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SeaPort Marina Hotel in Long Beach, CA

SeaPort Marina Hotel in Long Beach, CA


Just steps away from white sandy beaches and great restaurants and shops, SeaPort Marina Hotel welcomes you to enjoy your stay with us!

Situated on 11 acres with an average of 345 days of sunshine each year, SeaPort Marina Hotel is the perfect escape for your vacation or business trip. We boast nearly 100 hotel rooms in addition to eleven conference and banquet rooms that are great for your special event. Enjoy our pool, your private balcony, WiFi access, and cable television during your stay! We're perfectly located within walking distance of over forty restaurants, two movie theatres, and a variety of specialty shops for your convenience.

Designed by prominent 60s architect Roy Steely, SeaPort Marina Hotel previously served as a resort hotel hosting the likes of celebrities like Elvis Presley. Today we host wedding groups, family reunions, sports teams, and so much more! Allow our staff to assist your group and ask about our incredible banquet space for your next special event. With ballrooms boasting a marina view, seven meeting rooms, and spacious outdoor areas, SeaPort Marina Hotel truly excels at providing incredible accommodations for a variety of functions!

Whether you'll be spending a few days with us or simply joining us for a special event, you'll always receive the best care from our SeaPort Marina Hotel staff!


Established in 1996.

Built in 1963 and previously a resort hotel, SeaPort Marina Hotel is today a family-run hotel boasting exceptional guest care. We strive every day to help our guests enjoy their stay as well as our incredible event spaces. Cheers to many more years of serving our guests!


Company Info:

Rating: 1.54

Address: 6400 E Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA, 90803
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Comments (46):

1. Mario M.
this place sucks don't ever come here extremely outdated nasty place. you know when they have tons of security and pay phone it's not a good hotel.

25/01/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
2. Diego S.
We took this trip to garden grove, It smelled like lou-dog inside the van, oh yeah, This aint no funky reggae party, $5 at the door...except that it was $14 last night for the So Cal Rocks Music Fest, which was exactly $9 too much for the lineup of high school bands that were playing. So, instead of heading east for Garden Grove, we went to a place that could only be described as one of those tacky 60's motels that tried to keep up with the times but found out it ran out of money sometime in 1988. The "club" was laughable, the bands inconsistent, the LA gang element was in full effect, and generally I wouldn't have gone had not the only band I went to see not been playing, namely THE PLAYERS TOUCH, who you can listen to on MySpace I think.

01/03/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
3. Vanessa A.
It was pretty run down looking from outside, total hotel that looks like was a hit back in the 70s. Inside was ok, nothing special, went for a wedding, which was really cool because was very spacious hall. Bathrooms sucked, A/C horrible. But overall think it would be awesome if they redid the outside and focused in on the inside bit more. Think they can do some remodeling and it would totally be a gem. The security guard was really cool and informative.

08/08/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
4. Daniel O.
I stayed there about 2 years ago while attending a conference in Long Beach on International Relations. Someone booked this hotel for me... and when we arrived, we found that the hotel was hosting some transvestite convention. (I swear to God) Without going in to all the details, someone set up a taco stand on the back of my buddies Honda, some woman in drag asked us if we wanted to shoot up when we went to get ice, and I saw a guy in full S&M attire strolling the halls around 2am.

You can't make this stuff up. The weirdness was a pleasant distraction from the horrible decor, 25 year old TV, and everything else you would expect in a 1 star motel. You'd be better off sleeping in your car than paying for a room in this hotel. The only way you would EVER want to stay here is if you come in from out of town to party at Sachi, the club located surprisingly in the back of the hotel.

23/03/07 | Link | Rating: 1.0
5. Karin H.
Claims to a "new renovation" were completely unsubstantiated; everywhere we looked, my roommate and I found peeling paint and dirty tile.  On the night we stayed, the entire hotel was without hot water (after suffering through a shower which was lukewarm at best, I mentioned it to my teammates staying in other rooms and found that their experiences corroborated my own complaints).  A woman at the front desk assured me that the water would warm up after "just a few minutes" of letting it run, but this never happened.  Beds were unusually short.  I'm not a tall girl (5'4"), but whenever I happened to uncurl from fetal position during the night, my feet were hanging off the bed's edge.

The furniture was clean enough, and our wake up call prompt, but that's the extent of my praise for this place.  I would not return for a second visit.

