This past week, we stayed at the CCBH for the second time. When planning our vacation to FL, we specifically chose Vero Beach so we could stay at this charming, small (almost seaside -- across the street from the beach) inn. The rooms are spacious and sweetly decorated. The bed linens (including pillow-top mattress cover) are comfortable and the towels are thick Egyptian cotton. The rooms are appointed with everything you might need and more: a small kitchenette, perfect for snacking and preparing breakfast or lunch. This year, there is now a "Starbucks" on location, but it's actually operated out of a small pantry so it's not "in your face". A continental breakfast is included for hotel guests each morning, and it's quite extensive: coffee, tea, FRESH OJ and grapefruit juice, home made croissants (including whole grain ones!), several dry cereal choices, cheese, Canadian bacon, fresh fruit, bagels, yogurt, and homemade oatmeal. The location of the hotel is perfect: about 3/4 of a mile south of the "bustle" along Ocean Drive, in a residential community, and it's across the street from the beach (thought there is an apartment building between the hotel and the beach). The grounds of the hotel are lush with tropical plants and offer total seclusion. There is a lovely pool, but no hot tub. The hotel also souses a four-star restaurant and a piano bar. (Tip: if you don't feel like getting dressed up to eat in the restaurant, head to the piano bar, Havana Nights, where you can order off the same menu in a more relaxed atmosphere. Beach towels and beach chairs are provided to guests for free. There are a couple of electric bikes you can rent if you want to peddle around the area. I would not recommend the hotel for families with young children (our children are teens) -- other guests might be annoyed by the accompanying noise. The staff is incredible -- cheerful, helpful and always ready with a recommendation. My only complaint is that the room we had this time had a door that opened to another guest room (to form a suite for a larger party), and the door was not at all noise-proof. We had great difficulty sleeping because we attempted to go to sleep about 9:00 or 9:30, while the guests in the next room stayed up talking, laughing and watching TV until past midnight, so we couldn't sleep. I didn't complain to the staff as there was nothing to be done -- the hotel was full so we couldn't ask for another room. We stuffed towels around the door and the floor, but it didn't help. It felt like the people in the next room were sitting in our room talking.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Caribbean Court Boutique Hotel on Florida's scenic orchid island provides lodging of tranquil comfort and tropical style. The intimate getaway destination features 18 guest rooms, beach access, and a heated pool. Antique furnishings, hand-painted tiles and original artwork infuse the rooms with Caribbean flavor. Enjoy live music, tapas and spirits at Havana Nights Piano Bar and the extraordinary cuisine of Maison Martinique Restaurant.The Caribbean Court Boutique Hotel serves a Complimentary Deluxe continental breakfast daily which includes made to order waffles, fresh baked croissants, Orchid Island fresh squeezed orange and grapefruit juices, assorted bagels, cereal and fruit.Our amenities include, in room Starbucks coffee, complimentary: wifi, parking, beach chairs and umbrellas. We never charge a resort fee. ... more less
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