My wife and I are in our early thirties. We took a vacation sans children and were able to use my parent's Bluegreen points to stay at Gulfstream Manor. We weren't able to book seven nights in a row, so we booked two, three-night stays with a break of one night in the middle (we took a day to go to Magic Kingdom).
Overall the resort is great. The location is fantastic. It opens directly to the beach on the east and to AIA/Ocean Blvd on the west. It is five minutes from any necessary convenience and ten minutes from the Atlantic Avenue restaurants/bars/shopping. The ladies that work the front desk are fantastic, very attentive and personable, giving the resort a cozier, at-home feel.
The rooms themselves were average to very good. Both rooms were clean and orderly. The living and eating area were big enough and comfortable. Both units had quality TVs and cable. The kitchen and bathroom from one unit to the next was the biggest difference. Our first unit had up-to-date appliances/amenities, the second did not. Still, nothing that caused a problem. We were able to split our dining between eating out and buying groceries to dine-in.
The only recurring problem was the noise among units. In both of our rooms we could hear conversations and television from neighboring units.
- Also Known As:
- Gulfstream Manor Hotel Delray Beach