19/04/06 | Link | Rating: 1.0
6. Shahdad J.
I was staying with a frind about an hour form Long beach and the next day I was running the Marathon in Long Beach, so we decided to go there and get a hotel for the night so on the race day I donot have to drive an hour.
We reserved two rooms and got there around 6PM the rooms were clean and smelled good when we walked in. The front desk people also were friendly.
We did not have any hot water and decide to check out at 5AM before the race the next day and drive back to the my friends house after the race for shower.
The plan was to shower at the hotel and eat before leaving LB.
It was kind of Spookey area and could not help myself but to keep looking behind me and make sure no one is going to put a gun to my head.
The hotel is good if you are staying for just one night. I donot think I will be staying there again unless i am forced due my own poor planning.

18/10/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
7. Sean A.
I have never paid as high as i did and had not a drip of hot water for a shower for 30 min of running the water.. The Guest service as far as Made service is horrible and the up keep of the property is a Joke.. For being in that neighborhood that place Belongs off Long Beach Blvd and Anaheim for reels JUNK!!!!!!!

13/06/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
8. Marwan A.
We stayed overnight because we were at the club that's connected to the hotel. Not a whole lot to say about this place. Its a hotel. Nothing special. I had a friend who gave us a discount on the room.

We slept. We showered. We left.

Three stars means average, right. I don't really like the "A-OK" description that YELP gives with the three star rating. A-OK makes it sound as if I liked this place...I wouldn't go that far. I would be willing to stay here again, if the price was right. I felt the need to elaborate...forgive me :)

WARNING: Do not eat at the restaurant in the hotel. Go anywhere else.

You're welcome.

25/05/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
9. Bob D.
Staying one night to cut down on drive time to an early class tomorrow.

Friendly staff.

Basic motel vibe.

It really should have cost half as much as I was charged but the Room is clean and the bed is decent. I'd have given it 3 stars if I paid half as much, but I've stayed at much much nicer places for the same money.

18/05/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
10. Daniella O.
Hotel is a piece of crap! Don't let the lobby fool you.  Very run down, dirty, holes in walls, curtains falling off rod and ceiling peeling, carpet coming up. If you don't believe me check date on mattress! Haven't replaced them since 1994! Springs poking almost through mattress! I'd rather camp on beach or sleep in my car!  Restaurant was very good for $3.95 breakfast.  Best part about whole experience

03/06/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
11. Jay D.
If you don't mind, "antenna" TV (I hear it's a throwback fad), and potholes in the parking lot, that you really only need a roof, decent air conditioning, parking lot accessibility, and you're only staying one night - it works in a pinch.  

If you don't expect much, and only ask for a decent shower and a bed, this is for you.  It's a simple place.

I stay here at least once a year because it's next to Marine Stadium (because of the annual Long Beach Dragon Boat Festival) and it's diagonal from In-N-Out.  Mind you, during the festival, this place is bustling.

I want to say, you get what you pay for, but I hold back and say it with a grin.  Bring a roommate.  Why I don't go elsewhere is beyond me, but for the reasons above, I always come back.  Call me a creature of habit?

Then again, when I stay, I'm here with friends and other dragon boat teammates of mine - which makes the stay that much more interesting and fun times.

23/03/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
12. Danielle I.
I left my review in the tips section...i do not recommend staying here

20/08/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
13. J C.
Holy CRAP! Do NOT stay here EVER! This place is horrible! Our room had blood spatters all over the drapes as if a murder took place in the room before we got there! The walls were peeling, the room smelled like a combo of mold, smoke, and urine! The floors were filthy. The ceiling had a huge, poorly patched hole. Mold on the lampshades that was BLACK! I can't even describe to you properly how disgusting this place was and do proper justice! No words can capture this monstrosity of an establishment.

06/06/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
14. Armando L.
Run down and ugly!!! the worst building on the block cant wait til some investor takes over the new plans for development!!! hurry up lol

Was just there for a friends wedding and still hasn't changed since the last time i was there like 10 years ago.

this place is suck in the 1970's with the seashell theme throughout the ripe carpets and wallpaper. parking lot is in bad shape. building is in very bad shape and owned by weirdos lol i could just image how bad the rooms are eww!

as soon as you walk out the walk towards the hotel it smells like sewer even inside.

