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#3480 - 03/10/04 03:33 PM Mariner Village Resort Review
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Have you stayed at Mariner Village? Here's your change to tell other owners what it's really like. How big is the pool? How hot is the hot tub? What do you wish you had known before you left home?

#58221 - 03/20/18 09:35 PM Re: Mariner Village Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
lktapps3 Offline

Registered: 02/22/18
Posts: 1
Curious how the renovation is coming along? Is it very disrupting? Any chance the pool will be open early? Any update would be great.

Resorts Visited: Depot Bay, Yellowstone, Gleneden, Long Beach, Surfside, Clear Lake, Birch Bay, Mariner Village, Camlin, Discovery Bay
Resorts visited: Yellowstone, Clear Lake, Depot Bay, Gleneden, Birch Bay, Camlin, Mariner Village, Surfside, Long Beach, Discovery Bay
Upcoming: San Diego Balboa, Maui Kihei

#57190 - 09/06/16 10:13 PM Re: Mariner Village Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
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Registered: 09/04/16
Posts: 1
Just got back from a four day labor day weekend at Mariner Village. Nice room, nice pool & sauna.

Wish I could say the same for the overall experience.

We were on the first floor and the people upstairs were extremely noisy, running in the room and almost sounded like they were walking in boots or heels all day long. When we told the front desk on Friday (the day we checked in) about the problem the guy said I'll look into it and we never heard anything back.

Next is that there is only one disable parking space near the main entrance which is closest to the elevator. When we returned from a trip to the store on Friday there was a car parked in the disabled parking space. I mentioned it to the person at the front desk, same one i told about the upstairs noise and he said "let me check to see who's car it is" After that he said that the people were "old" and if I saw them I would understand. I told him that age does not define a disability and the the state does not allow someone to park in the disabled spot unless they have a permit. All of this conversation took place as I helped my wife walk into the lobby and to the elevator. We went out Saturday for breakfast and when we returned the car was still parked in the disabled space without a permit. At that time I asked the front desk again why this is allowed, he started to give me the same answer and I then went to the manager/concierge and again, he said he would check into it and we never heard back.

A nice resort but disappointing support staff. We will most likely never go back for those reasons.

#56029 - 06/22/15 01:32 PM Re: Mariner Village Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
JanS Offline

Registered: 06/22/15
Posts: 1
Just got back from our first time staying at Mariner Village for the weekend. Nice, quiet resort with a short trail to the beach, but beware! Not so easy to get down there due to erosion. There is quite a cliff developing at the edge of the beach grass. There will be much needed remodeling going on in the fall - tub had a crack in it, and compared to many of the other WM places I've stayed, it's getting quite worn looking. Also, the floors need a good cleaning. We had to wipe up something off of the kitchen floor and the paper towel came up black. When we were checking out, I heard another couple mention to the desk people that they had mopped the floor, but "it would be OK if housekeeping did it again." Apparently they are slacking a bit in that area. The water issue is resolved, but it tastes pretty bad. I would bring my own to drink next time. We stayed in 306. The twin beds and the murphy bed had great mattresses, but the master suite had a bad sag in the middle. Because of these things, I didn't feel that this resort was really up to WM standards. (I have stayed in 18 different resorts)

#55768 - 04/03/15 12:05 PM Re: Mariner Village Resort Review [Re: Forum Host]
bobalou Offline

Registered: 01/11/14
Posts: 7
Mariner Village was very nice! Spent 5 days there, Just got back. Had an awful cold throughout, but it was a great place to get sick in. Very quiet at this time of year. Dishwasher leaked (poured) twice, but that's another story. Nice flat roads great for cycling. Good staff.


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