"My family just enjoyed a great week-long stay at "Myers on the Beach". The location is really hard to beat considering that the condo is steps away from an amazing beach that isn't overly populated, even during one of the busiest weeks of the year since we were there over Memorial Day weekend. We had stayed in Seagrove before and really like the easy access to both Seaside and Rosemary communities. The beachside porch was spacious, beds were very comfortable, and the kitchen was well equipped.
We only had a few minor issues during our stay. The wifi at the condo was spotty at best, and we had several different types of devices that couldn't seem to connect with any consistency. We also had an interesting dynamic of the owner of our condo staying in a separate condo directly behind the building while we were there, and we had our hand slapped for keeping the exterior sliding door open too long shortly after arriving at the condo. I understand the need to keep the door closed to keep the AC from freezing up, but it caused us to feel like the owner was constantly watching our every move. We also had some issues with the owner and the umbrella company, with him providing some very strict guidance to the rental company about where his umbrella had to be located on the beach despite the fact that he wasn't out on the beach. We were simply hoping to have our umbrella beside our tent, and he was very strict with the rental company that his umbrella had to be at the end of the line. Thankfully, the umbrella rental company was great to work with and they were willing to be flexible to help us meet our needs despite the protest from the condo owner. Finally, one other minor turn off was that the condo building itself has very strict rules that tents can't be placed during behind the building, requiring us to place our tent over to the side.
We had a very good stay and our issues were minor, but wanted to provide an honest review of our experience."
Guest: average at life, GREAT at vacationing
Date of Stay: May 2016
Review Submitted: June 7, 2016