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Beachpoint Cottages
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Reviewed May 11, 2012 via mobile

Good location, nice facility but the owner should invest in new equipment and a maid. Toaster and oven were broken, fridge quite dirty! Owner was living in one of the apartments, so it s not the best for him to keep privacy especially when he has argues with his wife, also on our last night he was making a party until 2am

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3  Thank Colorpoliz
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Reviewed May 2, 2012

If you're looking for a place close to the beach AND close to town and you want the basic comforts covered, Beachpoint is a great option. We rented unit 7 (2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms) for my husband and I, our teenager and our toddler. The closets were big enough to put a Pack n' Play in (for quiet sleeping atmosphere). The bedrooms were roomy. The bathrooms were adequate (the master bath had a tub but the spigot didn't work so it was pretty much a shower, but the water was hot and the bathrooms were clean). The towels were a little thin, but they worked.

The grounds are great - full of flowers, grills are provided for guest use, there's a small koi pond and funky lights at night. It's easy to see how a group could come have a GREAT time outside at the tables - we ate out in the courtyard area several times just to soak in the weather. There are lots of umbrellas and shady areas as well as a few sunny spots.

Get groceries off the island to save money but there is a grocery store easily walkable if you do need something. The kitchen in unit 7 was small but more than adequately supplied with a blender, toaster, microwave, stove, fridge, etc.

Beachpoint will provide beach towels (make sure to ask for some if there aren't any in your room). They have tons of beach toys and chairs to take to the beach and even beach umbrellas. The beach is so wonderfully wide that it does get heavy trying to lug it all the way to the water but it's well worth it.

Walk into town for some Mini Donuts - totally worth it. We also enjoyed Taste of Germany (great desserts) and Bonjour (fantastic crepes).

Room Tip: Unit 7 is furthest from the beach, closest to town. Unit 1 is closest to the beach, but none of the units are "far" from the beach or the town, all are just steps apart. Make sure to read the details to see if your room requires a hike up the stairs. Ours did and it was worth it, but may not be convenient for some people.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank WhatDianesReading
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Reviewed March 24, 2012

We'd stayed up and down the Florida Gulf Coast for the past few years, had finally settled on Siesta Key as being the nicest for us...beautiful beach, close to Siesta Village, easy access on and off the island. We needed more space than we had last year, because more of the family was going down. Booked Beach Point Resort, and we quite frankly weren't sure if we would like it or not.
In short, we were very happy! It isn't RIGHT on the beach, but it is just across a very quiet street from the beach. From the deck of one of our units you could sit and look at the beach and the ocean...very peaceful! We had 11 family members go down, so we rented both of the 2 bedroom units. One faced the beach, the other was in a building behind and upstairs. Both exceeded expectations.
First the (few) cons:
1. Bathrooms were small. They had tub/showers, sink, toilet, but not much room. Didn't bother us (we would rather have living space than big bathrooms), but it might be a deal for some.
2. Not the Ritz-Carlton. Rooms were comfortable and nicely furnished, but, opening directly to the beach, they were definitely more "comfortable" than "posh". Some might want more granite and stainless steel, we prefer comfort, especially at a beachhouse.

Pros:
1. 60 steps to the beach access...270 steps to the oceans edge. My daughter and I counted. That's good and close, you'd be hard pressed to find too many units that are closer on Siesta Key
2. Very accommodating owner. Some revues said he is rude. I beg to disagree. Mike can be short with you, and he isn't one to spend excess time on idle conversation...but, if you need something, he is on it right away, and he is very helpful...just not too talkative, and maybe a little bit short sometimes. He keeps a clean, pleasant place to stay, and he quickly attends to your needs...I've stayed other places where the owner seemed nice, but I couldn't even get fresh towels, and the place was falling apart. I will take what Mike has to offer any day!
3. Easy walk to Siesta Key Village. Groceries, gift shops, beachware, restraurants, bars..everything just a couple easy blocks away. If you are staying on the beach, you don't want to have to drive all the time...at Beach Point, you don't have to.
4. Beach-funky decor. Love the colors, the nighttime lighting, the statuary (giant King Posideon). Just really fun place to stay. Nice having the large deck area to lounge around, grills to cook on...visit with neighbors. Just nice.

Yup, we like this place, and we'll be back next year.

Room Tip: Rooms on front face the beach, which is really nice. Rooms on back are a little more private, if you are looking for that. All are connected by the large patio/deck area and are close to each other.
  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank ljkdhall
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Reviewed March 17, 2012

Stayed at the resort last night- great rooms (I'll get to that later), clean, friendly owner (mike)........ Check out time is at 11:00 am, we went to the beach, returned and allowed to park several hours after check. The kids needed to use restrooms, owners graciously stated , "feel free to use suite 2's bathroom ( ours was being cleaned I.e rooms)- FYI...... This was during Spring Break , one of the busiest times of the year. Great experience !!!

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed March 5, 2012

There are too many nice people to waste your time with this guy. So rude and aggressive, STAY ELSEWHERE.

Room Tip: Stay anywhere else.
  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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11  Thank lovefoodandbeach
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