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July 18, 2005
From journal The Royal Floridian is the best of the beach
St. Joseph, Missouri
March 21, 2005
When I checked in, two different visibly upset tenants were at the desk. That didn't bother me, since some people are never happy. Later, my experience made me conclude the staff didn't seem like they wanted to be there--they looked past you and didn't seem interested in you. They would tell you what they thought you wanted to hear. When you're standing at the desk and the clerk and the manager are on the side, yucking it up while you're waiting, it doesn't leave a good impression. You don't have to kiss my rear, but you do have to acknowledge me! A little attention to detail could make this a great resort, but as it sits now, I wouldn't choose to return.
From journal Royal Floridian February 2005
North Attleboro, Massachusetts
October 4, 2004
From journal Week at Ormond Beach
July 31, 2004
From journal Vacation at Royal Floridian
Wheeling, West Virginia
June 8, 2004
The beauty continues up into your room. We had a two bedroom suite with an oceanfront view. The balcony was large and we ate breakfast out there a few times. The kitchen was sufficient for cooking meals and everything you needed was supplied for you.
There were planned activities such as karaoke and hair braiding by the pool. They also offered fishing, shuffleboard, and mini golf at no extra charge. The game room was extensive and we spent many nights down at the pool table. The fitness room falls short of my expectations. There were only four machines and a TV crammed into a small room next to the indoor pool so that wet children would run in and play on all these machines and they would usually end up falling down and hurting themselves. My only questions, where were the parents? Also, the indoor pool has so much chlorine that you can smell it from the lobby. If you were to actually swim in it, your eyes and nose burned without even going under the water. The indoor Jacuzzi was nice though crowded, especially if it rained.
The resort is located directly across the street from a shopping plaza and Eckerd's so you can easily eat a meal at TGIF or pick up some groceries to cook inside your room.
This was a wonderful resort, despite the small unpleasantries such as the fitness room, and I plan to go again soon.
From journal Ormond Beach
March 17, 2004
From journal What got us into timeshares
September 8, 2003
From journal Desination Daytona Beach
by Mary Dickinson
March 20, 2003
Nearby the 29th Floor Restaurant is up on the top of a very tall building on the beach and has a 360 degree view. Good food with good prices. Rule of thumb: always look in magazines and brochures about the area for info and discount coupons.
From journal Oceanview
Voorheesville, New York
February 19, 2003
If you are planning a Florida beach vacation, this is a really nice play to stay. The beach itself is great, but if you want to get away from the beach for a day the space center is about an hours drive south. Beaches with no development are about a 30 minute drive to the north (park along the road, walk over the dune, and enjoy a beach by yourself!), glitz and noise in Orlando about 90 minutes west, and quiet parks and cultural areas (art museum, John D. Rockefeller home) a few blocks away. I wish I was there now!
From journal 10 days in Ormond Beach
January 18, 2002
And they have a website : www.hotelkamana.com
There is a computer connected to the Internet in the reception hall.
From journal Travelogue : Peru