We stayed one week in a king room with partial water view. Found the room to be very clean, well appointed and spacious enough.
Our maid was excellent and offered plenty of fresh towels and toiletries. The front desk was equally generous with pool towels.
The fridge in the room was newer and large enough to handle beverages as well as some food. Shower water pressure was not great but hotel was full when we were there and we always had plenty of hot water
The breakfast included was sufficient with little change day to day other than the hot offering. Area was pleasant to sit in and staff were attentive. One suggestion I would offer is to consider another form of coffee at the breakfast. We found the coffee to be very inconsistent in flavour and strength. Most of the time it was extremely weak.
This hotel offers some great views of the inlet. There is always something to watch. I personally prefer this view to that of the south beach down the street. During our stay the wind was particularly fierce on the beach but we were unaffected and able to enjoy a sandy spot with a palm tree overhead.
The only reason we are not giving the property a rating of 5 is we felt the pool area was a little on the small side and could be rather noisy. Unfortunately if those with rooms overlooking the pool are noisy on their balconies this sound does affect the pool area.
We would return to this hotel again without hesitation and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
Situated in Fort Pierce, this beach hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Jetty Park, Museum Pointe Park, and St. Lucie County …More
Jensen Beach is 9 miles east of Port St. Lucie, near the mouth of the St. Lucie River. The main public beach, “Jensen Sea Turtle Beach,” is on Hutchinson Island, fronting the Atlantic Ocean. Serving as the nesting ground for 3 species of sea turtles, the beach is also great for swimming, sunbathing, and surfing. Across the river, the city of Stuart is known as the “Sailfish Capital of the World.”