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My wife and I have stayed a number of times and have always been treated very fairly and the room has always more than met our expectations. It is a small hotel on the Indian River and just across the river bridge from the beachside....More
We checked out of the Buena Vista earlier today and were sorry to leave. Do not go expecting glitz and glamour as this is an old Florida "motor court" with only eight rooms (all ground level), no pool, no restaurant and no room service. Do...More
This stay marks my eighth extended stay (two to three weeks at a time) at the Buena Vista Inn over a period of 7 years for business travel. Having now stayed in almost every room at the inn, I can confidently attest that each visit...More
I love this place! Quiet, relaxing, private and clean. Always a relaxing time! Close to the beach, restaurants, shops and bars. The price is great and it is easy to book your stay. Never any parking issues either. Can't wait to go back!
We only stayed for one night but everything was great. We arrived early and were allowed to check in early with no problems or extra fees. The room Manatee #3 was above my expectations. Don't understand what others meant by small? It has a nice...More
Response from lilyEastCoast | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Dogs are not allowed on the drive-on beach, in New Smyrna. However, there is a doggy beach, on the northwest side. Its called Smyrna Dunes Park. They charge you a day pass, like the drive-on beach. It's at the end of... More
Hi, Dogs are not allowed on the drive-on beach, in New Smyrna. However, there is a doggy beach, on the northwest side. Its called Smyrna Dunes Park. They charge you a day pass, like the drive-on beach. It's at the end of North Peninsula Ave, before the coast guard station, turn right and there should be a small hut in which you can pay. It's a fun beach.