I have been staying here for annual fishing trips for the last seven years and it has met my and our parties' needs. The rates are great for rooms that face the beach, boats meet out front and deliver you and your catch at the end of the day, and there is a restaurant and bar so you needn't leave the property. What I really noticed this year is that the product is getting old and needs refreshing. Linens and towels are threadbare and pool towels are gone. While the grounds are kept in Bristol condition many shrubs are dead and need replacing. The pool is filled but there is sediment and the pool furniture needs refurbishment. The restaurants are understaffed at peak breakfast hours but priced for perfection.
Don't get me wrong. I have enjoyed each stay. But the Oasis product is getting tired and needs refreshing. I may stay there next year. But I am leaning on exploring for an alternative.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located right on the beach at the South end of the main boardwalk, Hotel Oasis offers easy access to local shops, restaurants and historic sites, with 40 very spacious, air-conditioned rooms and suites on the beach overlooking the Sea of Cortez, the Rooms have a bathroom, coffee maker, two double beds, and closet space, T.V. and telephone. Hotel Oasis has been the sport fisherman's and nature enthusiast's favorite since being stablished in 1962. ... more less
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