27/09/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
15. Allison B.
Just. Plain. Nasty.  There really isnt much more to say other than the place is over run by prostitutes and people obviously on drugs and down on their luck.

Pitty because it looks to have once been a nice spot.

02/06/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
16. Frank D.
This place has seen better days but every Saturday during the summer they have a food truck event out front of the hotel. Driving up to this ratchet ass hotel I took one look and almost turned right around to leave. But hungry as always I persevered. There are at least half a dozen food trucks and what they claim to be a "full bar". Make no mistake by no means is this a full bar. Zero craft beer selection and a measly selection of piss water well liquors. I'll pass! The Food offerings on the other hand were delicious aside from the Red Robin Food truck(who goes to a food truck event to eat commercialized crap?). My advice get in, grub, and GTFO!!!

24/06/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
17. Richard A.
A bit nervous by the reviews, but like any review, it's just one persons experience.  Great location.  If you are looking to just rest your head after some partying, then this is the place. CHEAP and the rooms are clean. Definitely has a motel feel but, hey it beats sleeping in the car in a parking lot. Staff was friendly and nice.

10/02/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
18. Chandie F.
I cannot believe this hotel still exists in this part of Long Beach. It is a prime location and this place is GROSS...disgusting, dirty, smelly, awful...I can't even think of an adjective horrible enough to describe it. I had friends that were staying on their boat in the marina (beautiful marina, btw!) and so, for convenience sake, I booked a room at the Seaport. Worst $130 I have ever spent. The carpet was sticky, the bathroom was furry, and everything down to the remote was labeled with a price sticker in case you opted to steal it. Fat chance! I wouldn't even use the towels here, let alone steal one! I literally slept in my clothes. Do yourself a favor and stay far away from this run down 70's era dump.

PCH & Second project, you have my full support! This corner deserves sooooo much better!

26/10/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
19. Mary C.
Thanks to it's close location to the Dragon Boat race site in Long Beach, this hotel has been the prime check-in point for my dragon boat for as long as I can remember.

I don't really have complaints about the hotel itself. It offers the bare minimum of having clean amenities and in all honesty, giving us out-of-town dragon boat paddlers a place to stay for the weekend. I guess to be nit-picky, it would have been nice to have some free wi-fi, especially for students trying to turn a paper in online. :p

21/05/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
20. Julie B.
With an overall rating of just two stars here on Yelp, it would seem that there's little need for another less-than-stellar review. You already get the point, right?

Sometimes, though, it just feels good let it all out. I had initially marked this hotel as two stars - just because the doors locked properly and the toilet flushed. It isn't the sort of place I'd have randomly chosen to stay - a weekend event I was attending was being hosted there. The fact is, though - the accommodations were awful. As a friend pointed out, the ONLY good thing about the place was the event itself and the people I know who attended - the hotel can't take any credit for that!

My first impression of the place, from the parking lot, exterior and lobby was that it was run down. A nice, middle-class type later mid-century building at one time, the detail maintenance has long since gone by the wayside. My friend and I checked in - the process was, at least painless and quick, and we were given a map to our room.

Our room was one of two accessed through a dark, poorly lit corner hallway. We walked in and tossed our bags on the "double" beds, and gave the room a glance around. The very first thing to catch my roommate's eye was the price list. For what you ask? Replacement costs. That's right. There's a price for each and every item in that room, should something be discovered missing. Swipe their tv remote?  It'll cost you $50. Missing handtowels are charged at $20 each. The armoire (spelled "amore" on the list) is $1000 to replace. We read through the whole list laughing - replacing the chipped, aged 70's pressboard chest of drawers would cost $500? Really? And we had to wonder just who was going to drive off with it.

The rooms are also under appointed. Among the amenities listed on the website are the standards for a basic two-bed room: an iron and ironing board, hair dryer, self-service coffee. I don't know just what level of "suite" you have to have in order to get these things, but we certainly didn't have them, nor did anyone we compared notes with. We walked to the nearby Walgreens and bought both a blow-dryer and an iron. Really. We even left the iron.

There were no hangers to hang our clothes with, so we called to the front desk and asked for some - twelve, to be exact. We were told they'd be brought to the room, but they called shortly after saying they could only find eight hangers (for the whole hotel) and that we could pick them up at the desk.

