Radisson Resort at the Port
8701 Astronaut Blvd A1a
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920

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Bed Bugs are a difficult public health problem to deal with, and there are no solid answers as to how to completely eliminate the problem. Virtually every hotel has the potential to have Bed Bugs. In the early stages of the Bed Bug life they are very, very small and almost invisible. Bedbugs are very resistant to pesticides and the most effective way to eliminate Bedbugs is to use heat to kill them. Exposure to about 120-130 degrees for several hours will kill live bugs and their eggs. However t

he next guest that checks into that room can bring new beg bugs into the room from their luggage, clothing etc.
We take the report of Bed bugs very serious. In order to protect our guests and exceed the State of Florida’s recommendations, we have a full service, proactive Bed bug prevention plan. This plan includes Education of our entire staff about Bed bugs including History, Biology, Harborages, Inspection Techniques and safety. Each of our employees is well versed in what to look for and how to take appropriate steps if a room is suspect. To further our proactive stance, we enlist the services of a Certified Pest Control Company and a Bed bug Canine detection company that perform a search of every room on our property four times per year. We feel that through Education of our staff and Proactive Inspections we are doing the upmost to protect our guests. We will address each complaint and take the appropriate steps to resolve any issues that may arise.
As mentioned above, any report we receive from a guest is thoroughly investigated by our contracted Pest Control and Canine Detection Company. (Canine detection has been certified as the most reliable way to detect bedbugs and live eggs) if confirmed that unit is treated with heat and then recertified to be free of bedbugs.

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My family and I have stayed there several times, last being April 2011, never had any bedbug issues! going again next year April 2013 plan to stay here again, will give an update if I find any "bugs".


Bed Bugs are a difficult public health problem to deal with, and there are no solid answers as to how to completely eliminate the problem. Virtually every hotel has the potential to have Bed Bugs. In the early stages of the Bed Bug life they are very, very small and almost invisible. Bedbugs are very resistant to pesticides and the most effective way to eliminate Bedbugs is to use heat to kill them. Exposure to about 120-130 degrees for several hours will kill live bugs and their eggs. However t

he next guest that checks into that room can bring new beg bugs into the room from their luggage, clothing etc.
I take the report of Bed bugs very serious. In order to protect our guests and exceed the State of Florida’s recommendations, we have a full service, proactive Bed bug prevention plan. This plan includes Education of our entire staff about Bed bugs including History, Biology, Harborages, Inspection Techniques and safety. Each of our employees is well versed in what to look for and how to take appropriate steps if a room is suspect. To further our proactive stance, we enlist the services of a Certified Pest Control Company and a Bed bug Canine detection company that perform a search of every room on our property four times per year. We feel that through Education of our staff and Proactive Inspections we are doing the upmost to protect our guests. We will address each complaint and take the appropriate steps to resolve any issues that may arise.
As mentioned above, any report we receive from a guest is thoroughly investigated by our contracted Pest Control and Canine Detection Company. (Canine detection has been certified as the most reliable way to detect bedbugs and live eggs) if confirmed that unit is treated with heat and then recertified to be free of bedbugs. If anyone would further information, please feel free to contact me directly.

Joe Panackia
General Manager
Radisson Resort at the Port
Direct Line 321-868-6560

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We stayed at this Radisson on 12/26/10, prior to our family Christmas cruise leaving from Port Canaveral. We had three rooms, ours and our two sons and their families. One son was only in his room for a short while when our granddaughters saw bugs on the bed. They called the front desk and had the room changed. They comped that room after my complaints in the morning. As I just discovered this site today, 10/5/11, I am appalled that they have allowed this terrible condition to exist 10 months af

ter we encountered them. Needless to say, we haven't stayed at a Radisson brand hotel since! Wish we could have posted it then and might have saved numerous folks from the same fate!! Amen, for your work on putting together this Bedbug Registry site, as the problem seems to becoming a much larger problem than expected, even in high-end hotels. Keep up the good work......

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We stayed at the Radisson Resort at the Port on August 19th. We had a whirlpool suite. The room was in poor condition which should have set off a red flag but it was late so we continued with our stay.
Woke on the 20th. My child had red welts all over her back and legs, I had red welts as well all over my legs, ankles and feet.
We have never encountered bed bugs before and did not think of this right away. It wasn't until our bites worsened that we learned they were bed bug bites.
I have

contacted the Radisson via email but have not received a response. Phoning them is useless because even in the past I have found the representatives to be totally unhelpful.
There are numerous reports of bed bugs at this hotel from the past month. I would highly encourage you to check other options.

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I regret that I didn't know to check this site before my visit to this hotel. I did call the hotel before I visited and asked if they had any problems or complaints about any bedbugs because I had heard about the problems hotels were having with them. Of course they said "NO! we have not had any incounter with bedbugs". We my daughter, her friend and her mother and myself spent a night there before leaving on the Disney Cruise.I killed a few bugs the next morning when I got up to leave. I told

the lady at the front desk. She immediately said "there will be no charge for the room over night." At the time I didn't realize I had be bitten. After a few days I noticed I started to break out and itch. I thought I had been in the sun to much but things got much worst as the days went on. Then I realize I was suffering from bedbug bites. By then I had to go to the doctor for treatment. I know they already knew that room was contaminated. Don't ever stay at this hotel in fact it's changed my mind all together about staying at Radisson Hotels because I contacted their headquarters and they didn't seem to interested in my troubles.

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We recently stayed at this hotel for one night 5 days later my daughter, a friend and I broke out with these red hive looking marks all over us. Then bumps. We failed to thoroughly inspect our bedding before sleeping but the next morning after seeing bugs in the room we inspected our sheets and there was fresh blood on the sheets. We informed them at the front desk upon leaving and we got our room free for the night. But several days later after receiving the whelps and bug bites all over our

arms ankles and backs we again called the hotel and was first given the run around. Once the manager contacted my friend there appeared to be this non chalant attitude regarding it. They know they have bed bugs! Don't stay here!

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