Sun Tower Hotel & Suites on the beach
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... interesting, relaxing and unique place to say. In spite of being directly across the bay from Mercy Hospital, it was one of the quietest places we stayed because the ambulances could not use their sirens once they entered the neighborhood and there was little in the way of traffic noise due to the fact Grove Isle was an resort/residential island with no no roads except those that led to parking lots discreetly tucked away. There were few boats that passed by because the ...
... and their many friends in the Breakwater Surf Club! No teatotalling wimps in this group.
Jody's mother put on an awesome Christmas dinner with roast turkey, dressing and all the fixins. Some good friends enjoyed the memorable dinner as well (see photos below).
... miles, we finally found our room, dropped off our stuff, and headed to Deck 16 to wait to depart.
Our room was on Deck 12 so we had just a short elevator ride to deck 16. The first thing we did was walk up to the Mast Bar, got ourselves a cold drink, and enjoyed the beautiful day. It was such a relaxing feeling to be sitting there, with each other, with a drink and a cigarette, and knowing that we had to responsibilities, no work, and ...
... for alcohol and you can basically order anytime. I'm not sure its 24 hours but we had breakfast served as well as desserts in the afternoon. Desserts on board are way above average, not spectacular but really good, especially on a day when we burned so many calories.
I didn't but Yang went for a run. I did follow her down to take some photos. I think I got one or two shots I like but not perfect. The sun was a ...
... drink - champers darling!
The cabins were not ready until 1.30 so most people were off to the 14th deck for sun, bars and lunch. Oh no, not I!! Now a seasoned Celebrity guest, I trotted off to the IT lounge on deck 6 and acquired myself ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet