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at Trade Winds Motel

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... the beach and the owner is fantastic. She’s super sweet. The room comes with basic necessities and it’s not even 50 yards from...
... have a grill for guests to use. Rooms are old but clean, my room came with a fridge/microwave and coffee maker. Stay at...
... Guy Harveys and while the rooms are much, much larger, our suite was at the end of the unit and every night until midnight...
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... am trying to make a reservation. anyone know anything or anyone drive by lately? thanks time is running out and I do not want to end up with no room anywhere! Thanks for ur help
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jodia447 wrote a review Sep 2020
Moundsville, West Virginia345 contributions22 helpful votes
We were recommended and we were completely satisfied with the service. It’s quiet and not crowded like larger hotels. It’s on the beach and the owner is fantastic. She’s super sweet. The room comes with basic necessities and it’s not even 50 yards from Publix. It’s location is perfect if you’re looking to just get away and not have to travel much. We were able to completely relax. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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hayden11 wrote a review May 2020
Saratoga Springs, New York63 contributions20 helpful votes
as referenced in the title of my review, the location is perfect. this is an older property but kept in good shape. relaxing pool overlooking the gulf of mexico. You can sit on one of the many lounge chairs or set up by the water. Treasure Island is a beautiful wide beach. You can walk (5 minutes) to the supermarket (Publix). It is a 8 minute walk up the beach to Sloppy Joes or Ricky T's. 20 minute walk south down the beach to caddys and Katiki. Johns Pass is also close by. The onsite management is always available if needed, and very friendly. I was quarantined here for the month of March 2020 and loved it. They also have a grill for guests to use. Rooms are old but clean, my room came with a fridge/microwave and coffee maker. Stay at Trade Winds and use your savings for a nice dinner at one of the many great restaurants and bars! Enjoy
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Date of stay: March 2020
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April T wrote a review Aug 2018
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware61 contributions10 helpful votes
We went at the end of February looking for an amazing winter get away. The pictures looked wonderful but whether don't tell you is. most everything is closed during this time of year. It is convention central and going down to get a coffee in the morning while on vacation but having everyone around you in their business best, while you are in your beach best, is not relaxing. The rooms are small and less than desirable. We asked to move to Guy Harveys and while the rooms are much, much larger, our suite was at the end of the unit and every night until midnight we had a concert with piercing music screaming through our door. The only good thing about he hotel is the convenience to their restaurant, which we ate at a few times. Sadly we will not be back. We were also surprised at the beach. We have stayed numerous times in Clearwater, where the beaches are soft, white sand. In St Pete's, it looked like I was back at the Jersey Shore. Disappointing.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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stod33 wrote a review May 2017
Augusta GA55 contributions21 helpful votes
This place has it all. Water activities for all ages. Half dozen great restaurants. Several nice bars. Great beach. Our room had 4 queen bed, 3 wet bars, 3 full baths, and a great view. Service was outstanding as was the staff. Could not ask for more.. Correct address is 5500 Gulf Blvd.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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DrNoway wrote a review May 2016
Gulf Shores, Alabama6 contributions
We relocated from the Anna Maria Island area after having lived there for two years and decided to revisit the Island for a short vacation, as we were familiar with the beaches, restaurants, etc. Family had stayed at the Trade Winds over night a few years back and had a pleasant experience, so we rented a unit there for four nights. We arrived at the Trade Winds after dark and found the unit ready for us, with lights turned on. The adjoining unit to our right was vacant as were most of the other units, so we enjoyed a quiet nights sleep. We were awoken early the next morning to the sound of construction noise in the adjoining unit. We addressed this with the motel front desk representative, who stated she would check on the issue. Meanwhile, we spoke with another employee of the motel who noted several other units were available and seemed aware that remodeling of our adjoining unit would be going on. The noise continued and we again spoke with the representative, who stated she would ask the repair person to not start so early the next day. We found this not acceptable and requested relocation to a new quiet unit. The representative responded that other guests would be arriving and did not offer us relocation until we became more aggressive about the issue. We were offered a unit next to the one with construction, which we again found unacceptable as construction equipment like saws were placed outside and produced a lot of noise. We finally acquired a unit away from the construction site, but were offered no apology for the inconvenience or help to relocate our luggage. The new unit was quiet except for the air conditioning unit located directly outside of the bedroom, which was loud each time it turned on. Additional noise was provided also by the arrival of guests in the unit next to us, who went out leaving their dog alone and barking, which resonated into our unit. Later in our stay guests arrived in the unit adjoining ours. There was little sound proofing between our units so there was little privacy as we could hear most of their conversations and movements. Our unit did have a kitchen, but in general most of the furnishings in the unit are a bit outdated and the tile flooring is extremely slippery. All in all, the Island has tons of rental units that offer more for your money and a better attitude from front desk staff, who seemed to care less about our experience.
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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