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Liked the shuttles My room had cockroaches, and shower was cold
kitchen didn't have a corkscrew and only had decaf coffee packets-minor things and the rest was fantastic. Beautiful property and rooms. Great porch views. Quiet. Melissa one of the servers at the Market Grill at the Osprey was wonderful
Quiet surroundings. Overpriced golf course for the actual value
This is a gem in Palm Harbor. A great, hidden escape from the chain hotels all around. Quiet. Peaceful. Safe. Great service. They are in the process of updating now which will make it even better!
I was glad I had a rental car. 30 minutes distance from the beach, the state park, and Clearwater. Pool is great. No room service. They charge for everything, even their little bottle of water. There is no justification for a resort fee. Even the classes at the gym aren’t included in the resort fee. Kitchen is outdated but has all the utensils if you plan on cooking your meals. The only suggestion I have to the hotel is to remove the carpet. It has an unpleasant odor. I ended up getting used to it though. There is a Greek coffee place located about 3-4 miles away that you must try. Overall I enjoyed my experience but next time I will stay somewhere in Clearwater.
Everything was great but disappointed that there were no elevators!
Outdated quiet a bit restaurant takes forever to get served with a little care that place has potential great place to be with Family very confusing when you check in if you get 2 rooms and are with a group they separate you and is ok to them which I didn’t like
Garbage wasn’t tried out with food containers and had to dispose of it ourselves. Was attending a church conference and was delayed in leaving due to the rain flooding the front entrance of the doors and sidewalks was very unsafe.
We had a nice stay while the guys golfed. But the place is older and dated and there is not much of a wow factor. It appears to be a retirement community. Nothing much was open during the day during their slow season. Beautiful grounds though. We would return at the reduced, summer rate but don't feel that it is worth much higher charges than that.
Came down from chicago for a 3 night stay. Close to beaches...and areas such as Tarpon Springs...Howard Park. Nice restaurants and pools on site. Everyone at resort was friendly. Resort fees includes free washer and dryer use..which was convenient before flying back home. The room we had (3311) was very spacious with king bed bedroom/updated kitchen and bathband had a nice view of copperhead/north golf course. I would come again and recommend to others.
The resort is large with plenty of golfing options. Somewhat dated in decor and look. Good place to stay.
The hotel was a bit outdated. Looked to be built in the 70s or so. There were NO elevators in the facility which was very inconvenient considering we had to lug all our suitcases up 3 flights of stairs but the grounds were very nice and the restaurants were very nice. The pool areas were well maintained and had an adequate amount of personnel to maintain them. They charge a resort fee which was not mentioned when I first booked the room. That was a bit deceiving but all in all, we had a fairly comfortable stay at this hotel.
While it is a bit dates and feels almost like you are walking into a nursing home at first, it is actually quite comfortable and clean. The grounds are beautiful. It's a nice golf course, great spa and I wish I could have used the pool as it looked awesome (was too cold). The prices were a bit much, but prices everywhere were a lot as it was spring break time. IF the price is right, try it out. Theres a small kitchen with a stove as well.
But.. very affordable and extremely well maintained. Did not get opportunity to use most of the services but the bar was nice and the front desk staff was professional and friendly . Room is dated but comfortable. Would absolutely recommend
best of both worlds. My two favorite places are golf courses and beaches. Went to honeymoon island, Clearwater and Treasure Island Beaches. Stayed on resort which was secure and quiet. Great place.
The grounds and restaurants are wonderful. However the rooms leave a lot to be desired. It is disappointing to stay away from home and get the feeling you are in a nursing home environment. Old furniture, the worst bed I have ever slept in, plugs for phones were scarce, old bathroom. Just disappointing.
The rooms were comfortable and clean, easy to get to other buildings. Directions and map are very clear
Unwelcoming front desk personnel .Fabulous layout . Rooms are very much dated with overused furniture . Apart from the restaurants and the driving range , it was a total disappointment . They will never see me again ...
Wall Springs Park is within a mile (2 km) of Innisbrook, A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort, and other popular sites like Suncoast Primate Sanctuary are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 325-room, 3.5-star condo resort welcomes business and leisure travelers with 6 outdoor pools, a golf course, and a full-service spa.
Enjoy dining at Packards Steakhouse, one of 3 onsite restaurants. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a cooked-to-order breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 11:00 AM.
Each condo is air-conditioned and has an array of amenities, including a coffee maker, free newspapers, and free long-distance calls. Guests can enjoy a flat-screen TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding. Other standard amenities include free local calls, a safe, and an ironing board.
Innisbrook, A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort features a golf course, a full-service spa, and 6 outdoor pools. There's free parking and an airport shuttle. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage, tours or tickets, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this spa condominium resort include a free water park, a children's pool, and a health club.