The beds are VERY small and short, and that's coming from a gal who is 5'4", staying with a gent who is 5'9". That's not to mention the fact that the mattresses turned out to be horribly old, soft and uncomfortable. They may well be the original mattresses. The towels are old and many have lots of snags, and sometimes come with stains that, while you know they've been washed, kinda give you that "uggh" shudder.

There are two sinks in the room - one at the vanity, and one in the bathroom proper. We couldn't get hot water to the one at the vanity - after comparing notes with friends in other rooms, we realized that they had shut the hot water valves off for all the vanity sinks. The bathroom was unpleasant - wretched lighting, a stained and moldy ceiling. Worse, the bottom of the door frame, next to the shower (it is a shower only, no bathtub) was buckled and split where water had seeped into the wall over the years, swelling the lathe and plaster and rotting the wood of the frame.

And that's just the room itself. Being away while the room was cleaned by housekeeping, we came back to find that my bottle of Rx pills was partly open on top of my open makeup kit - and sure enough, one of the pills was gone! We put out the "Do Not Disturb" sign the next day, but it was ignored, and sure enough - housekeeping found the pills again, even though I moved them! Yet another one was missing.

Finally, the main building. It is dingy and old, where it used to be kinda cool and kitsch. The lobby furniture is a mish-mash of various styles of 80s sofas, probably purchased used from other hotels. The exterior steps leading to the upstairs conference rooms were straight out dangerous, with several of the covered steps tipped downwards with time and weight. Inside, the steps to the main ballroom were still straight, but their astroturf-like carpeting was fraying and split at the edges, repaired with duck tape along the edges. The ballroom had a "bar" but I wouldn't recommend drinking there unless you're part of a captive audience like we were!

Overall, it just wasn't up to snuff - for anything! If you're planning a weekender, convention, reunion - do yourself and your guest/members a favor, and raise your ticket prices if that's what you need to do to get a better venue. And if you're just traveling and need to stay in Long Beach, there's at least six of the standard chain hotels available at reasonable rates. They may not have "character" - but you'll enjoy your stay a whole lot more.

19/10/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
21. Ariel R.
I was scared by all the crappy reviews of this place, but after staying here, I can say it isn't all that bad. Fancy, classy, romantic? Hell no. Dirty and smelly? No. If you're looking for a fancy "hang out in the day and enjoy the hotel amenities" kind of place, this definitely isn't it. It's super basic - you get a TV, a bed, a shower, a fridge, and a coffee maker. If you're looking for an affordable place to crash for the night, this will fit the bill. It was clean, the staff courteous, and you can't complain about the price.

That being said, I remember coming here for a Big Red Bus bar crawl pre-party... hotel could stand for a major overhaul, it's prime location, and a shame they don't do more with it.

06/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
22. Jaime H.
Had a memorial service here for my grandfather. When I showed up 20 minutes before the service was supposed to start, not a single table or chair was set up (my mom and aunt were coordinating the event but were pretty distraught and too nice to say anything about the lack of preparation on the hotel's part) . The person at the front desk was extremely un-helpful insisting he didn't have any staff to help me (even though there was someone standing right next to him doing nothing). I had a 2-year old and 4-month old in tote and had to start setting up the tables and chairs myself. Eventually someone felt sorry for me and starting helping (although he said he wanted to put the table cloths on and made me unfold the tables which were giving me splinters). The chairs were disgusting with holes in them. The whole hotel is disgusting; nothing has been renovated probably since the 60s. There are four payphones in the lobby (really??) Clearly the owner and/or management have no desire to bring this place business so I don't understand why they don't sell it because it's taking up prime real estate on the beautiful marina. This place is a huge eye sore and the city of Long Beach would be better off without it. You can read my other Yelp reviews, I give good reviews whenever possible. I have NOTHING good to say about this place. It's a dump!

31/03/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
23. Gourmet G.
Despite the fancy name, this two-story property - which caters to families and groups - falls squarely into the motel category, and not quite as nicely as some of the national discount chains do. When I stayed here, the place seemed eerily deserted, as if it was on the verge of demolition and no one had thought to advise the front desk staff that guest registration had come to an end. The public spaces and hallways reverberated with the unsettling sounds of silence. Although the room was clean, its decor was cheerless and everything was worn around the edges, and there were few guest amenities, not even the coffee maker that has become standard equipment in even third-class dives. Water pressure was weak, and the noise made by the air-conditioning unit embedded in the wall suggested it was working better than it did. It was conveniently located for my needs during a two-night stay, but I hardly would recommend it to anyone for a week-long vacation. Current rates start at $107 per night, more than the place is worth.

