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USA Alabama Alabama Gulf Coast Gulf Shores Listing #17437

Plantation Dunes #5810 - Gulf Shores, AL

2 reviews
Max occupancy: 6 1 Queen Bed, 2 Twin Bed, 1 Sofa Bed 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms No pets 
375 Plantation Rd #5810, Gulf Shores, AL 36542

NEW! Beach condo w/Gulf view, pool, hot tub, sports courts at Plantation Palms

This Gulf Shores condo offers views of the ocean from the balcony, access to shared amenities including a shared pool, hot tubs, a gym, tennis courts, and more. It also has a tropical-themed living room with a flatscreen cable TV for escaping the heat.

What's nearby:
This condo is a short walk from the sugar sand beach, where you can spend hours sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, and building sand castles. Gulf State Park offers opportunities for fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing a short drive away. There are also a variety of shops and restaurants within easy driving distance.

Things to know:
Full kitchen
Free WiFi
Snowbird friendly
Some shared amenities may be subject to a small resort fee
All guests must be 25 years and older to secure a reservation
There is an additional $20 fee charged for a parking pass upon arrival
Please contact Vacasa for our special Snowbird rates!

This property is managed by Vacasa Alabama LLC.

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Basketball court : Shared

Gym/fitness room

Tennis court : Shared


Heated pool

Washer/dryer : Shared

Central AC

Children's pool


Indoor pool

Saltwater pool

Pool : Shared

Sauna : Shared









DVD player




Paid parking only


Hot tub : Shared



Water view

Gulf view

2 reviews

Charles & Nancy W. Apr 2019
Our total stay for the winter months was Jan 15 - Apr 1; these comments reflect observations for that full period. The Vacasa organization did not seem prepared to handle the administrative nuances of long term (excess of two weeks) rental periods. The transfer of management of Plantation Dunes from Mandoki Hospitality Inc. to Vacasa prior to the 2018-19 winter (long term) season brought about several unexpected experiences. Most noticeable was the lack of a physical presence of Vacasa management on the premises. The Vacasa staff representatives in the office frequently were unable to handle basic questions such as "how was my rental rate calculated", "what about my reservation for next year", and could only offer an apologetic "call Vacasa" response. These have been key issues inasmuch as every problem situation seemed related to a "short term" rate and reservation system which did not accommodate a customary long term winter stay reservation process. Most frustrating was there was no Vacasa person available to provide "hands on" resolution to these inquiries. Operations, such as security and building & maintenance, were satisfactory. But some simple things were not handled well. For example, there were several weeks when the laundry service was unable to make full exchanges of linens and towels as scheduled. How does that happen week after week? A this time week have made reservations and deposits for two and one-half months of the 2019-20 winter season. Hopefully the experience will be more "welcoming" than this past year.