Read the decidedly mixed reviews about this place but made a reservation anyway. Only wanted to stay two nights and didn't care to pay $300+ per night at the only other true hotel or rent a condo for a week and pay way over a thousand. That said, the Holliday Inn was $195/night.
It has a bizarre layout and is apparently in two separate, house-like structures. Our room was subterranean (about a foot below ground level). I thought my wife was going to freak out as we first entered, but she said, "Oh, this is so beach-y!" The room had 2 queen beds and a kitchenette. While the unit was not large, it was not claustrophobic.
At least in our case, the bed linens were clean. Flat screen TV worked fine. Bathroom was tiny. The small fridge rolled out from under the counter when we tried the door. There were no ice cube trays in the freezer (ice was available in a vending area). The unit's floor was absolutely filthy. The pool and deck area were clean and well maintained.
Located very close to the main drag of Folly Beach and has easy access to the beach.
Given our short stay and modest expectations, the Holliday Inn met our limited needs.
My family and I chose this family owned hotel last minute for a weekend get-away and were very pleased with everything. We pretty much parked the car and were able to walk everywhere we needed to go (beach, restaurants, shopping). The hotel has a nice outside common area around the pool and the pool was very well maintained. Rooms are available with Kitchenettes and were very comfortable. Nice comfortable chairs were available outside the door to just relax outside if you wished. Mr. Holliday allowed us to keep our car parked in the limited number of spaces on Sunday after checkout so that we didn't have to hassle with finding parking while we went to the beach. Great weekend, Thank you Mr. Holliday.
I stayed at this hotel in March 2010 and was VERY disatisfied. This hotel is old, very nasty, and the owner/employee acted very strange. There were spider webs all in our room, trash on the floor, the chairs at the table had old dried gum stuck to the top of them, and the sheets on both beds were extremely dirty; hair and stains all over them. My mother and I went to the office to ask for new, clean sheets late at night and we were told "I have to bring them to you" This seemed very odd and my mother and I did not feel comfortable with a man coming to a dark motel room bringing us sheets late at night. He eventually brought us an arm full of balled up sheets that were dirty also. We were so disgusted at this point, we went to buy our own sheets. We had reservations for 2 nights, but needless to say, we cancelled our 2nd night. We couldn't get out of there fast enough. No one ever stay at Holliday (with 2 L's) Inn of Folly Beach!!
We arrived in Folly in the late afternoon without any reservations and received a great room. The beach was beautiful. We ate at The Crab Shack that evening and the food was very good and there was plenty of it, we were so full that no one even got to try the key lime pie. The beds were very comfortable. The rooms were clean and spacious. We had a microwave and a fridge, which was very nice to have for cold drinks after hanging out at the beach. The breakfast buffet was very good and had a good variety. We had a wonderful stay at this hotel.
these guys greeted my wife and I royally. Very laid back atmosphere. There was a big friendly dog I thought was cute.
The facilities were pretty much what you'd expect from a beach house turned int oa hotel. The room we had was upstairs and was nice. Very clean and cozy.
Location is great, not too far to walk for entertainment and dinner. Did not trust the pool.It was closed at the time anyway.
would recommend as a weekend getaway for couples.
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