20/04/06 | Link | Rating: 2.0
24. C W.
I hosted a meeting at this hotel and with the contract and information about booking the meeting room I was told I would get a comp room for the meeting host.  

They would not honor their word on the free room and told me that was a mistake and only for larger events.  Basically telling me the little guy doesn't matter and my business is basically not important enough for them to honor it.

My group gets to the meeting room and the place looks pretty run down, the meeting room smelled like they sprayed a heavy amount of cleaner to offset the nasty smell of the room.  The water service for the room was a dirty water cooler with plastic cups.   The front desk didn't even know what room we had rented or where it was.

Overall the place worked but not at all a good experience considering the price is just  about on beat with other places in the area when it comes to meetings.  I have many more things to host in Long Beach so I will be looking for a new place unless the price comes down a little to match the actual quality and service of the meeting venue.

23/04/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
25. Grant A.
Not exactly welcoming. We were supposed to stay at this hotel during our last trip. When we pulled up to check in there were Police everywhere, seemed as if there was some sort of fight going on. We pulled roots and abandoned our reservations and proceeded to a better, cleaner, safer hotel.

The hotel is rundown, and should fall into the Motel classification rather than hotel. At night it does look like a by the hour motel, if you get what i mean.

Overall you can find better quality places to stay in the same area for the same amount.

06/12/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
26. Brett C.
This is by far the most disgusting place I have ever stayed at. They call themselves a hotel but it appears they are an apartment complex for Cal State Long Beach college students. There was a sign in the lobby that the pool was closed for repairs even though it was full of water, but the gate was locked shut. The carpet and ceiling in the room were covered in stains and dirt. There was no blow dryer, no coffee maker, an iron but no ironing board. The TV had a cable hookup but it was primarily static. The grounds were disgusting. It was immediately obvious that people were living here full time as there was different types of patio furniture on the different patios & balconies. Some had bicycles and some had BBQs. I saw eviction notices on two different doors signed by the Embassy Resident Advisor (foreign exchange students perhaps?). Management apparently lacks the decency to keep partying college student residents separated from tourists.  My wife and I were basically staying in a college dormitory. I woke up around 2:30am and couldn't go back to sleep thinking how disgusting this place was and took off around 5am just to get out of there.  It's conveniently located near 2nd Street which is a cool part of Long Beach and I thought for $125 per night I would be in a somewhat decent place, but I was regretting I hadn't booked Motel 6. Do yourself a favor and steer clear of this disgusting dive joint.

08/06/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
27. Salina C.
I stayed her once before with a group of friends and there wasn't much of a problem. With the exception of a disgusting bathroom, with a sticky floor. When I realized I would be needing to stay in a hotel again, I figured why not stay here again. After all, I could live with the bathroom, right?  Let me tell you, It was a mistake. The floors were so dirty that after taking a shower in their horrible shower (took forever for the water to be anything but ice cold),  and walking back to the bed space, my feet were black on the bottom. Also, I'm a bit horrified after reading other reviews claiming about bedbugs. After sleeping there, I woke up with two different bug bites on my legs. Another lovely thing we happened to notice was that no one bothered to clean out the coffee machine, because inside the coffee machine was old dirty coffee water. However, my all time favorite part about staying at Sea Port Marina Hotel, was definitely finding someone's disgusting bloody scab under the covers. Will NOT be returning, do not stay here.

24/03/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
28. Leslie D.
Do not stay here! The lobby is gross, but not horrific. When I checked in and started to go to my room (drove around and around), I was terrified. It looks like a crack house with transients sitting against the wall and people drinking in the dirty parking lot. Concrete was cracked, weeds growing out, trash all over the place...what the hell? They actually charged me $120.00 per night to stay there. I couldn't do it and left. Honestly, it reminds me of a scary, crack hotel. Don't do it!

30/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
29. Darcy W.
BEWARE!!! DONT EVER STAY HERE! Gross , nasty , DIRTY MOTEL! The rooms they show online remodeled are not the rooms you will stay in . The room we stayed in was old, beds were disgusting. Bathroom was foul. After the shower the white towel on the floor turned black from all the dirt on the floor! Did not feel safe and the room doors did not lock, shady people all around! STAY AWAY !

