Ratings based on 106 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 2, 2015
Pros: Room was very spacious.
A terrible odor was in the refrigerator. Due to the odor we did not use the refrigerator.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom GA
Pet friendly and doesn't cost $200+ per nightPosted Nov 17, 2014
Pros: Price, large comfy rooms, pet-friendly and affable, accommodating staff.
Cons: Radiator in room made an assortment of noises, which the maintenance man addressed by whacking the fan housing, which did, in fact, reduce the noise.
Location: Jekyll Island is indescribably beautiful. You will not find any other easily accessible destination on the Atlantic coast with miles of empty beach
I'm retired and on a limited income. For years I've been coming to Jekyll and staying at modestly priced hotels along the beach, or in my small RV at the lovely live oak canopied, retro style campground. For some reason the folks who now run Jekyll have their hair on fire to get rid of most of the affordable hotels (razed and utterly purged from the island) and have launched a campaign to upscale Jekyll into some sort of glitzy resort/convention destination, with new hotels room rates projected to cost much more than most regular folks can afford, including me. I don't understand their thinking. Anyone who can afford $300 - $400/night will most certainly opt for a luxury hotel overlooking a calm turquoise sea--which Jekyll lacks. But Jekyll does offer miles of panoramic beaches teeming with dolphins, seabirds, crabs, turtles, fish, shrimp, etc., a literal soup of sea life spawned in its marshes and constantly churned by regular high tides. The folks who love Jekyll and return are most often nature and wildlife lovers and folks seeking its quiet, laid back ambience. But now the pitch is to high rolling resort/convention goers. Good luck with that. If it was such a brilliant idea to upscale Jekyll, it would've been done decades ago. I am delighted that the Quality Inn exists and is still affordable. Sure it is a little frayed around the edges, but the rooms are comfy, gigantic and all outfitted with microwaves and refrigerators, and the staff genial and helpful
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Golf Outing with friendsPosted Nov 7, 2014
Other than the construction across the street...hotel renovation, my stay was very pleasant. Not fancy, but clean, comfortable, and close to the beach. Enjoyed the sunrise both mornings.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom McD.
A solid football throw from the beachPosted Nov 3, 2014
Plenty of room to move around, flat screens in ea room for good football, ice cubes in the freezer, coffee & free brkfst was delicious. We will b back!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom New Zealand
Oldie but well maintainedPosted Oct 14, 2014
The gentleman on reception made the stay! His humor was awesome! Good recommendations for food for dinner too.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Atlanta
Convenient to Convention Center. Nice large suitePosted Oct 6, 2014
Pros: Size and location.
Cons: Would have improved stay if bedroom also contained a TV.
Location: My time was fully taken up by my conference, however location was great for me.
As an older hotel, some maintenance could be expended: ie. Paint in bathroom peeling from ceiling, hard to regulate heat/air, dehumidifier fills up every couple of hours and need emptying.
Recommendedby AMYfrom GEORGIA
DON'T LET OUTSIDE FOOL YOU- NICE ROOMS!Posted Sep 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
I WAS CONCERNED BY AGE OF HOTEL WHEN I ARRIVED BUT ROOMS ARE HUGE AND CLEAN. WOULD STAY AGAIN.
for Business Travelersby Alisonfrom California
Posted Sep 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
First I want to say that the staff was very nice and helpful. They allowed me to check-in very early after having a not so nice red-eye flight from the west coast. Also it is a very short 2 minute walk to the beach! I felt very safe in the area. That being said the hotel needs major help! The rooms were dirty and run down. I had to pull the bed out looking for something and found soda cans. The hotel advertises "Sleep Number by Select Comfort mattress", however the mattress I had was a very old and lumpy spring mattress. There was still construction going on across the street from 7am to around 6pm. At times the building shook from the heavy equipment.
for Familiesby Angiefrom Jacksonville
DisappointedPosted Aug 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
Did not look like the pictures on their website. Place is very old. The pool was dirty. Same breakfast for 2 days.
by A verified travelerfrom Georgia
DisgustingPosted Aug 27, 2014
Pros: It had a roof.
Cons: New employees and remodel.
Location: Across street from beach nothing to much to do.
None caring and rude staff. Dirty carpet, furniture and mold. TERRIBLE!!