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03/24/2015
By: Zally C.
Sunny Court Motel
In response to Brandon Talbot:Mr. Talbot is a Guest that we are not extending his stay and he is very upset. He has a right to his opinion and a right to review our property in whatever way he sees fit, but he does not have a right to the facts regarding the Sunny Court.The Sunny Court is a weekly rental facility. We do not offer monthly rentals and are not licensed to do so. We do not offer daily rentals or year leases. Mr. Talbot paid as a weekly transient guest as do all of our guests. Mr. Talbot enjoyed paying as a weekly, transient Guest and if he wanted to find a property as a yearly leased "Tenant" then there are other establishments that offer that. We make each applicant for our units fill out a Guest Application and each and every Guest has gone through a criminal background check. We deny any applicant with drug, prostitution or violent crime arrests within the past 5 years and deny any felony drug, prostitution or violent crime arrests within the past 7 years. The safety of our property and other Guests are important to us.The Sunny Court has a set of rules and regulations that cite Florida Statutes. Each and every applicant is explained our rules and regulations BEFORE their application is accepted and BEFORE renting a weekly unit. They are explained that any violation of our rules and regulations will result in us not extending their stay, regardless of their payment history. The safety, well being and happiness of our Guests are more important than people willing to pay on time and break our rules.The Sunny Court has an in office work order maintenance policy. When any maintenance issues arrive our Guests come into the office and fill out a "Work Order" IN WRITING, which they receive a copy of and is immediately forwarded to our maintenance staff for scheduling. At this time there are NO PENDING WORK ORDERS FROM MR TALBOT'S UNIT.We are sorry that Mr Talbot did not enjoy his time as a Guest at our unit and gave him more than the required notice that his stay would not be extended. For anyone that has ANY questions for us please feel free to email us at SunnyCourtMotel@gmail.com
02/21/2016
By: Lucy S.
Red Roof Inn
This is actually a decent hotel, if you get the right room. It's pet-friendly, so check the room before you pay. The people at the front desk are very nice about finding you a room that suits you. The smoking room smelled like a wet dog that hadn't had a bath in a year, but the nonsmoking room in another building of the hotel was pretty nice. I wasn't thrilled about the detergent they use on the sheets and towels (a little heavy and irritating), but the bed was comfy and the room was clean and the shower had plenty of water pressure and hot water, and that was the main thing for us. Good experience overall. Definitely worth looking at.
02/04/2013
By: patty.rykhus
Cactus Court Motel
I have had the pleasure of staying at the cactus on multiple occasions. It was comfortable, very clean, and quiet. The grounds are beautiful. Old Florida charm throughout. The owners were wonderful people. Truly a little peaceful oasis in a hustling bustling city.
03/25/2016
By: Diane V.
Motel 6
The people are great-helpful in every way-clean-bed, floors bathroom. Quiet and central to everything

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