by Lissa Poirot
Kids will love the Mini Mariners drop off programs filled with child-friendly games and activities when mom and dad want to dig deeper into the history of Charleston without the kids. Located on a marina, the resort features a pool and beach access, so there is water everywhere to make the entire family happy.
Our Editor Loves
- Pool and beach access
- On-site dining at The Indigo Grille
- Mini Mariners with child-friendly games and activities
Rooms were very small and dirty. TV had terrible picture. Ac did not work and nobody showed up to fix it when said they would. Service was completely unsatisfactory. Pool was pretty with great views and great location but don’t think would stay here again. Very disappointing that a resort with so much potential is so poorly run.
We checked into the hotel and noticed that the woman at the front desk, Alice, was not very pleasant. She seemed to go out of her way to be difficult with stuff like getting our room ready and giving us any coupons they had behind the desk. We left to look around for a while as they were getting our room ready. Alice told us she’d call to let us know when to come back. 4:00 was the check in time so when we had not received a call by then, we just went back to ask. Our room was in fact ready and Alice tried to say it was a coworker’s fault for not calling us, when it was obviously hers. Not to mention she asked us what floor we wanted to be on only to put us on a lower one. As topping on the cake, I got in the room and went out on the balcony, only to be locked out by a malfunctioning lock. We called to have it fixed but never actually had it happen. However, location is great and beach club side appears to be nice.