Liked beds and room Did not like breakfast coffee!
Nice waterfront property with lots of yachts to look at. Was kind of sad pool wasnt open though
Great location. Nice view from one of the two hot tubs overlooking the water.
I thought it would be quiet tucked back from the road, but behind the building where I was at first, people would congregate to smoke, argue with each other and generally be loud. I asked the staff one night if he could do something about the extremely loud music coming from the parking lot and within ...
We liked everything, very good. Room was clean, breakfast good. We will come back again. Thanks.
Met our expectations for the price we paid. Room was clean, no noise after 11. Room style a little dated. Nice parking lot and exterior.
I really enjoyed the indoor pool area. The free breakfast was also pretty good. Every single staff member I talked to, were over the top friendly. There are a lot of restaurants very close to choose from. I also thought the beds were comfortable. But. I do think, at least the room I was in, could ...
The breakfast was horrible. Not much at all offered
Ha nasty as hell like always.tweakers in the parking lot pop machines down. Typical Muskegon crap hole needs better ownership to turn it around
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