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This is the first time we have stayed in low country. We have started looking for places to spend part of the winter away from the cold Northeast. We were looking for a place to stay that would accommodate our dogs. This was a great...More
We had a great two-night stay in mid February. The location is fantastic -- directly on the beach with unobstructed view of the ocean from our room. The balcony was large enough to fit our two beach chairs -- no extra room but it worked...More
Just arrived and checked-in. Certainly too early for a meaningful, well-rounded review. Though in terms of initial thoughts & remarks – I have been impressed. From the outset, the staff at Tides (notably, Erin, Ashley, & Jay) was amiable, generously accommodating, and possessed senses of...More
We went for 3days with girl friends .the hotel was clean and good but not for 100$ it was full of young people to have fun there and enjoy the night we had a terrible noises from our next door room in the middle of...More
We paid nearly 300$ incl. !!!95$ pet fee!!! for a one night stay in a hotel which is nothing like a better youth hostel but dirty, loud and cold.
The rooms are ‚redone’ but tiny and equipped with a stone floor, very cold. The heating/ac...More
Response from Matthew Z, General Manager at Tides Folly BeachResponded 3 weeks ago
I would like to extend my sincerest apologies that you were not 100% satisfied with your stay at Tides Folly Beach. I cannot tell you how disappointed I was to read that you had not enjoyed your stay and I wish I had had an...More
The hotel is only a few stories high to start with. They have elevators. The disabled room had a fairly large bathroom with a walk-in shower (I believe there still was a small lip at the floor) and there was also a... More
The hotel is only a few stories high to start with. They have elevators. The disabled room had a fairly large bathroom with a walk-in shower (I believe there still was a small lip at the floor) and there was also a removable shower chair. The sink could accommodate a wheel chair being up to it.