|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Make your escape to the gorgeous white sand beaches of the Gulf Coast and this 1-bedroom 1-bathroom condominium that sleeps four on Phoenix I’s 11th floor.
· Cozy brown sleeper sofa and flat screen television featured in living area
· Fully equipped kitchen for your cooking enjoyment
· Table and chairs to seat four in dining area
· Master bedroom with flat screen television and king size bed with palm tree comforter
· Enjoy the beautiful Gulf front view from balcony table and chairs
*Please note: Phoenix I has a solar-heated outdoor pool, which allows comfortable year-round swimming. Phoenix I is also a smoke-free building, including balconies, inside condos, pool decks, stairwells and other common areas. A designated outdoor smoking area is available. For more information, see Brett/Robinson’s Terms & Conditions.*
Needless to say we were very disappointed in our condo. These pictures do tremendous justice to this place. My main complaint is that it was dirty. The baseboards were filthy. The baseboards in the bathroom were broken and just painted over. The kitchen cabinets looked horrible as they were all scratched up, something a little stain could fix. We pulled out the drawer on the oven to get a pan and the handle had so much dirt and nastiness on the handle. Obviously that had not been pulled out or cleaned in a while. The carpet in the bedroom was so bad stained I was afraid to walk on it without shoes on. There was no handle on the outside of the sliding glass door. So when you shut it while on the balcony you had to slip your finger in the grooves to get it open again. The place is in bad need of some serious TLC. We were there to celebrate out 31st anniversary and this put quite the damper on our celebration. We definitely stayed out of the condo more than in. There are however 3 things good about this condo, 1. The air conditioner worked great 2. The refrigerator was good and cold. 3. It faced the ocean. I am normally not one to leave negative reviews but being in the area it is in and being managed by Brett Robinson I expected much more.