The Summer Place Hotel is located in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, United States
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very small room. broken blinds. broken TV remote. tiny, tattered towels. tiny shower. good location. no parking. reminded me of my old college dorm room only smaller and more cramped. good for a couple of days. price was good.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Summer Place Hotel - cheap but livable"
Not the best hotel ever, a bit run down and in serious need of updating, but for a cheap place to stay it's survivable and close to the beach. Be aware that if you need to arrive late you are somewhat on your own (try not to wake up the owner, he's a bit grouchy). I arrived late (around 11PM) and only found out how to get to my room because another […] family that arrived just before me had already woken the innkeeper. Keys were in a mailbox with hand-written instructions on how to find the room. I got a room with a king bed, and that's pretty much all there was room for. The bed took up the majority of the floor space but there was a chair (in an alcove that doubled as a closet) and a bureau so that was fine for my one-night stay. I only needed a bed to sleep in and a shower in the morning. Overall it was a decent place to stay if all you're looking for is a place to crash near the beach. If you want service (of any kind) go elsewhere. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"A crummy place that might meet your needs"
Summer Place has an ideal location in downtown Rehoboth, with the beach, shops and restaurants all within very short walking distance. The hotel itself is a dilapidated, rickety wooden building that is obviously run as cheaply as possible. Our room had an ancient little TV and a king-sized bed with a decent mattress, with barely enough room to walk […] around the bed. The bathroom had a tiny sink and a single towel rack on the door, but no shelf or counter space for toiletries. You can either pay a daily charge to park in one of the hotel's few parking spots, or they'll provide a city parking permit ($40 cash deposit required) that allows you to park in unmetered spaces on nearby streets. For all this, you can expect to pay top dollar. If you're making a last-minute trip to the beach in high season, and would rather be in a dive by the beach than a motel room out on Route 1, this place might serve as a last-resort choice. Just set your expectations accordingly.......... Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Not at all impressed"
Hotel WILL charge your credit card, so if you were planning to reserve with your card and pay in an alternate format, forget it. The room is very basic, not comforatble. Hotel manager not very pleasant nor forthcoming with information. I would not stay there again.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great location... Poor everything else"
Geeze where do I begin. For what it is the hotel was drastically overpriced. When I was looking it was the in the same price range as the bigger fancier namebrand hotels. THAT IS NOT WHAT THIS HOTEL IS. Parking: 1st they charge extra for parking. Thats fine I understand that. However, The parking is partially on the sidewalk. I had to squeeze my small […] truck between the columns that held up a deck above. I almost ran over a small tree in the process and couldnt open my driversside door. My front bumper was against the building and my rear bumper was more then halfway over the sidewalk. Amazed i didnt get a ticket. Only the rooms had AC. The halls were well into the 90s-100s (it was hot that weekend) The room A/Cs and fridge were not on when we arrived. we plugged it in and returned like 6 hours later to find that it barely cooled the room. I did not sleep well that night. The air conditioner maybe only cooled the room to the mid 80s. The rooms were stuffy and had an oder. The halls looked like a college dorm. Gross old carpet. Not very well maintained and of course 100 freaking degrees. (the hall way door to the outside was propped open to vent, but poised a security concern. Bathrooms were small, towels were smaller. The "outside shower" as described on the sign on the wall was nothing more than a garden hose. the lobby looked like something you would see in a episode of horders. I could go on, but i guess you get the message. I will not be staying here again. The desk clerk was never there. I had to put my keys in an envelope, leave it on the desk a hope they got it. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Horrid little room!"
Great location. Extremely weird manager, but friendly. Worst room I've ever rented. Keep your shoes on. Dont walk on the floors. The top sheet and fitted sheets did not match, and the flowered covers were a sight to see. Bring any extras you may need, including your own iron. Never seen any thing quite like it. Hotels.com should not even post this […] place! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great location... but..."
When I first arrived I pacified myself by thinking it was a lot like staying in a hostel. I quickly remembered that the hostels I had stayed in (mostly in Europe) had fun communal areas, were by and large more sanitary and welcoming... The hallways smell. The bedspread has cigarette burns and stains... the mattress has stains... the bathroom floor wasn't […] clean (though the shower stall was)... they have a microwave, TV, Fridge, AC and cable box all plugged into the same outlet... You can hardly walk around the room... I wore shoes are socks the entire time because the carpetting was frightening... But even with all of that we really enjoyed the location and might have stayed here again if the rate was much lower- we even went and bought towels because the ones provided were not only paperthin but scratchy. Sunday morning- we went for a run and came back to shower - only there was NO hot water. It was the straw that broke the camels back. We will not ever stay there again. Rehoboth Beach was incredible though. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
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