01/04/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
30. LisaMarie G.
Hotel staff is incredibly rude and rooms are disgusting! If the staff hate their job as much as their attitude exudes, then get a new job! For the past three years, I've stayed here for a Labor day weekender. I booked a double bed pool side room back in April. I called a week before the event to make sure everything was ok, I was confirmed TWO beds however not guaranteed pool side. I tried to explain to the receptionist that i was told i would have the pool side and was even given a number. She quickly cut me off mid sentence and said "sorry, we don't guarantee anything". When i arrived to my room, it had ONE bed not two like i requested! I called the front desk and i basically got the "we'ere sold out, you can leave if you don't like it' attitude! My back patio door would not lock and the carpets were horribly stained and the room wreaked in old mold and as if wet rags have been left laying around. You bet your ass that I checked out the next morning!

29/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
31. Stacy B.
This seaport hotel in long beach was the worst experience I ever had. Not only is the staff the rudest, unethical non customer service staff I have ever encountered but in addition to that the rooms were gross and dirty. The clerk makes a huge mistake on my paperwork so they have two fake looking tough guys banging on my door at night. I will be complaining to whomever owns this joke of a hotel.

22/11/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
32. Linsey J.
Literally the most disgusting motel I could ever imagine encountering. I got pink eye (thee worst bout of pink eye I've ever had) from their dirty used pillow (which I didn't realize how dirty it was until after I slept on it all night and woke up with pink eye), dirt was all over the sinks and mini pullout couch, the sinks and bathrooms were disgusting, there was NO SOAP in the entire room/ bathroom. I called and asked for soap and clean towels NUMEROUS times with no response. Unprofessional, oblivious staff. It's like they literally won't even face what's going on. I would never recommend anyone to stay here, unless you wanna leave with pink eye or bed bugs attached to all your luggage.

09/03/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
33. Julie W.
I'll correct myself. I guess it isn't fair to mention the blood spatter, because it was technically outside the room. There was, however, small drops of blood on the pillows (a sign of bedbugs). My aunt also wanted me to point out that she found a strange bug on the floor of the bathroom. Not knowing what bedbugs looked like, she ignored it and just thought the room was "seedy" (her words). Later that day, when a friend showed a picture of one, she gasped "that's it!" The wifi situation is also really weird. You have to call a number and give a random guy (technical support) your credit card number. LOL.

This used to be a really nice hotel, no? Didn't Elvis stay there once?

15/08/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
34. Kent F.
it's New Years.. expensive rooms far apart from other parts of the hotel. coldest night since I moved out here. rooms have a mini fridge for executive rooms and also a AC. turned it on to warm up and was all smokey. instantly the smoke alarm goes off and all I could say to myself was.. "is it really gonna be one of those nights?". thankfully I aired this bitch out before we had to evac lol

01/01/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
35. L K.
Place is a dump. Really that's all I can say. Too bad I can't give it negative 5 stars

27/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
36. Sean T.
What a beautiful area this hotel is in and great location due to it being close to the beach and very close to lots of restaurants and shopping. The customer service was great very friendly and willing to help in any way they could. Let me tell you about the cafe, continental breakfast included and you can also order a full breakfast for just under $5 and it was delicious. Will defiantly be coming back soon! The rooms were very accommodating and comfy. My room had a fridge that was very helpful and a laundry room so I didn't have to leave to wash clothes! I defiantly will come back!

22/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
37. Kathy B.
Where do I begin... Just don't stay here!  Filthy, 1960s OLD, pot-holed parking lot, everything is broken, did I say FILTHY!!! This place should not be allowed to call itself a "Hotel" (which implies a certain standard), every roadside motel has been a step UP to this roach motel.  Absolutely disgusted!

16/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
38. Angeline G.
Drove here from SD to help support Toys for Tots and see one of the best local bands/artist Unwritten Law!! This hotel has a great location, very close to the water but is very very old! Needs some updating for sure! But has great eatary around the area!

25/12/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
39. Sandra J.
It's convenient for a night if you don't want to drive home. But not to stay for a week or for the weekend. The ac unit in my room was broken and the shower needs to be updated and one of the towels had stains on it :-( . The beds are comfortable :-) . 2 stares for the price and comfy beds.

