I couldn’t stay the night... This hotel is more like a hostel. There were several families in residence with kids running & screaming in the filthy living room / bar area off the lobby. I the manager took me to my ocean view room but it was a closet with driveway view. He said that was all they had available for the night; odd given that aside from the 3 families, the hotel was empty. Finally the manager "found" a seaside room that was available. He took me up and showed me this room which did have an ocean view, but it looked like the master bedroom from a 1950's Russian novel. The bed was as hard as a rock and sloped to the middle... there was a dresser and an old wicker covered wood chair. The windows opened to the sea, but there were no screens to keep the bugs out. The paint looked like it hadn't been touched since the place was built, and the bathroom, well you can only imagine. On the way down stairs with the manager i asked him about the beach that was advertized in the Hotels.com listing;he informed me that the beach at the hotel was not fit for swimming... I put the room key on the desk and told the manager that i was going to my car to get my things. I did go to the car, but never came back. I had paid in advance for the room but had no problem writing that expense off in lieu of more hospitable environs elsewhere. If you are blind, deaf, and don't like swimming in the ocean, then this is the perfect seaside "resort", but it's not for me.