Soo I booked three rooms out I called to make sure everything was fine n I was givin the option of payin there.. I thought that was awesome not once did they mention a deposit or anything I would need right away.. They had my phone number and email address n cancelled my reservation with out even contacting me. I was livid.. All they sent was an unprofessional email sayin update my booking. When I called to do so my rooms where already booked out. I am sooo upset because as good as this motel looked on the outside the ppl there uncharged aren't so loyal or responsible. I guess they feel as tho if they cancel my bookings o well they can get 3 more and in less than 24 hrs they did. That is no way to treat a customer.. Sooo I advise ppl to have other options when bookin with this motel because you never know when there gona just up and cancel you out.
on arrival we found the parking to be somewhat awkward , however this being the status quo for most of wildwood crest. having left the ferrari home, we surficed in the parking arangements, the room was tastefuly decorated although somking wasn't allowed in the rooms, but obviously this didn't stop us from enjoying a smoke or fine cigar at the table just outside our room , the room appointments were adequate and we found it to be immaculate. the atmosphere reflected a rather relaxed 1950's decor , with oldies music playing just outside the rooms , wich we enjoyed. overall the entire property was kept tidy at all times , and the hosts (adamo , jeanne, and son) made us feel welcome , serving continental breakfast and providing a morning newspaper , also acting as concierge when needed. the rates we found to be fair and modestly priced. the aztec exults a charmimg transcendence, and we look forward to our next stay.
I was looking for a hotel room, but the hotels were either booked or very expensive. I finally called the Aztec Motel and they had what I was looking for, for a great price. I was hesitant because I was also booking for friends of ours who were going on vacation with us. It turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. My only complaint was that the bathroom was a little small, but that paled next to the great service.
When someone would check out of the hotel, housekeeping would clean every surface with antibacterial spray and put all the bed sheets including the covers into the laundry. I found this very impressive. The pool was great and it would be cleaned every night. The front desk was always available and eager to answer any and all question.
It was a block away from the beach and walking distance to the boardwalk. I have been to four hotels in Wildwood, and would choose this one again hands down.
This is not a family oriented hotel, rather a group of irresponsible adults, with even more irresponsible children, let me explain.
My fiance and I rented a " Honeymooners Suite," which really meant we pay an extra sum for a smaller corner space made into a room with a stove. We had one window which views to the sundeck on the otherside of the window. This is what happened. . .
Every room is assigned a table and two chairs for as a room benefit. We had a bigger table right outside our window with an umbrella in it, which was ours according to the hotel staff. However, whenever we wanted to use our table, we couldnt, because everyone decided their assigned table wasnt good enough, so they would migrate down to our table by the family and take our assigned honeymooners table which was right outside our window.
So here were my options. . . 1) be confrontational with the other guests and tell them to go back to their assigned table so we could enjoy ours that we paid for. 2) Deal with the fact that when I was in my room, I'd have to accept that everybody would make it a point to stare and look through my window for the whole time, while me and my fiance were inside the room like an exhibit, as they sat at our table. 3) Keep my privacy at a maximum 24/7 by keeping the blinds shut all the time and feel like I was in a crypt because now I have no light coming in as if I was in a prison lockdown.
But enough of that, here are the other problems. . 1) The adults in the company of their children were getting sloshed, on the sundeck via bottles of hard liquor, via Jagermiester, therefore disturbing the peace by getting loud, ashing their major amounts of cigarettes onto my new car below, and even gawking through my window some more at me and my fiance while refusing to give up our table to us.
2) Since the adults dismissed the responsibility of parenthood by getting drunk, their rampant children ravaged through the upper balcony, and actually took a metal cap (sharp decorative metal pyramid shaped topper used to decorate railing posts, and threw it at my fiance down below, just missing her head, and striking her shoulder, hurting her, and giving her a nice red cut.
3) There are no rules, and no enforcement of safety to make this hotel a great experiece.
As I checked out of the room and told of my experience, I was just told sorry, and was not even offered any sort of compensation (maybe a discount on a night or a percentage off the bill would have been nice) for my fiance's bruise and our feeling violated as our ammenities were taken from us by others. As I told her of the experiences she said that I should have come to her sooner, when I brought to her attention my fiance had already spoken with her and she then had nothing to say. But, I guess sorry makes everything ok according to the hotel staff. If they had any inclination on how to run a business, then our experience at the Aztec would've been enjoyable.
P.S. The biscotti's at the continental breakfast were good, and the maid staff was good.
I just spent three days here and it was ok. The owners were pretty nice. They offered complimentary coffee and cookies in the morning. The pool was small, but clean. The room was tiny, and the bathroom was even more cramped. The shower was extremely narrow. The beds were very uncomfortable. The parking area near the pool was very narrow and difficult to get out of- especially with an SUV. I guess it was the typical beach motel.
It was clean and family owned. The owners are really nice people and the prices are fair. It is a rare find and we hope they stay around for a long time and don't sell off like all the other hotels that we grew up seeing at Wildwood.I would highly recomend it.
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