28/11/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
40. Alyssa D.
I honestly have never stayed in a worse establishment in my entire life. I couldn't even tell people where I was staying during the fourth of July weekend because I was legitimately embarrassed. We chose to stay here because the price was good and they allowed dogs. The website promised newly renovated rooms, mini fridge, hair dryer, etc. The room was DISGUSTING. Like are you people even trying? None of the outlets worked, there was no fridge or blow dryer. The wallpaper was peeling off and the molding along the floor was literally falling down. This place needs to be burnt to the ground. I had low expectations due to the already bad reviews but literally nothing could have prepared me for how terrible it really was. I'll let my photos do the rest of the explaining. Do yourself a favor and shovel some extra money out to stay somewhere that deserves your business.

06/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
41. Vic C.
This review is based on the conference rooms. I, along with a few others, organized an event here during the month of April a few years back. I was working with a few other people on trying to plan a national event and so we also needed to see if this hotel would give fellow participants of this event a good discounted price (we also get discounted prices from the other hotels around the area as well).

Anyways, the manager was really helpful in working with us in trying to get a good discounted rate and also was great at accommodating us with our request for things we needed in the conference rooms we were using. But I was disappointed that they did not have the tables or chairs set up. I ended up putting the tables up and move the around in the room where they needed to be (just a little bit of my own elbow grease put into it).

Some of the participants from our national event were staying here (at a discounted rate that I had mentioned earlier) and I was sad to see their rooms. They were pretty small and not exactly that nice (I was pretty glad I was not staying there). The furniture and decor in the rooms and in the hotel in general are a bit outdated and really could use a face lift or one of those hotel impossible redo's or something.

Overall, I think this hotel is just fine to hold an event in case you are looking for a conference room for a meeting and such (but I wouldn't consider this place for a special event like a wedding or something though).

There is plenty of parking spots in their lot and also this hotel is located pretty close to Belmont Shore & Naples, with plenty of great restaurant eats to dine at.

03/04/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
42. G T.
Had an event here and looked up prices out of curiosity.  They were charging $87 mid-week!!! They really should pay folks to stay here. It's filthy. The conference room ceiling was leaking.  The bathroom ceiling was leaking, there was no soap or paper towels.  The handicap stall has a saloon-type door that doesn't lock.  If you have an event here, bring  hand wipes.
If I hadn't seen a price to stay, I would think it was an abandoned hotel.  It doesn't appear to have had any maintenance or attention in years.  The lobby is decent and that's where it ends.

18/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
43. Tamera W.
We stayed at this hotel 2 years ago and it wasn't bad at all I couldn't believe the bad reviews it got, however

I go to the long beach races ever year so this year we decided to go back to the seaport because I how close it was tithe stadium.

Our room smelled and the bathroom was horrible, the toilet was never fully cleaned because there was blood stains in the side next to the trash can. Gross!!

The room was next to the pool so that was nice but the pool was gross and needed to be cleaned out.

We stayed 2 nights and the first day we left at 7 am for the races and when we got back we never had maid service, so I had to walk to the front desk for towels.

The sheets where never washed because we had a shit stain in the side sheet.

The second night it rained and the roof leaked all over the non poop sheets. They offered to move us rooms but by the time they could find us a clean room we just checked out.

When we went to check out the hotel staff only offers us a 10 dollar a night discount for our stay, not worth it.

For the price I paid a night I would of rather stay at the hotel 6 down the street.

04/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
44. Sarem B.
This place is disgusting!!!! My friend and I came down to visit and we planned to book a room here but we made sure to look at it first. We wanted the deluxe room that was refurnished they offered us it for about $400 for 3 nights. We looked at the room and immediately evacuated the premises and found another hotel thank god. Don't come here this hotel needs more than just a paint job and some new lamps. Shocked that it hasn't closed down.

02/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
45. Eric S.
Staff is good but this is a slum. I don't have more to say.  It's not a place to stay at,  meaning No. Unless desperate you won't stay th

21/05/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
46. Lu P.
This hotel had got to be in the best location! It was easy to navigate with my husband and daughter to Belmont Shores and restaurants like Open Sesame (yum) and Le Creperie (double yum). The hotel is definitely aged but I'd give them stars for trying to improve while We stayed there. I saw some staff working on rooms and took a peek at some of their remodel. I'm for better change and liked that I saw them working. Great staff. I stayed in the "anchor" room. Plain but clean and furniture isn't old like the hotel. Bathroom need new flooring

24/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0