|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Quay 1103 is a homey beachfront condominium. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo has a furnished balcony overlooking a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood with a side view of the ocean. This unit is the perfect place for you and your family to call home for a week! Quay 1103 is one of Ocean City's finest vacation rentals.
The floral living room is furnished with two comfy couches, two matching chairs, and a television. The couch doubles as a queen-size sleep sofa. The sliding balcony doors allow plenty of natural light to brighten the space. Right off the living room is a small dining area, perfect for cozy meals with the family. Next to the dining area is the fully-stocked kitchen with a wide counter top, just right for grabbing a quick bite. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, a personal television, and a private bathroom. The second bedroom has a queen-size bed, a twin cot, and a personal television. The second bathroom is located in the hallway. This property comfortably sleeps up to eight people, so bring the whole family!
Unit 1103 has the following amenities: central air conditioning, indoor and outdoor pool, game room, tennis court, shops, sauna, security guards, front desk check-in, one assigned parking space, three elevators, three TVs, two DVD players, one VCR, WiFi, cable TV, HBO Channels, full-size washer and dryer, refrigerator, ice maker, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, stove, disposal, dishwasher, and an outdoor foot shower.
This property is non-smoking and does not allow pets. No group rentals for guests under 25 permitted.
Come stay at The Quay and create wonderful memories to last you and your family a lifetime!
We have rented many apartments over the past several years all over the world. We have always been successful until we stayed in this place.
Negatives: The place is very dated and basic. There was a very strong chemical smell that was awful and did not go away in the week we were there.
The queen bed was so creaky that when ever my husband or I turned over, we woke each other up. In the other bedroom, the air conditioner was so loud. Luckily it didn’t bother our son but there would be no ways that my husband or I could sleep in that room with that noise.
In all the places we have stayed, this is the first one we had to pay $100 dollars for linen and towels.
The linen and towels were old and some of the towels were stained. They were also not hotel size. (a bit too small)
They did warn us that there was no soap or cleaning supplies but there was no kettle, no dish clothes or cleaning rag (just an old sponge) and no dish rack. We were not informed that there was no hairdryer either.
Other things that would have been nice would have been bath mats and soap holders. These are all inexpensive basic items.
The apartment is also old and the entrance old and dirty.
The apartment was clean and a nice size. It was is on the beach.
When I called to complain, Shoreline were professional and prompt. They did drop off some more towels and a small kettle. They said they did not supply all the items mentioned above due to theft.We did give a damage deposit and if that were the case, they could always deduct if anything was missing.