"Property was old and dated. An actual ghost town upon arrival. Room didn’t look like photos online. The air quality was so poor that we ended up checking out a day early. As soon as the air would kick on I kept sneezing and couldn’t even breathe out of my nose at night. They charged for parking although no one was there. There must’ve been at least 100 free spots. The tiki bar and restaurant closed early (before 5 pm) because it was the guys birthday. They advertise a game room but the room itself was full of construction debris. Do yourself a favor and drive a few miles down the road to stay by the pier. It’s cheaper, nicer and you’ll have lots to do. They market theirselves as a resort but it’s a dated hotel at best. "
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