|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Condominium Unit on the beach front property in Port Aransas, TX
City of Port Aransas Registration # 210214
Studio, 1 Bathroom, Maximum Occupancy of 4 ***Maximum occupancy limits are enforced***
This pool side studio has a private balcony overlooking the tropically landscaped pool area where you can watch a beautiful sunset and the Corpus Christi lights come to life at night. With 550 square feet this studio has a queen sized bed and a sofa sleeper and will accommodate up to 4 people. With a fully equipped kitchen and a full bath you should have everything you need to make your stay comfortable. With the beach just steps out the front door, you can enjoy the beach or the pool.
Amenities Include: Cable TV, Free Wireless Internet, BBQ pits in the pools area, laundry facilities, closest boardwalk to the beach, Heated pool (Nov. - Feb.), Texas-size hot tub, small meeting/conference room, and complimentary coffee on the first floor.
**This Condominium Unit is part of CASA on the Beach Resort Rental Program and is professionally managed by CCMS Resorts/CCMS, Inc. Rates for this property are set by the Co-Owner's Association and are not negotiable. You must be 25 years of age or older to book a reservation and check-in. All parties must be 25 years of age or older unless accompanied by a parent.**
A 3 night minimum stay is required for holidays during the summer including Memorial Day weekend, Labor Day, and July 4th.
Learn more about this vacation rental at the manager's website:
oh boy - where do I begin?
1. First of all, this is NOT a condo. It's an efficiency. In a hotel. As in, with key card doors and a 1/2 mile walks to your room.
2. The pool is not heated.
3. You want A/C on the Texas coast? Too bad for you - they have the A/C locked at 74 degrees and no, you can't change it.
4. Hot water? Don't be ridiculous.
5. TV? Lol - nobody needs TV (yes, there's one in your room, but no, it doesn't work).
This is where it got funny - upon bringing up these complaints to the front desk, the guy rolled his eyes and told me that showers just need to be fast, that nobody needs air lower than 74, and oh well, the TV is busted.
But then, after enough complaints, he tried to put me in a 2nd room. He walked into the new room, and quickly slammed the door. He then said (I kid you not): "This room is too nice. Sorry." (it was a one bedroom and not an efficiency).
I could go on and on, but I won't - I packed up the next morning and split early. Disputed the charge on my card.
SKIP THIS ONE, buys.