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The Bon Aire is a kick-back to times past where families could enjoy a beachfront retreat without being gobbled up in a massive, impersonal facility. We stayed in room 211, which overlooks the beach with a shared breezeway to several rooms. This one bedroom apartment-styled...More
We enjoyed a lovely week here. The rooms are clean and spacious and it was great having a kitchen to do some of our own cooking. The beach is lovely and the hotel is close to shopping. There is a bus stop within a minutes...More
This was a great, relaxing getaway. Sort of a mom and pop place. If you can get a room by the pool, that's a bonus. Though there were quite a few guests, it was generally quiet. You can step right out to the beach. There...More
We love the Bon Aire. We have been coming here for 10 years. It is family owned and you see them everyday working hard to keep there jem beautiful. The grounds are so pretty with plants and flowers all around. 2 pools. There are so...More
I've stayed here twice and the place is dirty and the owners don't care about the service. Jackie is the rudest employee and doesn't care to be pleasant at all! Don't stay here when there are better and nicer resorts for the same price.More
3 Thank Sara P
Response from CGBon-Aire, Manager at Bon Aire ResortResponded 9 June 2017
Dear Sara P,
We are sorry to hear that we did not meet your expectations. We place a high value on guest room cleanliness and customer service provided. We do wish that we were made aware of your issues so we could have done our...More
Response from chaletswiss | Reviewed this property |
The resort has parallel 2 story structures that face each other, so yes there are a few rooms where the window faces the ocean, but none of the rooms have actuall private patios/balconies with lounge chairs or tables. as... More
The resort has parallel 2 story structures that face each other, so yes there are a few rooms where the window faces the ocean, but none of the rooms have actuall private patios/balconies with lounge chairs or tables. as they are the walkways to the various rooms. But the common area below have lounge chairs that face the ocean.
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"Not a bad room. Ours had two doors leading to either of the pools."