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This small motel was a quiet refuge from the condo forest that Panama City is becoming. The room was clean and comfortable, and we appreciated the kitchenette. There were some small annoyances - no ice machine available in 95 degree weather, sticking door to our...More
What a charming little slice of heaven!This hidden gem sits nestled among high rise giants right on Panama City Beach. We stayed in the main building (room 207, Gulf view) and are so very pleased and delighted with our stay! We took advantage of the...More
I can't say enough nice things about this hotel. My family has been visiting for 3 years, and we start planning our next trip before we ever leave! It is a family owned and operated hotel, they make you feel like you are part of...More
In the sea of high rise condos and new construction, Sunset Inn is a welcome surprise. If you are looking to revisit the old motels of "Old Florida" then this place is for you. Family-owned and operated, this hotel is clean, quiet and quaint. We...More
This is an older hotel but it was EXCELLENT!!!!!!! I don't have anything negative to say about our experience. The staff were all friendly, from the office staff to the housekeepers. The pool was very nice. We were only steps from the beach. The rooms...More
Response from d0bermanp2 | Reviewed this property |
Stuart is on the mark. The first floor also has direct access to the pool. A child could easy walk out of the room and straight into the water. We actually stayed across the street as we were just passing through and only... More
Stuart is on the mark. The first floor also has direct access to the pool. A child could easy walk out of the room and straight into the water. We actually stayed across the street as we were just passing through and only there for 1 night. It is quieter on that side but you have to cross the tiny street There were not hardly any cars passing through but you would still have to be mindful of the kids.
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"jst call and ask. the staff was very helpful and truthful about everything."