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I feel like they aren't being honest. They say Best Beds but that sign seems permanant. Pool hasn't been opened. Hard to get in and out of. My in laws stayed here in 1970s- hasn't changed much. Pay the extra and stay across street at...More
O.M.G. We reserved it via Expedia and nothing alike compare to the website. My husband and I along with our two kids stayed for a night. It seemed that it was recently remodeled and they partially did the rooms. The room was kind of clean...More
We enjoyed the 2 nights we spent here, having chosen it just for its old style. New ownership, doing what is needed to keep travelers comfortable. Spacious grounds, simple amenities, but pleasant and convenient.
We stayed at BG Sun Plaza for several weeks this winter and found it to be quiet and comfortable. We loved the location. It is on the corner of Highway 40, which goes to Daytona, and Baseline Road, a major north/south artery that allows for...More
We had a single room in the older front building. The tile floor had been painted/epoxied, but coating was coming loose at the joints. We were in room 20, which had an adjoining door to room 19. Sound easily traveled through this door. We could...More
I could barely find a decent signal in any place that I tried. I think the best was standing in the parking lot and it wasn't great. Pets are not allowed but they leave the desk at 10pm, so I guess one could sneak a small... More
I could barely find a decent signal in any place that I tried. I think the best was standing in the parking lot and it wasn't great. Pets are not allowed but they leave the desk at 10pm, so I guess one could sneak a small pet in if only for one short night.
Sorry, didn't see the question until now. No, pets are not allowed. However, the desk clerks leave at 10pm so if it's a small one you could probably sneak one in for one night if you were leaving early the next day.