Point Pleasant Manor is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Point Pleasant Beach, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Point Pleasant Manor Hotel features outdoor furniture. In addition, as a valued Point Pleasant Manor guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Travelers looking to enjoy some lobster can head to Spikes Fish Market, Martell's Tiki Bar, or The Poached Pear Bistro. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Perks Cafe, Kali-O's Juice Box, or the Beanery.
If you are interested in exploring Point Pleasant Beach, check out an art gallery, such as Angry Fish Gallery LLC.
Enjoy your stay in Point Pleasant Beach!
I just enjoyed a long weekend (Fri - Sun) with 8 family members (ages 17 - 77) at the Point Pleasant Manor. When I made my reservation on the phone, the woman was very friendly and accommodating. She encouraged us to arrive early Friday and enjoy the pool (or beach) even before we could officially check in and also stay and use the pool on Sunday, even after check out. I didn't have high expectations since it's a motel, but I was pleasantly surprised. Rooms were clean and nicely furnished. The pool area was nice and even had an on-site grill/snack bar. It is 1.5 blocks from the beach and is on the edge of Bay Head, so not near the craziness of the Boardwalk. We walked to the Ark Pub for a great dinner. If I go back to Point Pleasant I would stay here again.
The room was just ok. The bathroom ceiling leaked. The mattress was very thin and the sheets scratchy. I complained about the leak but nothing was done. It was close to the beach, so it has that going for it.
We stayed here for the Labor Day weekend. It was just ok. It’s a very old hotel/motel type business. They’ve tried to renovate but I think it falls short of calling it a renovated room. It was very expensive for what we got which wasn’t much but it was Labor Day. The rooms are small with a small mini fridge. The renovation included new floors and maybe new furniture. The linens are old, curtains have holes and the mattress wasn’t new or great. Bathroom is old, only thing “new” was the vanity. The pool was clean and great. Really clean pool deck which was nice. Carlos, who we think was the overall handyman, was great. Everyone else was nice too. There is an area to buy food at the pool but no restaurant.
This is a run down motel! I called to inquire about the COVID-19 measures for cleaning and was told that they were cleaning the rooms well. My room wasn’t cleaned. Disgusting dirty stains on everything. Broken sofa bed. Sticky dirty fingerprints on bathroom door and the front door. The room wasn’t stocked with anything except a few towels. Flys were in the room and we spent the first hour trying to kill them. The floors were dirty and our socks turned brown immediately. I talked to the front desk and the man was nice. He informed me that they don’t have any staff due to the corona virus and he apologized for my room not being cleaned. He deducted $50 dollars off of my $ 369. I thought it should have been at least $100 since I had nowhere to sleep because the sofa bed was broken and the condition of the room was a health concern. I obviously spent only one night . I went home and cleaned up and fell asleep finally! Oh and the view in the pool is a view of an apartment complex!!…
It’s by no means luxurious but it’s comfortable, clean and reasonable. Local places nearby for food , and not far from beaches, boardwalk. Open all year. Have been her fall, winter summer. Housekeeping isn’t the greatest.....,