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#92776 - 10/13/04 05:37 PM Banana Beach question  
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DonnaF Offline
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Someone that has stayed here, maybe you can advise me.
There seem to be several types of rooms and suites, with several different pricings. I want to be sure I am looking at an ocean view room. So the $140 rooms, are these ocean view?
Is there anything I need to know? A best view room?
Not interested in apartments, condos or anything that resembles having to cook. On vacation, no kitchens allowed. Now a coffee maker is necessary and frig would be nice to keep the drinks cold.

#92777 - 10/13/04 05:44 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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for an accurate responce, email Banana Beach and inquire. Then you will have it from the monkeys mouth.

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#92778 - 10/13/04 07:20 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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yup those $140 are frontage suites and do have what ur looking for BUT also include a range laugh
so, if ya are afeaid that make you wanna cook, just look the othwer way when you walk by

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#92779 - 10/13/04 07:44 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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DonnaF Offline
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klcman - thank you for the hardy laugh - I needed that! This researching drives me a bit batty!

#92780 - 10/14/04 01:49 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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Only the verandah rooms (first floor in the new section) don't have an oceanview - and it's only because the foliage has grown up so much alongside the blgd that it blocks the view. All rooms & suites have fridges but only the suites have the whole kitchen.

#92781 - 10/14/04 02:16 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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Barbara, most of the rooms that open onto the courtyard, don't have oceanviews.

Were you trying to explain the new portion of the resort only? Even in that case, in some of the rooms, the view of the ocean is not totally unobstructed.

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#92782 - 10/14/04 02:45 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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seashell - when you advise people please state that you rarely visit San Pedro and that your last visit was more than 2 plus years ago-why not leave advice to people who have visited here more frequently and more recently.

#92783 - 10/14/04 03:02 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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For Pete's sake Pedro, give it up. Get over yourself and take care of your own "issues".

#92784 - 10/14/04 03:09 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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Pedro, why would I tell people that I haven't been there for more than 2 years, when it has been quite a bit less time than that?

And even if it had been more than 2 years, which it has not been that long, everything I've said is correct anyway. smile

And Teenah, Pedro is taking care of his own issues. LOL. He thinks he's got a burr under his saddle.

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#92785 - 10/14/04 03:15 PM Re: Banana Beach question  
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...just another day in paradise :rolleyes:

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