. The air conditioner was on the noisy side and seemly cold the entire time; couldn't get it to warm up a bit unless you turned it off completely and it was a very humid weekend so that didn't last long. Slow elevator. Rooms are accessible from an outside walkway, which turned out to be a plus with a large group as it was a bit easier to watch comings and goings. My other-mom-roommate said the morning coffee wasn't the best and walked to the nearby Dunkin Donuts for coffee. The teenagers (about 33 of them!) didn't complain at all, so I guess everything was quite satisfactory for them! The hotel is very close to the boardwalk and shops, making this a plus for such a large group, especially teenagers who traveled in groups to the shops and boardwalk. One guaranteed parking spot per room was also a plus (you get a display tag to hang on your rear view mirror). The pool was small (never got the chance to use it, however) but the pool deck was very nice; it was offered to us by manager Becky for using as a team pizza dinner if we wanted. (Read my review on Grotto pizza!!) All in all, I'd say we had a great experience!

    A great beach motel

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    We recently spent 4 nights at the Atlantis Inn with our 2 young children. It's not luxurious; it's just your basic beach motel, but it was clean and the rooms have recently been remodeled so the furnishings are actually pretty nice. You can easily walk to the beach, as well as numerous restaurants and shops. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay there again.

    Miserable Experience

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    I have had the worst possible experience with Atlantis Inn. The rooms were perfectly fine, that's not the problem. But I have spent hours and hours of my time trying to correct their mistakes, which include quoting me 5 different prices for a room, failing to fix the problem until 8 phone calls had been made by two different people, putting charges on my credit card without telling me, saying this charge would come off but then not taking it off, insanely rude managers who imply that this is all my problem and that I'm "changing the story."

    I firmly believe in giving credit where it is due, but this place has made me so livid. I would never recommend ANYONE stay there, unless incompetence doesn't bother you.

    Great getaway location

    from

    This is another favorable review for a great product. My Atlantis experience was wonderful from check-in to check-out. It's a typical beach motel, nothing opulent or over-the-top, but I felt the customer service was top of the class. The rooms were renovated nicely, I love the granite bathroom vanities. It was a nice touch and unexpected at a beach motel.

    The rooms were quite clean and comfortable as well. I've had some ugly business trips over the years and I typically bring my own bedding as a precaution. Since this was my first time with the Atlantis, I have to admit I brought linens along. I was pleased to see I didn't need to use them. The room was great and exceeded my expectations.

    Value-wise, I came at the peak of the season but higher rates should be expected in August. In comparison to the other hotels and motels nearby, they were definitely priced right.

    The parking is easily accessible, although you are only permitted one space per room. After staying, I realized what an issue parking is for the city as a whole so I was happy the hotel guaranteed a spot for me. I live in the city so I can appreciate knowing you'll have a space when you return!!

    I'll definitely return to this hotel. Nice work Atlantis!

    Chrissy

    Simple, Quiet, Clean, and Friendly

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    If you want a modest place to stay in Rehoboth and be close to the action without putting up with the boardwalk noise, this is a good choice.

    Room was typical for a medium-level motel. It's setup with the window opening up onto the walkway so privacy is limited. A/C was a wall unit - not overly noisy, but effective.

    I sprung for the microwave and the frig, which are handy.

    It's about a 250 yard walk to the boardwalk and beach. Shopping of course is right out the door. Lots of good dining within walking distance.

    As noted by another reviewer, the pool is quite small.

    Very convenient, very clean

    from

    My husband and I had a lovely stay at this establishment. The rooms are very large and featured all the amenities we prefer while traveling. The Front Desk was extremely helpful with directions and recommendations on places to eat and shop. And shop we did! The Atlantic Inn and Suites is located right next door to the outlets.

    Price-wise, the hotel was much less than many of the surrounding hotels. Sometimes $100 less per night than the larger brand hotels in the area. I definitely recommend this for the budget-conscious traveler.

    The beach is about a mile away, and for the difference in price it was well worth staying at this property.

    Happy traveling!

    Bea Bailey

    TripAdvisor Reviews Atlantis Inn Rehoboth Beach

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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