Views, Pools, Activities; What More Could You Ask For?
11/11/2017 ChicRoadTripper, Houston, Texas
What a very special part of America for a hotel to be located. At the very end of a very quaint Main Street of the town of Dunedin, Florida. The location of this hotel is amazing; charters and boat ac... more
What a very special part of America for a hotel to be located. At the very end of a very quaint Main Street of the town of Dunedin, Florida. The location of this hotel is amazing; charters and boat activities right across the street. Park your car for a chill for a couple days and enjoy the easy walk up and down Dunedin. We were very impressed with the housekeeping staff; my room was spotless and fresh every morning of my four days spent here. I got there on a Tuesday and the Bon Appetit restaurant was GREAT and lively; then we went back Thursday and the bartender ignored us for ten minutes (and there were only two others at the very quiet bar) so we went up the street to Tony's Pizza. We went back Friday for our last meal despite the rude bartender and the Butternut squash was delicious but the Happy Hour fired bologna sandwich somewhat contradicts the theme of this very pricey restaurant and it was super gross and thick bologna. The cheese plate with apricots and honey was average. I was chraged 30.00 over on my last night there and the girls (Silvana and Karen) just passed the buck and told me to call the manager and who wants to deal with that? It is their incompetence, not mine. I was told the last night (I moved rooms, smaller room in fact) would be the same or cheaper and when I called to Karen about it I reminded her what she told me and she lied and was like"oh i said it was a weekend so it would be more' - bologna (again lol), if that was the case i would have stuck with my original plans but I was like Ok perfect and it was 30.00 more) whatever Karen, we both know the truth and the rest of Dunedin was so fabulous and the young Manager fellow was so sweet, and the breakfast lady was very thoughtful and kind, I'll consider it a tip to the town. less