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Booked this motel for labor day weekend. It is a motel, not a resort. It looks like they spend all their money making the lobby look like you're staying in a palace. The property itself is very run down and not kept up at all....More
My fiancé and I stayed at The Waves, August 21-24th, during our annual 'End of Summer, local getaway."
We've stayed at four of the OOB motels in the past, with less than pleasant experiences. Most are very dated and old. Some are downright dives. The...More
I have been vacationing here for several years. The last three we have stayed in Cottage 76 right on the beach! The location, staff and value cannot be beat. Our cottage will sleep eight there were six of us so plenty of room. So wonderful...More
First, let me state that when we called for a reservation, many properties in Old Orchard Beach stated that there was a mandatory minimum three day stay. This property actually allowed a two night stay which was great since we were only in the area...More
We love the location of the hotel - close to the beautiful beach (low tide is the best!) and easy walk to the pier. However, its best if you don't care about the decor. We were in Building B. The beds were comfortable, the tv...More
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Yes. They're so good they even enter when the DND sign is up after knocking first to be sure nobody's there. They were quite surprised to see me standing there behind the door as they made unauthorized entrance to my room... More
Yes. They're so good they even enter when the DND sign is up after knocking first to be sure nobody's there. They were quite surprised to see me standing there behind the door as they made unauthorized entrance to my room with the DNR sign up! It's like hello, didn't you see the sign? Don't come in! Especially considering the safe was Inop.