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Company Info: Rating: 4.00
Address: 1370 E Hiawatha Dr, Wisconsin Dells, WI, 53965
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1. Jasmin M.
I'm very torn about this place and how many stars to give it! I wanted a room with a jacuzzi, and some place not in the heart of everything. Aloha Beach seemed to give the best bang for your buck. This is a place that I would call "kid friendly". I'm a mom myself and hate when people complain about children in their reviews, but the kids at this place were quite rambunctious! If you're looking for a quiet trip, don't stay here when school is out of session. Once the weekend hit, there was no possible way to go to bed early or sleep late. The walls and ceilings are quite thin!
I did love that this place was right on the lake. If you're into water sports, this might be the place for you. The hotel has boats you can use, but for all of your other water sporting needs, there's a little place up the road with various things for rent.
They have a hotel and a motel, and I do hope the condition of the rooms in the motel were no worse than the so-called "Jacuzzi Suite"! Both of the handles on the jacuzzi were broken, the box spring was stained, and the "suite" is no suite at all! It had a tiny frig and microwave... that's it! It seemed very misrepresented! This mom&pop "hotel" definitely has a motel feel!
They have indoor and outdoor pools here (but no lifeguard), and a playlot. They also have grills outside if you want to BBQ. There's an arcade in the basement, but most of the games were either broken or stole your money. They have a little "store" at the front desk which sells charcoal, sodas, plates, and just about anything you might need.
The rooms don't come with an iron, but you can request one. They have coffee for free in the morning by the front desk, and a washer and dryer in the basement which came in handy. But certainly no room service.
I liked this place a lot because they seemed to have thought of everything. The low rating came with not only the condition of the rooms, but what appeared to be a blood stain, and the problem I had surrounding it. So there was a blood stain on the comforter that I did not put there! I complained and was told "Some stains just don't come out"! I was in total shock and asked for another comforter. Apparently, they only have one comforter per room, because when the maid took mine, it wasn't returned till the next day. I was given the same comforter, and it appeared that they tried to unsuccessfully remove the stain with bleach. I spent the rest of my stay without a comforter.
Maybe the comforter was "clean", but that was incredibly gross! And if it weren't for that comforter, I might have stayed there again on my next trip to the Dells.
13/05/11 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
2. Brittany C.
I love Wisonsin Dells--I always have, and, thanks to Aloha, I beleive I always will.
I am not much for waterparks in general, especially ones that are indoors. In Wisco Dells, these monstousities are all the rage, making it hard to find a hotel that is relazxig and befitted a twenty-something (and not so strenous on the pocket book).
There are a bunch of cabin-type hotels, but these tend to be to be a little rustic for my "I hate to leave the comfotrts of the city" taste. Aloha is a good compromise: clean rooms without all the glitz.
Some of my favorite things about Aloha: its family owned: Same cute little polish family since it opened. It is right on lake delton. Has Indoor and outdoor pools/hot tubs, Tons of paddle boats and conoes on the lake (who woulda thought I would LOVE paddle boating!!!). Clean rooms. Super-accomodating staff.
Check it out if you are looking for a nice family-owned hotel on the lake without the heavy glitz (and price tag).
20/01/09 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
3. Jennifer B.
Our family group of 24 found Aloha Beach by a fluke but were glad we did. After refusing to stay at another motel that was disgusting we went to Aloha Beach to look at the rooms and were very happy. The rooms are clean (bathrooms were clean too...no gross body hair found) they all have lake views of Lake Delton. The staff is friendly and you can tell there is pride of ownership. Keep in mind rates are reasonable so you will not get a Deluxe condo like at the Wilderness however this is very family friendly and will not bust the bank and still offers two pools and hot tubs(indoor and outdoor) kiddie pool, sauna, paddle boats, canoes, sand volleyball, play area for kids, fire pits, grills and swimming in the nice lake frontage. The outdoor grounds are beautiful and well maintained. Our family tends to be picky, however this trip we wanted to scale back and take advantage of the Dells attractions instead of spending all our time at one pricey resort. Rooms range (mid week summertime) from $119 -179. This place made our kids interact with one another and reminded us adults of the trips we had to the Dells when we were kids. If you are ultra picky you may find complaints, but no where is perfect especially in the Dells! We will return here and were happy to have found this gem.
08/08/12 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
4. Karen G.
Aloha Beach has been my family's Wisconsin Dells resort since I was a kid, and it is never a disappointment. They staff is always working hard to make sure the outside and pools stay clean and the front desk staff is very friendly and helpful.
They have canoes and paddle boats that you can take on lake Delton that are free to use with your stay. They have fishing, 2 pools, fire pits, and they are a close drive to the tourist attractions. Its a very relaxing get away and its at a reasonable price, I will back again!
23/08/13 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
5. Ann Marie H.
We go to the Dells a few times a year. We usually stay at one of the huge resorts. However, we noticed our kids don't like the indoor resorts, so we decided against it this off season. Our criteria was an indoor pool, and on the water. Aloha Beach has that, so we thought we'd give it a shot.
It was the cleanest place I've ever been. I usually don't notice things like that. As long as it is clean, I'm ok. But this was noticeably clean, if that makes sense. As in WOW, this place is immaculate! Not only was the room spotless, the pool area was as well. (Outside there was a lot of geese poop in the grass, but it's the time of year, and the geese were worth it.)
We got an upgrade, which was nice, although the room with the privacy wall makes it a problem for everyone to watch TV. Keep that in mind. Also, you have to turn the fridge on/up to get it to work.
The grounds were beautiful, especially this time of year. We came a bit late for the paddleboats and canoes, though. But it was nice enough that we want to try our summer trip here, because I think we are all waterparked out, and we just need regular pools and the lake. The price is right, and then some. I only wish they had suites or cabins with kitchens because we like to cook. They do have grills and firepits, though, so we CAN grill if we want. (We pick up meat in Black Earth on the way in.)
The price can't be beat, either. My only minor quibble was the room was kind of noisy. I heard people upstairs, and next to us, but we normally go for cabins and villas and the like, or places with HUGE ceilings. NO ONE ELSE NOTICED, just me. I am hypersensitive to that. We will be going again. Might even try Noah's Ark!
23/10/12 | Link
| Rating: 4.0